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Supplier Diversity

Corporate Sponsorship

Our Mission

The Supplier Diversity mission is to identify, develop and build strong relationships with certified minority and woman-owned businesses that are qualified to supply U.S. Bank with quality products and services.

 

A Message from the CEO

U.S. Bank is committed to building the best bank in America. To meet this goal, we're helping to build the best communities in America. That's why we support Supplier Diversity. It creates opportunities for more individuals and firms to do business with us. When the diverse communities we serve are strong, then we have economic vitality in the communities where we live and work.

Richard K. Davis
President and Chief Executive Officer

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What is Supplier Diversity at U.S. Bank?

Supplier Diversity demonstrates our commitment to the process of promoting business opportunity at the bank for certified minority and woman owned business enterprises (MWBEs). This includes identifying opportunities for MWBEs to participate in the competitive bid process on an equal basis with all other bidders and to promote business development of MWBEs.

Corporate Procurement Management works cross-functionally throughout U.S. Bank to identify business opportunities for diverse suppliers. The Supplier Diversity Manager acts as the liaison for all parties interested in pursuing business opportunities with the bank.

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Why Does U.S. Bank Value Supplier Diversity?

Our success is directly related to the vitality of the communities we serve. Our communities — spanning from the Ohio Valley to the Twin Cities to the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Ocean — are made up of an increasingly diverse population. MWBEs are rapidly growing and progressing from suppliers of small commodity lines to providers of a wide variety of manufactured products and corporate services. By doing business with MWBEs, we're building bridges within the community and contributing to the growth of companies who, in turn, help us build the best bank in America.

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Eligibility Requirements

To qualify for our Supplier Diversity initiatives, a company must be at least 51% owned, controlled and managed by one or more minority group members or women.

Minority groups eligible for participation are:

  • African Americans
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Asian Pacific Americans
  • Native Americans
  • Asian Indian Americans

In addition, qualifying companies must be located within the United States, its territories or its possessions.

Companies must also be certified. Certification is the process of confirming the ownership, control and management of a company. An authorized third party or regulatory agency performs the certification.

We accept certification completed by a regional council of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), the National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC), the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the National Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC) or a federal, state or local government affiliate.

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How Can MWBEs Get Involved?

  • Interested businesses may complete our Supplier Profile Registration.
  • Completing this registration will make you visible to U.S. Bank, should there be an opportunity for products/services that you can supply.
  • By registering, you are indicating that you are a certified minority- or woman-owned business. Should there be an opportunity to contract with you in the future, you will be required to provide certification verification at that point.
  • We will contact you if an opportunity for your company's products/services becomes available.

Contact Information

If you have questions about U.S. Bank Supplier Diversity initiatives, please email supplier.diversity@usbank.com.

 

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