Georgetown University Supplier Diversity Program
Tools & Resources
Georgetown University is committed to utilizing small, minority, and women-owned businesses as part of the institution’s embrace of its Jesuit values and commitment to the common good.
The Mission and Vision of Georgetown’s Supplier Diversity Program is to foster a purchasing climate that encourages diverse and small vendors to compete for University business. We strive to reduce barriers to participation in University purchasing activities and are committed to building relationships with a diverse group of vendors.
To become a member of Georgetown’s Supplier Diversity Program please fill out this form.
How The Georgetown Community Can Support Supplier Diversity
The university is interested in working with diverse companies located in the District of Columbia and the DC Metro region to advance local economic growth and opportunity. GU is a founding member of the DC Community Anchor Partnership (DCAP), convened by the Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development (CNHED), in partnership with the Office of the DC Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED).
University Partnerships: Institutional Diversity, Equity, & Affirmative Action, Office of Government & Community Engagement, Office of Public Affairs, Planning & Facilities Management
How Can Suppliers Get Ready To Work With Georgetown
Georgetown encourages local suppliers to reach out, engage and develop business relationships with the University’s Strategic Sourcing departments. Suppliers please see the resources below to learn more about conducting business with Georgetown and how to get certified as a diverse supplier.