For more than three decades JPMorganChase has been  committed to building a strong and inclusive supplier base.

We seek to provide equitable access to opportunities in the various areas in which we operate, including in our sourcing engagements. Our approach to working with suppliers includes taking a broad lens that includes, without limitation, companies that are owned and operated by women, ethnic minorities, military veterans, service-disabled veterans, people with disabilities and members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Our Global Supplier Diversity program is focused on facilitating the growth and development of businesses in our supply chain network; promoting equity and inclusion across our entire portfolio of supply chain business partners and driving economic growth in the communities in which we do business. The firm spends over $2 billion with diverse businesses annually, and its strategy focuses on more than diverse supplier spend. JPMorganChase is leveraging the strength of its total procurement organization, business and community partners to lower common barriers faced by diverse businesses. 

We have created a Supplier Diversity Network (SDN) through which certified diverse-owned businesses register with the firm. The SDN is the primary resource through which our supplier diversity and procurement teams identify eligible businesses for consideration in contracting opportunities.

Businesses registered in the SDN are required to be diligent in maintaining current and accurate information in the system. This engagement ensures maximum consideration for appropriate opportunities, and enables access to special events and resources for diverse businesses including information sessions, workshops, programs and initiatives, and networking receptions.

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Supplier diversity is smart business

Inclusive purchasing practices give the firm access to innovative thinking and competitive pricing so that we can serve our customers and clients in all communities to the best of our ability.

Partner & certification organizations

To successfully complete the JPMorganChase Supplier Diversity Network application process, your company must be certified as a diverse supplier.


JPMorganChase partners with organizations that provide third-party public and private sector certifications. Some of the organizations listed below are approved to provide certifications, while others partner with advocacy groups to provide a full set of member services. Certifications from other similar organizations may be accepted on a case-by-case basis, but restrictions may apply.


JPMorganChase accepts certification from the organizations listed below, or their affiliates, throughout the United States:

National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)*

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Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)*

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National Gay Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)*

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Small Business Administration 8(a) Program*

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National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC)

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National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA)*

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US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC)*

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U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCCC)

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WEConnect International

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In addition to our Partner Organizations (and their certifications) listed above, we also recognize certifications issued by:

  • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
  • HUBZone
  • The Port Authority
  • State and Federal Agencies


*We offer links to non-JPMorganChase web sites for convenience. We do not sponsor these sites, nor are we responsible for information that appears on them.

Advancing supplier diversity

JPMorganChase is mobilizing Gold Suppliers to increase their spending with underrepresented businesses and grow their supplier diversity programs.

Supplier spotlight


“We are now looking forward at the next 60 years of our business. Chase is helping us to think about next-level business opportunities, going beyond our New York footprint to become a global supplier. Working with Chase—we’ve set up a satellite office in Seattle, and we’re expanding into cyber-security.”

Jessica Johnson-Cope

President Johnson Security Bureau, Inc. New York, NY