Securitas Supplier Diversity
The Securitas Supplier Diversity Program provides the opportunity for diverse suppliers to participate in Securitas’ supply chain.
Our program’s mission is to contribute to the growth of the communities we serve by proactively seeking, developing, integrating and procuring goods and services from diverse suppliers whenever possible. It also provides opportunities for firms that ordinarily might not be considered as supplier candidates due to their size, status or limited ability to compete in the US market.
The Securitas Supplier Diversity Program is managed by our Procurement Department. Ensuring supplier diversity is an integral part of our strategic sourcing and procurement processes. We are committed to maximizing the development of mutually beneficial business relationships with diverse organizations. Securitas is in compliance with all applicable federal and state regulations designed to encourage the utilization of diverse suppliers.
As program administrators, our procurement professionals are responsible for the communication, administration and tracking of supplier diversity. Although this program is coordinated at the corporate level, all branch offices and functions are accountable for participation in this program. The Company program encompasses Tier 1 and 2 vendors.
Securitas Procurement is active in the contracting operations seeking out and promoting competitive participation through client associated functions, attending seminars and membership in:
- National Minority Supplier Development Council
- Minority Supplier Development Council of NY & NJ
- Womens Business Enterprise National Council
Are you a diverse supplier interested in doing business with Securitas? If so, be sure to register your company on our Supplier Diversity portal. Once the registration profile is verified, you will be listed in our diverse supplier database which is used by our buyers when sourcing for new vendors.
- Your profile will be accessible and viewed by Securitas' Procurement
- Diverse suppliers registered to Securitas are more likely to be awarded business