Our Supplier Diversity Program Policy is to ensure inclusion of minority-, woman- and veteran-owned businesses in the competitive bidding process at Allstate in support of our commitment to provide quality products and services to our customers while delivering outstanding value to our shareholders.
The Supplier Diversity Program was established in 2003, and since then, we have steadily increased the procurement of goods and services with diverse suppliers. In 2012, Allstate spent $304.4 million with these diverse businesses. We are committed to increasing our spend with diverse suppliers again in 2013 and encourage diverse suppliers to complete the Prospective Supplier Registration process.
The role of the Sourcing & Procurement Solutions department at Allstate is to source commodities for the corporation. Our commodity managers are responsible for identifying qualified suppliers and to ensure the inclusion of minority-, woman- and veteran-owned businesses, in the competitive bidding process where possible at Allstate. To read more about some of our past successes and more detail about the business we have been engage with click here.
All minority, women and veteran businesses who are interested in doing business with Allstate should complete the Prospective Supplier Registration process. Completing the registration process allows our commodity manager to have access to information about your company used in our sourcing selection process. Visit Doing Business with Allstate for additional information.
Allstate recognizes minority, women and veteran enterprises as those that are at least 51 percent owned and operated by minorities, veterans or women. Minority supplier include:
- Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender
- Native American
- Asian and Pacific Islander American (Asian-Indian included)
To be eligible for our Supplier Diversity Program, a company must provide certification as a minority-, woman- or veteran-owned business by one of the following councils:
Allstate will also accept certification from local, state or federal government agencies. Allstate does not accept self-certification; we encourage you to obtain certification from one of these councils or agencies.
Please include a copy of your certification in the Equifax database.
If you have additional questions about certification, please visit the council sites above.