Supplier Diversity

About our Supplier Diversity Program

Capital One is committed to making supplier diversity an integral part of the way we do business—creating mutually beneficial relationships with minority, women, veteran, disabled, service-disabled veteran, and LGBTQ+ businesses.  The goal of our program is to include qualified diverse businesses in every sourcing opportunity based on commodity need wherever these suppliers exist. 

Diverse businesses are flexible, innovative and driven. By including diverse businesses in our supply chain, Capital One maximizes the power of different perspectives and innovation to deliver exceptional products and services to our customers.  We seek to identify and encourage diverse businesses to compete for our commodities and services throughout the Capital One enterprise.  We have a team of associates dedicated to establishing relationships with diverse businesses in the communities in which we operate. To date, numerous diverse businesses have benefited from the program.

Learn More about our Supplier Diversity Program

Our CPO Supports Diversity

As Chief Procurement Officer, Clint Grimes helps to ensure that the supply chain at Capital One represents national, regional, and local suppliers. Diversity and inclusion are part of our culture. Learn more.

Diverse Supplier Development

Capital One's three programs (Catapult, SAGE Advice and Diverse Supplier Mentoring program) provide tools, resources and mentoring by pairing diverse business owners with Capital One associates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to frequently asked questions about Capital One's Supplier Diversity programs.

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Diverse Supplier Registration

Diverse suppliers must register online and complete a company profile, which will be made available to Capital One's supply chain managers. Make sure that your company's product or service offerings fall within the major categories purchased by Capital One:

  • Customer Acquisition and Operations: collections and recoveries
  • IT: network/telecom, software, hardware, ADM, data center
  • Corporate Services: HR Services, training services, office supplies, corporate security, legal
  • Professional Services: consulting, temporary labor, financial, marketing, IT
  • Brand Marketing and Advertising: media, promotion, market research
  • Corporate Real Estate: facilities management, design/construction,
  • Banking Services: marketing and branch collateral, branch courier, ATM Services

Registration and completion of a company profile does not guarantee your company will receive a request to bid on a contract from Capital One.


To qualify as a minority, woman, veteran, disabled, service-disabled veteran, or LGBTQ+ business, your company must be certified by one or more national certifying organizations.  Capital One works closely with the following partners:

Existing Non-Diverse Suppliers

At Capital One, diversity and inclusion has always been an integral part of our culture. Now more than ever, we embrace the inclusion of diverse-owned businesses in our supply base as a fundamental part of our D&I efforts. We expect our non-diverse suppliers to utilize qualified diverse firms in the execution of their business wherever possible. Through Capital One’s Tier II program, our non-diverse suppliers are encouraged to promote the growth of diverse-owned businesses by employing them in support of our contract directly or in the general operation of their business. Your spend with these diverse-owned companies is considered Tier II spend to Capital One.

Tier II Spend/Reporting

As a supplier to Capital One, we request that you report your Tier II spend with diverse-owned businesses to us on a quarterly basis. If your firm has been asked to submit Tier II spend, please log in here to submit spend. Please contact if you need to register.

Awards and Recognition

Capital One’s Supplier Diversity program has received national recognition for its commitment.

  • America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises – Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
  • Best of the Best Corporations for Inclusion – National Business Inclusion Consortium (NBIC)
  • Omni50 Award – Top 50 Corporation for Multicultural Business  – OMNIKAL
  • National Corporation of the Year – Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council
  • Champions of Supplier Diversity – Minority Business News USA
  • Advocate of the Year – Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council
  • Corporate 101 – America's Most Admired Corporations for Supplier Diversity – Minority Business News


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