Our commitment to corporate responsibility shapes how we evaluate and manage our supply chain priorities and processes. It affects how we choose, connect with and manage our vital business partners.
PG&E is committed to diversity in the workplace and with the companies with which we do business. Our Supplier Diversity program provides vital opportunities for businesses owned by women, minorities, service-disabled veterans and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals. Learn about the program. Visit Supply Chain Responsibility Become a Certified Diversity Supplier.
Find all the information and forms you need to create a supplier profile. Visit PG&E Supplier Profile – CVM HOME.
The PG&E Diverse Suppliers Go Green initiative promotes environmental stewardship and the success of diverse businesses in our communities. Find out how the Go Green initiative can give your company a competitive edge. View Sustaining Your Community and World.
Find valuable guidance for your business from PG&E experts on the following important topics:
Find answers to questions about our Supplier Diversity program. Visit Supply Chain Responsibility Prime Supplier Frequently Asked Questions.
Find an up-to-date list of meetings and activities that promote building your business and networking activities. View the events calendar to find a local meeting. Visit 2016 Supplier Diversity Events.
View articles about the program, participants and member businesses.
The Electric Utility Industry Sustainability Supply Chain Alliance (EUISSCA) honors PG&E for our work advancing supply chain sustainability in the utility industry.
Learn how PG&E spent over $2.1 billion with diverse suppliers in 2014. This amount accounted for 41 percent of our total procurement.
The Western Region for Minority Supplier Development Council names PG&E the Utility Corporation of the Year for our commitment to minority business development.