Allied Universal is committed to supporting the people and businesses of the communities we serve. It is our goal is to expand opportunities for diverse businesses through the Allied Universal|Supplier DiversitySM
program in order to provide the best quality services to our clients.
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from George Council, Vice President Strategic Sourcing and Acquisition Integration
Our Supplier Diversity program goals include:
- Integrating supplier diversity plans with sourcing processes and strategies to broaden the inclusion of diverse business enterprises in our daily purchasing decisions for services and commodities.
- Proactive outreach to diverse businesses through diverse development organizations and procurement events.
- Collaborating with clients to ensure second-tier diverse spend amounts are accurate and in support of their own corporate diversity goals.
- Educating and training to help both internal purchase decision makers and suppliers understand our supplier diversity strategy and commitment.
- Monitoring our progress and ensuring alignment with our overall diversity strategy.
- Allied Universal's mentor program which develops suppliers through education, advice, counseling, business opportunities, business development, technology support and more.
As an Allied Universal client, you can expect the same quality service that we have delivered for more than 50 years. We enhance the value we provide to our clients by helping them meet their company’s supplier diversity goals and giving them access to a larger pool of qualified diverse suppliers.
If you are interested in becoming part of the Allied Universal|Supplier Diversity
program, you can register below to be considered. We will be in touch only if companies meet our requirements and opportunities exist to support our business needs. To participate, your company needs to qualify as one of the following:
- Minority-and-Women-Owned Enterprise (M/WBE)
- Veteran and Service Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (V/DVBE)
- Small Business Enterprises (SBE)
- Historically Underutilized Business Zone (Hubzone)
- Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
- Companies must have been certified by one of the following: National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC); Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC); Small Business Administration (SBA); or approved State, City or Local Government Municipalities.
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