Citizenship Focused Areas
Supplier Citizenship Program Overview
AnaElena Marziano - P&G's Chief Purchases Officer talks about citizenship at P&G and partnership with our external business partners
These guidelines explain the global standards to be followed by our partners on behalf of P&G in our daily business activities.Click the link to learn more
When our supply network reflects diversity of our consumers, employees and stakeholders our community thrives.
Click the links to learn more:Supplier Citizenship Program Overview
Accelerating our Supplier Diversity Efforts
Feel free to reach out to P&G's Supplier Citizenship Team for any help or questions via firstname.lastname@example.org
Helpful Links:P&G's Citizenship Report
Awards & Recognition
- 3BL Media 100 Best Corporate Citizens of 2022
- Barron’s Most Sustainable Companies 2022
- Fast Company 2021 Best Workplaces For Innovators
- Forbes 2022 America’s Best Employers For Diversity
- Forbes 2022 World’s Most Innovative Companies
- Fortune 2022 Most Admired Companies List
- 2021 IRI New Products Pacesetter Report: 9 of the Top 25 non-food launches
We will improve livelihoods of palm smallholders by increasing yields from existing lands.Learn more
We will protect and exchange the forests we depend upon.Learn more
Respecting human rights - our approach.Learn more
As we work to ensure our packaging delivers against key performance criteria, we also seek to drive greater circularity of our packaging at end of life and are working towards 100% recyclable or reusable packaging.Learn more
Responsible Sourcing Overview
Virginie Hellas, P&G Chief Sustainability Officer talks about P&G Responsible Sourcing Commitments
Resources, Highlights & Helpful Links
Sedex is a global membership organization that connects business all over the world to improve business practices. Companies can operate more efficiently and ethically, saving more time and money.Learn more
The French Labour Law obliges every company doing business in France to verify the regulatory compliance to prevent undeclared work ("black labour"). P&G has hired My Procurement to collect, verify and store certifications and documents per regulation.Learn more
SMETA is Sedex's social auditing standard that businesses can use to assess a suppliers working conditions, across the areas of labour, health and safety, environment and business ethics.Learn more
In partnership with Sedex, we have a Social Audit program through Sedex which we have conducted over 400 audits of suppliers in risk-prone countries.
The Ecovadis survey platform will enable the purchases community to understand social and environmental risks to make impact sourcing decisions within the P&G supply chain based on validated survey data from suppliers.Learn more
Citizenship is how we refer to our efforts in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) areas. We have built Citizenship into how we do business every day.Learn more
The Responsible Sourcing Expectations for External Business Partners explain the global standards to be followed in your daily business activities on behalf of P&G. External business partners and their suppliers are expected to share P&G's commitment to these standards.Learn more
P&G’s Supplier Diversity efforts began in 1976 and began a formal 2nd Tier program in 1996. Since 2007, P&G spends more than $2 billion with diverse-owned businesses every year. And in FY20/21 we surpassed $3 billion globally for the first time. Given this high level of achievement P&G is a member of the Billion Dollar Roundtable, a forum of companies spending more than $1 billion annually with diverse suppliers. Below you can find more information about our tracking process, resources to help your company build a Supplier Diversity program, and the councils we partner with to accomplish our goals.
Exponential Business Value
A diverse supply network will out-think, out- innovate, and out –perform a non-diverse supply network. Our diverse supplies are more agile, responsive, innovative, more likely to hire a diverse pool of employees and give back to their community.
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The power of P&G’s ecosystem, through and with the business partners can generate a ripple effect, creating an inclusive supply chain, represented by growing spend via the 1st Tier, when P&G buy directly from diverse-owned companies and by 2nd tier supply chains, which occurs when our non-diverse suppliers purchase from diverse suppliers.
To help our suppliers develop their own Supplier Diversity program and grow P&G’s 2nd Tier spending, we have developed a Toolkit, which you can download here.
If you want to share P&G’s Supplier Program with your colleagues – please download this document.
If your company is looking to start or grow a Supplier Diversity program, there are several resources available at our Partner’s websites below.
How to do business with P&G? Access the registration page by clicking here.
National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) and Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council (OMSDC), Ethnic Minoritieshttps://nmsdc.org/
Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and Women's Business Enterprise Council Ohio River Valley (WBEC-ORV), US - Based Womenhttps://www.wbenc.org/
WEConnect International, Non-US Womenhttps://weconnectinternational.org/en/
Disability:IN,People with Disabilitieshttps://disabilityin.org/
National Veterans Business Development Council (NVBDC) ,US Military Veteranshttps://www.nvbdc.org/
National LGBT + Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and Civitas (Ohio River Valley LGBT + Chamber of Commerce), LGBT +https://www.nglcc.org