We are proud of the growth in representation of small and/or diverse businesses among our suppliers, which now represent over 23% of our total procurement spend. Our achievements have been recognized by DiversityInc, who rank KPMG at #6 in their Top 10 Companies for Supplier Diversity (2014).
Highlight Metrics (as % of total procurement spend):
|Total Small / Diverse Businesses
|Minority-owned Business Enterprises (MBEs)
|Women-owned Business Enterprises (WBEs)
|Veteran-owned Business Enterprises (VBEs)
|Disabled Veteran-owned Business Enterprises (DVBEs)
|Lesbian-, Gay-, Bisexual- and/or Transgender-owned Business Enterprises (LGBTBEs)
It is KPMG's policy to actively seek and encourage qualified diverse businesses to compete for the Firm’s business, to provide equal opportunity to, and to evaluate all suppliers and potential suppliers, regardless of the race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, national origin, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, pregnancy, veteran status or other legally protected status of their owners, management, employees, suppliers or clients.
KPMG is a national Corporate Partner of:
- Women Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
- National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
- National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)
- US Business Leadership Network's Disability Supplier Diversity program (USBLN), as a Founding Partner.
KPMG actively encourages involvement of members of our employee resource groups with these organizations as volunteer board members, committee members, and site visitors.
Diverse businesses interested in developing or growing a supplier relationship with KPMG are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with their unique value proposition. If we currently have no opportunities in your category, we will retain the information you provide for future consideration.
KPMG is enthusiastic about collaborating with our clients to foster awareness and growth of the diverse business community. To this end, we attend and speak at a variety of Supplier Diversity events, and often have information-sharing calls with our clients, where we discuss good practice and development opportunities.
We have the capability of responding to indirect second-tier Supplier Diversity spend reporting requests. Clients interested in requesting second-tier data from KPMG should contact the KPMG Client Lead Partner and email@example.com to discuss the request.
KPMG ranks #6 on DiversityInc’s Top 10 Companies for Supplier Diversity (2014), an achievement which recognizes our significant growth in spend with diverse businesses.
In 2013, KPMG received the Capital Area Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce’s Outstanding Corporate Partner award for our significant accomplishments in partnering with the LGBT community. We have been recognized as the international consulting firm that was the first of its kind to partner with the Chamber with its PRIDE@KPMG group. As a major supporter of the Chamber, KPMG has been recognized for the value we have brought to the LGBT community and the power of diversity, specifically for the awareness-building and career development training, mentoring and networking programs, and opportunities to connect and build career-enriching relationships both within and beyond KPMG.
KPMG was recognized as the 2010 USBLN Supplier Diversity Corporation of the Year, in recognition of our achievements in both our spend with small and diverse businesses, and also our wider efforts to engage employees in advocacy for diverse entrepreneurs.