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Supplier Diversity & Sustainability Procurement

Allstate Supports Equal Opportunity.

Established in 2003, Allstate's diversity program has steadily increased the procurement of goods and services with diverse suppliers. In 2019, the most recent year for which reports are available, Allstate spent more than $311 million with these diverse businesses. Allstate is committed to increasing its spend with diverse suppliers and encourages prospective diverse suppliers to create a supplier profile in My Supplier Network.

Allstate Supplier Diversity Exchange

Each year, Allstate Insurance Company hosts an annual exchange for diverse suppliers. Attendees have the opportunity to pitch their businesses to Allstate decision makers in charge of sourcing goods and services, as well as attend workshops and networking opportunities with Allstate leaders.

The Allstate supplier diversity exchange was launched in 2008 to provide an opportunity for diverse businesses to build relationships with Allstate and prime suppliers. This forum offers guidance and insight into the sourcing process for large organizations. While attendance at this event does not guarantee business, participating companies have had the opportunity to compete for and win Allstate's business, with more than 80 successfully winning contracts.

For more information, send inquiries to

Supplier Mentoring Program

The Allstate Supplier Mentoring Program is designed to help diverse business owners strengthen their companies. The program involves a series of live sessions and webinars focused on leadership and employee development, financial management, sales and marketing, and technology improvement sessions. While there is no cost to participate in the program itself, participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements to Northbrook, Illinois when necessary.

For more information about the Allstate Mentoring Program for Diverse Suppliers, please contact to express your interest in participating.

Diversity Sourcing at Allstate

SPS commodity managers identify all qualified suppliers, including minority-, female-, veteran-, veteran-disability owned-, LGBTQ+ , and disability-owned businesses, in the competitive bidding process when possible. All prospective suppliers must complete a supplier profile in My Supplier Network.

Our Certification Requirements

Allstate recognizes companies with at least 51 percent ownership by members of minority, woman, veteran, people with disabilities, or LGBT communities as diverse suppliers. Minority companies include:

  • African American
  • Hispanic American
  • Native American
  • Asian and Pacific Islander American (Asian Indian included)

To be eligible for our supplier diversity program, a company must provide certification by one of the following methods:

Tip: Ensure that your certifications are current and uploaded to your supplier profile.

If you have additional questions about certification, please visit the council sites above or the supplier registration portal.

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