We are committed to holding ourselves and our supplier community to the highest standards of business conduct and integrity. We have a zero tolerance policy for breaches of ethics and expect our suppliers to adhere to the strict guidelines of our Supplier Code of Conduct (which incorporates the JPMorgan Chase Supplier Anti-Corruption Policy).
Suppliers to JPMorgan Chase who have access to sensitive JPMorgan Chase data must generally meet our Minimum Control Requirements before they are able to work with us. Typically, once JPMorgan Chase decides to engage a supplier for goods and services, our Supplier Oversight Services team will perform a risk assessment of the Supplier. The risk assessment helps JPMorgan Chase analyze a supplier’s controls in connection with security, availability, vulnerabilities and system access (among other items).
The Ariba Network, which enables JPMorgan Chase and suppliers to transact electronically for purchase order issuance and invoice submission, is our preferred method of transacting with suppliers. Suppliers can obtain additional information including how to establish an Ariba Network ID (ANID) at https://www.ariba.com/ariba-network. Once the ANID is established and the supplier is invited to begin an engagement, the JPMorgan Chase Supplier Enablement team will train the supplier on how to invoice JPMorgan Chase using Ariba.
Please see our Invoicing Guidelines