We purchase a variety of goods and services for our branches and offices across the country—either directly or indirectly through our supplier network. Our Sourcing and Supply Management processes ensure we select and engage with suppliers who can uphold our purpose and values by helping us:
Satisfy our business needs and requirements
Leverage our buying power
Obtain the best quality goods and services
Minimize risk to our clients and communities
Advance diverse supplier inclusion*
Suppliers must abide by our:
Supplier Code of Conduct, which provides general guidance about the standards of integrity and business conduct for suppliers working with Truist.
Supplier Travel Policy, which provides guidelines for reimbursement of travel related expenses incurred during the course of conducting Truist business.
Our mission is to ensure our suppliers reflect who we are as a community and company. Through qualified and innovative diverse-businesses, we provide value-added supplier partnerships that enhance our client experience, strengthen our operations and enrich our communities. View our 2021 Supplier Diversity Economic Impact Report.
Our vision is to have a best-in-class supplier diversity framework where diverse business development and inclusion is at the forefront of our procurement and business processes.
Tier2 Program for Diverse Supplier Inclusion
Truist’s Tier2 program further enhances the value that diverse suppliers can bring to our supply chain when direct sourcing with these vendors is not an option. Truist strongly encourages its strategic suppliers to subcontract with qualified certified diverse suppliers in the performance of their primary contractual obligations. To report your Tier2 spend, please log in here.
William H. Rogers, Jr.
Chief Executive Officer
"Supplier diversity is not only the right thing to do, it's a smart business strategy that helps us to bring our purpose to life for our clients, teammates and stakeholders."
If your business is certified as minority-, women-, veteran-, disabled-, LGBT-, or small business-owned, Truist is interested in working with you. A certified diverse supplier must demonstrate certain nationally and statewide standardized criteria and hold a valid certificate from a third-party certifying agency such as the following: National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC), National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA), Disability:IN, Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) Program.
Truist’s diverse business classifications and accepted certifications
Interested in working with us? Register your business.
To be considered for future Truist procurement opportunities, register in our portal. Your registration and completion of your profile will enable your company's information to be searchable by our sourcing organization when they’re identifying potential suppliers to include in Truist’s sourcing projects. If your company is selected to participate in a Truist sourcing project, you’ll be contacted by one of our sourcing teammates.
Note: The completion of the supplier registration is NOT an approval for doing business with Truist. It does not guarantee your company will receive a Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP), Request for Quote (RFQ), Request for Bid (RFB), or a contract from Truist. Completion of the supplier registration does not imply your company has any type of procurement relationship with Truist, either now or in the future.