GBAC is developing a resource Toolkit to provide an in-depth overview of auditing and validation technologies, programs, and services such as ATP, qPCR, air monitoring, facility sensors, inspection software, and other advancements. This toolkit will include implementation guidance, recommendations, extended resources, and more.

We are currently welcoming submissions for technology, programs, and services to be involved in the GBAC Measurable Auditing Toolkit. Please contact Hannah Wright at [email protected] if you are interested in submitting your technology, program, or service.

Base Requirements

  • Your product must be commercially available across the United States
  • You must have a minimum of 10 customers / clients

Companies are required to submit the following information:

  • Tech product sheet (sell sheet/product information)
  • Product user manual
  • Peer reviewed resources in the following format:
    • 1-2 paragraph abstract
    • link to peer-reviewed resource


  • Application to program
  • Meeting with you to review offering
  • Content Submission
  • GBAC team review and recommendation of suitability to GBAC working group
  • Final review and approval will be done by vote within a GBAC Working Group. If you would like to be considered as a working group member, please apply here


Each applicant has 30 days from initial application to submit their information. All applications are due by June 1st, 2022, to be considered. The 2022 Toolkit will be launched at the ISSA North America Show in Chicago, this October.


Interested in learning more about auditing for surface, air, and water? GBAC is holding a Validation Workshop Event August 23rd, 2022, in Holland, MI. Click here for more details!

SPECIAL NOTICE: Applying to GBAC Measurable Auditing Toolkit has no association with the GBAC STAR™ Registered Program. The GBAC Measurable Auditing Toolkit is a resource that will be published and updated annually. This resource may or may not include programs and technologies from the GBAC STAR™ Registered Program. Registered items may be noted and highlighted in the Measurable Auditing Toolkit. Participation in the GBAC STAR™ Registered Program is not a requirement for consideration into the Measurable Auditing Toolkit. Both programs have different selection and review criteria. Information submitted to either program cannot be cross shared. If you wish to also apply to GBAC STAR™ Registered, please apply here.