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The Johnson & Johnson Supplier Diversity Program was formally established in 1998 to provide opportunities for qualified small and diverse businesses in our pool of suppliers. Since the program began, we have spent more than $1 billion with small businesses and diverse-owned suppliers.
The Corporate Office of Supplier Diversity works with a supplier diversity team comprised of representatives from our operating companies. Each company’s senior management team has primary responsibility for endorsing and achieving supplier diversity targets.
Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises
In 2010, Johnson & Johnson sourced goods and services from over 2,400 Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE) suppliers spending over $1 Billion dollars with minority and woman owned business. As a result Johnson & Johnson became the first health care company to earn membership to the Billion Dollar Roundtable, joining 17 other companies from varying industries, who each spend one billion dollars annually with minority and woman owned businesses. In addition, Johnson & Johnson spent over $3 Billion dollars with small businesses, over $115,000 with veteran and disabled veteran owned businesses and expanded its supplier partnerships to include goals for use of LGBT businesses.
Johnson & Johnson has provided free consulting services and training to suppliers seeking certifications, such as those offered through the National Minority Supplier Development Council and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. Through our collaboration with the Diverse Manufacturing Supply Chain Alliance, we are able to develop relationships with minority- and women-owned businesses. We benchmark our efforts to ensure we use best practices in the recruitment and development of these businesses.