Georgetown University Supplier Diversity Program
Tools & Resources
Georgetown University is committed to utilizing diverse businesses as part of the institution’s embrace of its Jesuit values and commitment to the common good.
Our vision is to foster a purchasing climate that encourages diverse vendors to compete for University business. We strive to reduce barriers of participation in University purchasing activities and are committed to building relationships with a diverse group of vendors. Below are the three main strategies of our Supplier Diversity Program:
- Supplier Support: providing diverse suppliers with the essential tools and opportunities to engage in business practices at Georgetown
- GU Community Education: informing University departments and business offices on how they can support diverse suppliers and providing resources to help identify diverse suppliers in different sectors
- Leadership Support: engaging department leaders on best practices in integrating diverse suppliers into procurement processes
GU is a 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). Georgetown encourages diverse suppliers to reach out, engage and develop business relationships with the University’s Strategic Sourcing departments.
To become a member of Georgetown’s Supplier Diversity Program please fill out the diverse supplier interest form.
Georgetown encourages diverse suppliers to apply for certification.
If you are not currently registered as a diverse or local supplier, Georgetown encourages you to do so by following the outlined process below. Certification validates that a business is owned, managed, operated and controlled by a diverse supplier. Additionally, certifications can assist your business in accessing a variety of public and private contract opportunities.
1. Does your business quality?
2. Does your company meet the required supplier business capabilities?
3. Can your company fulfill its commitment to meeting the University’s qualified business expectations?
Next Steps: Engagement Process
Vetted and Certified Diverse Suppliers
Filtered results follow.
Myrofora Anastasi MSCE
CON-0014157: Structural Engineering Services
Al’s Twin Air LLC
Stephanie Jordan Venson
CON-0012790: Cyber and IT Firm
CON-0015799: Furniture Distribution
C.C. Johnson & Malhotra
Chad O’L Public Relations & Events
Community Cafe Express
Corenic Construction Group
Delon Hampton & Associates
Edwards & Hill Office Furniture
Emergency 911 Security
Franklin Young International
CON-001274: Carpeting and Flooring Services
Global Engineering Solutions
Grub Rockstar Catering
Karen A Francis-Winston Curriculum Design
Karen A Francis-Winston
352-245-4542 & 719-338-0682
CON-0013555: Catering Services
CON-0017001: Marketing & Advertising Svs
Susan Gage Caterers
R. Blair Downing
The DC Event Planner
Tiffany Renee Balmer
W.L. Gary Company, Inc
CON-0012318: Mechanical Contractor