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Supplier Diversity Resource List

We are committed to enabling opportunities for Diverse Ability-Owned businesses in corporate supply chains.

Why Supplier Diversity Matters

In an effort to promote diversity and inclusion in the business world, we have compiled a comprehensive list of companies that are certified as diverse suppliers. By supporting these diverse suppliers, companies not only contribute to a more equitable business environment but also gain access to a broader range of perspectives, skills, and expertise.

Accenture LLP

Accenture’s Diverse Supplier Development Program (DSDP) reflects our commitment to developing and expanding relationships with diverse businesses owned by minorities, women, persons with disabilities, LGBT, veterans, disabled veterans, and service-disabled veterans, and others.


In alignment with our core values, Alight Solutions U.S. Supplier Diversity Program’s goal is to obtain a diverse and inclusive supply chain to guarantee equal opportunities to qualified suppliers. Diversity and inclusion have always been the principle that binds our core values together.

American Family Insurance

We recognize the structural barriers in our society that keep people from achieving their dreams, and we’re committed to doing our part to break down these barriers. American Family is committed to tackling systemic problems that impede equity – because it’s good for our communities and good for business.


Companies should respect the communities they’re a part of. At Chevron, we support small, minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, disabled-owned and other small, disadvantaged businesses.

CVS Health

We are working to create jobs and increase economic opportunities for the people and local businesses in the communities we serve. We source products from diverse, women-owned and small businesses.

Liberty Mutual

As a global company that serves customers of different cultures and backgrounds, Liberty Mutual is committed to actively supporting and engaging an inclusive supply base. We understand that having a supply chain that includes minority-, women-, LGBT-, disabled-, and veteran-owned businesses will promote innovative thinking and yield stronger business results.


We partner with qualified suppliers to make a difference in the lives of patients by providing innovative solutions, products and services.

Northrop Grumman

Our Global Supplier Diversity Program office is designed to expand subcontracting opportunities for all small business concerns, including small disadvantaged, minority, women-owned, historically underutilized business zones, veteran, service-disabled veteran-owned, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning, disability owned, historically black colleges and universities, minority institutions, Alaska Native Corporations and Indian Tribes.

Robert Half

Supplier inclusion at Robert Half is a corporate wide initiative designed to support the promotion, growth and development of small and/or diverse-, women-, veteran-, service-disabled veteran-, and LGBTQ+- owned businesses, and business owners with apparent and non-apparent disabilities. 


Walmart recognizes the great work and effort our diverse suppliers are making to help ensure our customers and members have the products and services they need.

Wells Fargo

Doing Gets It Done. We’re the bank of putting people and communities first. The bank of rolling up our sleeves and getting involved. We’re the bank of walking the walk and taking action. That’s the Bank of Doing.
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