What is an available assessment? Boris Abramovic August 15, 2019 04:49 Updated When you have an assessment available in your account, you can have your company assessed or reassessed. You receive one assessment per each year of subscription (i.e. three-year subscription = three assessments). Each assessment is valid for twelve months and to be used while your subscription is valid.We recommend that after completing your first assessment, your company is reassessed once per year, as reflected in the structure of our subscription plans. At the end of each subscription period, your company's subscription renews and a new reassessment is available to update your score for the upcoming year.If you wish to have your company reassessed during the first nine (9) months of your subscription period, you can request an immediate reassessment. If you do not have an available assessment, you can purchase it for an additional fee, equivalent to a one-year Basic subscription. You can check the current prices at www.ecovadis.com/plans-pricing/.If you request a reassessment in the last three (3) months of your subscription, we assume that you wish to use the reassessment available with your upcoming renewal. You will be able to pay your renewal invoice in advance and start the reassessment as soon as your payment is received. Please note that the end date of your renewed subscription will not change.Learn more about how to view and manage your subscription and billing information with Eva, your personal in-platform assistant.To begin a guided tour with Eva, follow these steps:1. Go to: www.ecovadis-survey.com/app/. 2. Log in using your username (your email address) and password. A "forgot password" link is also available on the login page.3. Click on the question mark icon in the bottom left corner.4. Select your question from the list, or type your question into the search bar. Related articles How can I pay for my EcoVadis subscription? Is my subscription renewed automatically? How can my company unsubscribe? What is a sector initiative? Comments 0 comments Article is closed for comments.