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Diversity Supply Chain

'Supplier diversity' (also known as 'inclusive procurement') is considered to be the proactive activity undertaken by contracting authorities to ensure that all relevant, potential suppliers have the fair and equal opportunity to complete for business within their supply chains.

Diversity Supply Chain

This can include micro, small and medium enterprises (broadly those with fewer than 10, fewer than 50 and fewer than 250 employees respectively), social enterprises, 'local' vendors (where 'local' is defined by the scope of the contract) and enterprises that are majority owned and controlled by minority groups including, but not limited to, Indigenous Australians, ethnic minorities, immigrants, women, LGBTQ+ people, armed forces veterans and people with a disability.

INTTN advocates and works hard to not only promote supply chain diversity, but live and breathe it everyday.

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