P&G is committed to providing products and services of superior quality and value to the world’s consumers, now and for generations to come. Our Citizenship framework is how we are investing in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and include focused programs in Diversity & Inclusion, Gender Equality, Sustainability, Community Impact and Ethics & Corporate Responsibility.
P&G cannot deliver those products without collaboration from our supply chain partners and we are making intentional choices to leverage the footprint of our suppliers, buyers, and manufacturing sites to be a Force for Good and a Force for Growth. From transparent sourcing practices that aid consumer decision-making to growing shareholder value through innovation-driving programs like global supplier diversity, P&G is proud to be a leader in supply chain responsibility. We believe we can accelerate and amplify our Citizenship results by intentionally enrolling our External Business Partners in this work via two strategy pillars: Supplier Diversity and Responsible Sourcing.
Responsible Sourcing: We hold ourselves and our partners to a high standard therefore we have created Responsible Sourcing Guidelines.They explain the global standards to be followed in your daily business activities on behalf of P&G. There are many other tools available for Suppliers to progress in each area, click on box below to learn more.
Supplier Diversity: Since 1976, our Supplier Diversity program has been awarding contracts to women and minority-owned businesses – including military veterans, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ owners. When our Supply Network reflects the diversity of our consumers, employees, and stakeholders, our community thrives. We also encourage all suppliers to have their own Supplier Diversity and tools are available by clicking on box below.
P&G Global Supplier Citizenship Infographic
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