Fluor's Supplier Diversity Program
Supplier diversity is an integral component of Fluor's sustainability program, which contributes to environmental stewardship, economic growth and social progress. The Supplier Diversity Program aligns with corporate and client project goals and standards of the U.S. Government regarding small minority- and women-owned businesses.
Diverse supplier categories include minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, LGBT-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, historically underutilized business and Small Business Administration (SBA)-defined small business concerns. Our program proactively identifies new diverse suppliers through research, diversity council partnerships, participation in trade fairs, workshops and conferences.
Fluor holds its supply chain accountable to high standards for business practices, including adherence to fair business practices, U.S. federal, state and municipal laws of the prime contract and Fluor's business code of conduct for suppliers and contractors.
Why Supplier Diversity Matters at Fluor
Diverse businesses contribute significantly to Fluor’s overarching goal of providing clients with the highest quality services at competitive costs. Diverse suppliers make us stronger, more resilient and better able to handle the challenges of the future, enhancing the achievements of our employees, clients, shareholders and communities.
As a global company, Fluor operates across highly diverse markets that are best served by teams of diverse resources, including employees, partners, subcontractors and suppliers.
Supply chain inclusion creates economic impact where we execute work and do business.