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Supplier Diversity @ BCBSLA

Anselmo R

Rodriguez, MBA, CPSM

July 26th

2016

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ISM- Baton Rouge

Supplier Diversity @ BCBSLA

 

Definitions

Evolution

Supplier diversity at BCBSLA

Metrics

Certification

Resources

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ISM- Baton Rouge - DEFINITIONS

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ISM- Baton Rouge - DEFINITIONS

Supplier Diversity is a proactive business program which encourages the use of minority-owned, women owned, veteran owned, LGBT-owned, service disabled veteran owned, historically underutilized business, and SBA-defined small business vendors as suppliers. WikiLeaksSupplier Diversity is a business strategy that ensures a diverse supplier base in the procurement of goods and services for any business or organization. Supplier Diversity emphasizes the creation of a diverse supply chain that ensures the inclusion of diverse groups in the procurement plans for government, not-for-profits, and private industry. CVM SolutionsSupplier Diversity - Encouraging contracting opportunities for qualified, responsive and responsible vendors that reflect our market and customer base. BCBSLA

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ISM- Baton Rouge - DEFINITIONS

MBE:

A business concern that is at least 51% owned and controlled/managed by a minority individual or minority group. This includes but is not limited to the following minority groups: African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian Americans

WBE:

A business concern that is at least 51% owned and controlled/managed by a woman or women.

VOB:

At least 51 percent owned, managed and controlled by one or more veterans.

SDV:

At least 51 percent owned, managed and controlled by one or more individuals with a service-connected disability.

Small Business

Enterprise:

Independently owned and operated and not dominant in its field of operation. The size will vary from industry to industry and is defined by the Small Business Administration.

Size Standards:

www.sba.gov/tools/size-standards-tool

Physically

Challenge:

At least 51 percent owned, managed and controlled by one or more individuals with a physical disability as defined by the ADA

LGBT:

At least 51 percent owned, managed and controlled by one or more individuals that belongs to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community

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ISM- Baton Rouge - DEFINITIONS

8(a):

Small disadvantaged businesses that are certified as 8(a) by the Small Business Administration

HUBZone

Business:

Small business operating in a historically underutilized business zone owned and controlled by one or more U.S. Citizens, where at least 35 percent of its employees reside in a

HUBZone

.

HUBZone

businesses must be certified by the Small Business Administration.

Tier-1 Diversity Spend:

represents the direct relationship between a company and its diverse

supplier.

Tier-2 Diversity Spend:

counts for when the company’s direct supplier contracts with other diverse suppliers and reports that spend back to the

company.

Certified:

supplier accredited by an independent organization of its diverse status.

Classified:

self certification by a supplier regarding its diversity

status.

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ISM- Baton Rouge - EVOLUTION

Mandated – quotas, set asides, government certification, track diverse spend.Social Responsibility – socially correctness, independent certification, corporate goals, contributions, board participation, track cost savings and spend, annual performance as percentage of business. Business Development- Marketing to non-traditional markets, increase competition to affect cost, supplier development, economic impact (jobs, taxes, local economy, state).

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ISM- Baton Rouge – SD @ BCBSLA

BCBSLA’s commitment: Ensure access to contractingopportunities for qualified, responsive and responsible vendors that reflect our market and customer base.Who is responsible: all employees.SCM is responsible for facilitating location of suppliers, supplier development, corporate reporting and overseeing compliance of our Purchasing Policy.SCM is responsible for keeping an accurate vendor master at all times, including diversity information.We ALL must strive for fair participation of capable and responsible diverse vendors in all procurement opportunities in the company.Our program concentrates on MBE, WBE, VET, DV, Hudson and LA Vet.

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ISM- Baton Rouge - METRICS

Federal Government

SF 294 & SF 295 – filed every six months on March and October of every

year.

SADBUS Plan – filed once a year in July for the following

year.

Multiple diversity classifications spend count on its own merit (multiplier effect

).

Diversity Officer & CFO

Annual corporate and divisional goals –

January.

Monthly Supplier Diversity Report – Corporate &

Divisional.

Spend reporting hierarchy MBE-WBE-VET (no multiplier effect

).

BOD & CFO

Year end supplier diversity performance

report.

Spend reporting hierarchy MBE-WBE-VET (no multiplier effect

).

Annual report in January during CEO

review.

Diversity & Inclusion

Annual divisional performance for MLK

Award.

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ISM- Baton Rouge - CERTIFICATION

What: Becoming a Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity™ (CPSD™) allows you to create high-impact supplier diversity outcomes. Designed for professionals tasked with creating diverse supplier initiatives as well as strategic diversity initiatives, CPSD™ certification gives you exemplary skills and recognition as an expert in the diversity sourcing field.Why: Demand: Supplier diversity expertise is in high demand, at a time when stable, long-lasting relationships are essential to meeting corporate business and inclusion goals.Exclusivity: CPSD™ certification is one of very few programs geared toward effective development and maintenance of a diverse supplier base.Revenue: Salary data shows that supply management employees with certification on average earn higher salaries than those with no certification.

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ISM- Baton Rouge - RESOURCES

http://www.srmsdc.org

http://www.la-ptac.org

http://wbecsouth.org

https://smallbiz.louisianaeconomicdevelopment.com/certifiedbusiness/

Chambers of Commerce in Louisiana

PeopleSoft Vendor Master

Internet - google


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