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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.

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.


We value diverse suppliers.

The CDW philosophy on diversity extends beyond our coworkers, the customers we serve and the communities we live in to include our valued supplier partnerships. The goals of the program are to increase procurement opportunities for direct and indirect spending with small, minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, disabled-owned and other small, disadvantaged businesses.

We are committed to working with small, diverse, high-quality suppliers to deliver creative high-quality products and services, compete for business opportunities and meet our customer’s needs.

Freddie Mac

Freddie Mac is committed to the principles of equal opportunity in our contracting practices, regardless of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, religion, age, disability status, veteran status, genetic information and other characteristics protected by law.

Freddie Mac encourages minority-, women- and disabled-owned businesses to register as “Diverse Suppliers” on our website.

JPMorgan Chase

Our Supplier Diversity Network is comprised of certified diverse businesses that have registered in our system. The Network is the preferred resource used to select diverse suppliers to compete for contracting opportunities.

As bidding opportunities arise, the Corporate Supplier Diversity team, working with sourcing and procurement professionals, actively utilize this database to screen diverse suppliers against industry—specific criteria for the opportunity at-hand. To receive maximum consideration for these opportunities, you should be diligent in maintaining a current and accurate listing in the system, keeping key—contact and email addresses current.

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 value the energy and perspective of these dynamic suppliers and welcome the opportunity to be a part of their story and ultimate success. – Stephen Bertolami, Executive Vice President, Talent & Enterprise Services Manager, Enterprise Services.


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

Northrop Grumman

The Northrop Grumman Global Supplier Diversity Program (GSDP) 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.

Northwestern Mutual Life

The mission of the Supplier Diversity program at Northwestern Mutual is to develop mutually beneficial relationships with historically underrepresented businesses in order to strengthen our overall supply base, provide the best value to our policyowners, and create lasting impacts in our communities.

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