Find out how PG&E supports supplier diversity and sustainability

Our commitment to corporate responsibility shapes how we assess and manage our supply chain priorities and processes. It affects how we select, engage with and manage vital business partners and it influences our product and service choices and strategies.

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Supplier Diversity program: what is it?

PG&E is committed to diversity and inclusion. Our Supplier Diversity program provides vital opportunities for a growing number of enterprises owned by women, minorities, service-disabled veterans, small businesses and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.

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Supplier Diversity program: information for Prime Suppliers

As a prime supplier, learn what you can do to support our Supplier Diversity program.

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Supplier Diversity program: register as a prospective supplier

Find all the information and forms you need to create a supplier profile.

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Technical assistance and capacity building

Get additional support for your company. We can give you guidance for developing a safety plan, becoming greener, participating in the global marketplace and strengthening your cybersecurity.

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Sustain your community and world

Our Diverse Suppliers Go Green initiative promotes care of the environment and the success of diverse businesses. Find out how it can give you a competitive edge.

In the news

Our Supply Chain Responsibility program and its members are making great strides.

Powered by diversity Winter 2016

In 2015, PG&E again exceeded the two billion dollar supplier diversity milestone, spending $2.5 billion with diverse suppliers, or 44.0 percent of its total procurement.

Powered by diversity Spring 2016

This year, PG&E received the maximum score of 100% from the Corporate Equality Index (CEI) for its LGBT-specific efforts that include: supplier diversity, recruiting, marketing or advertising, philanthropy or public support for LGBT equality under the law.

Powered by diversity vol. 10 no. 1

We spent $2.1 billion with diverse suppliers in 2014, accounting for 41 percent of our total procurement.

Supply chain responsibility newsletter vol. 1 no. 1

The Electric Utility Industry Sustainability Supply Chain Alliance honors us for our work advancing supply chain sustainability in the utility industry.

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