KPMG’s supplier diversity strategy includes expecting our suppliers to endorse inclusive supply chains. KPMG is committed to maintaining a diverse supplier base and building relationships with those suppliers that reflect the market, clients and communities we serve.
KPMG embraces businesses that are qualified and certified as minority-owned (MBE); women-owned (WBE); disability-owned (DBE); veteran-owned (VBE); service-disabled veteran-owned; and/or, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender-owned (LGBTBE).
Become a Registered Supplier
We seek vendors who will enhance KPMG value and drive a competitive business advantage. To this end, we are expanding and maximizing the utilization of our network of certified—meaning at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by—minority, woman, LGBT, disabled, and veteran-owned businesses.
If you are a diverse-certified supplier and interested in doing business with us, the first step is to register your business at our SupplierOne website.
Registering with our Supplier Inclusion program allows our category managers and internal stakeholders to access your company’s information but is not a guarantee of future business.
Ethical Principles for Suppliers
We believe that corporate responsibility means conducting business with the highest level of professionalism and integrity. We expect our business partners to embrace the values and commitments set forth in our Code of Conduct to support our mutual success.
KPMG is a national corporate member of the following resource and advocacy organizations:
Supplier Diversity is a proud contributor to the KPMG Inclusion, Equity & Diversity accomplishments, which exemplify how we set the bar for the industry and have done so for almost a century. Some of the recent awards and recognition we have received include: