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Accenture strives to maximize the value of our supplier relationships and places a high value on diversity as evidenced by our ongoing programs to attract, retain and advance women, minorities and other diverse groups. Since 2002, when Accenture’s Supplier Diversity Program was formalized, we have focused on expanding our source of diverse suppliers while maintaining our standards for providing high-quality service delivery.
It is the policy of Accenture that diverse suppliers should have equal opportunity to participate in the procurement sourcing process. In doing this, we strive to meet our objectives to:
Expand the presence of diverse suppliers in our supplier base, as well as encourage our large suppliers to leverage an inclusive list of suppliers on Accenture’s behalf.
Increase the number of suppliers in our contracting relationships on behalf of our clients.
Create an infrastructure for shared relationships to jointly market.
Promote economic growth for a multitude of businesses.
It is the responsibility of all Accenture employees to be inclusive in their daily business decisions when selecting the best suppliers for our company.
Accenture sponsors and/or is a corporate member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF), with global expansion in the United Kingdom, Canada, and India. In fiscal 2014, we directed nearly 27 percent of our procurement spending in the United States to diverse (small, minority- and women- and other diversity group-owned) businesses. Doing Business with AccentureSuppliers interested in doing business with Accenture in the United States should register their capabilities online by visiting the Accenture Supplier Inclusion & Diversity Connection Page at www.accenture.com/vendor and completing the online profile. Once completed, their information will be submitted to our database for review by our sourcing and commodity managers and other buying groups for future procurement needs. If there is a business fit, they may be contacted. Please note that registration does not guarantee business with Accenture. Accenture recommends that suppliers obtain certification from the following certifying agencies or their regional affiliates: the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) or the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC).To find out more about Accenture’s program, see our US Supplier Diversity Program brochure.
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