Supplier Diversity Program
Supplier Diversity Program Policy Statement
At Recall, the ideals of fairness and equal opportunity for all people are a part of our corporate culture and the driving force behind all of our diversity efforts including our supplier diversity program. Under the terms of this program, suppliers and contractors are given an equal opportunity to compete for work at Recall.
Experience demonstrates that when given a fair chance, minority and women-owned businesses can and do compete successfully. And so Recall is committed to providing a level playing field for every qualified firm that seeks our business. Please join us in making this possible by including qualified minority and women-owned firms in all of Recall’s purchasing efforts. Further, we encourage you to identify and share information about such firms with our purchasing staff.
We provide every supplier an equal opportunity to provide us with the best goods and services at the most competitive prices. Working together, we are confident that we will achieve this goal.
Our Certification Requirements
Recall recognizes minority and women enterprises as those that are at least 51 percent owned and operated by minorities or women. Minority suppliers include:
- Native American
- Asian Americans
- Indian Subcontinent Asian Americans
To be eligible for our Supplier Diversity Program, a company must provide certification as a minority, or woman owned business by one of the following councils:
Recall will also accept certification from local, state or federal government agencies. Recall does not accept self-certification; we encourage you to obtain certification from one of these councils or agencies.
How to Register
Please have the following information available when you register:
Complete the Supplier Registration.
Upon registration, your company's information will be stored in an internal database and made available to our supply chain managers seeking potential suppliers to participate in the Request for Information (RFI) and Request for Proposal (RFP) process.
Note: Registering and completing the profile as a prospective supplier does not guarantee a contracting opportunity.