Supplier Diversity in Community and Business

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-, woman-, veteran, disability-, service-disabled veteran-, and LGBT-owned businesses.  We seek to identify and encourage these diverse businesses to compete for our commodities and services throughout the Capital One enterprise. The goal of our program is to include qualified diverse enterprises in every sourcing opportunity based on commodity need wherever these suppliers exist. We have a team of associates dedicated to establishing relationships with diverse suppliers in the communities in which we operate. To date, numerous diverse-owned suppliers have benefited from the program.

Capital One’s Supplier Diversity program and team have received national recognition for its commitment:

  • 2018 Minority Business Enterprise Input Committee’s MBE Council Impact Award – Carolinas Virginia Minority Supplier Diversity Council
  • 2017, 2016 Corporation of the Year – Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council
  • 2017, 2016 Done Deals Corporate Opportunity Award – Women President’s Educational Organization - DC
  • 2017, 2016 America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises – Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
  • 2017, 2016 Champions of Supplier Diversity – Minority Business News USA
  • 2017, 2016 Advocate of the Year – Carolinas-Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council
  • 2017, 2016 Best of the Best Corporations for Inclusion - National Business Inclusion Consortium (NBIC)
  • 2018, 2017 Omni50 Award: Top 50 Inclusion Corporations – OMNIKAL
  • 2016 Corporate 101: America's Most Admired Corporations for Supplier Diversity” – Minority Business News
  • NMBC's 2016 Outstanding Corporate Supplier Diversity Program
  • 2016 Women’s Enterprise USA Top 100 Leaders in Corporate Supplier Diversity

Interested in Doing Business with Capital One?

Diverse suppliers must complete an online registration and company profile to be considered for inclusion in our supplier database, which is made available to Capital One supply chain managers.

When registering, please:

  • Make sure your company’s product or service offerings fall with the major categories purchased by Capital One.
  • Sign up as a Diverse Supplier.
  • Complete the company profile form.
  • Make sure your company name appears in its full legal form.
  • Complete all the fields and then press OK.
  • Create a user name (should be your email address) and password. You’ll use these to login when you return to the site.

You will receive an automated response confirming your information has been received. You can (and should!) keep your company’s profile updated with current information.

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

Certification

To qualify as a minority-, woman-, disability-, service-disabled veteran-, or LGBT-owned business, your company must be certified by an official certification agency. Capital One works closely with the following certifying partners:

  • National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
  • National Minority Supplier Development Council
  • US Business Leadership Network
  • US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce
  • Women’s Business Enterprise National Council

Third party Code of Business Conduct and Ethics

Capital One’s Third Party Code of Business Conduct and Ethics provides clear direction on our expectations for any company with which we do business, demonstrates the high priority we place on integrity in our operations and business relationships, and incorporate the high expectations we have for any third party performer who interacts directly with our customers.

Please read the Third Party Code of Conduct and Ethics prior to registering.

Questions

Feel free to e-mail Supplier Diversity at supplierdiversity@capitalone.com

Back to Doing Business with Capital One

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Diverse Supplier Development

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Capital One associates exemplify our commitment to supplier diversity and support of  Diverse Supplier Business Development.

Request for Proposal (RFP)

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Diverse Supplier Registration

Registration

Find out how to  register as a Capital One Supplier Diversity.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked Questions

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