COMPANIES ON THE MILITARY FRIENDLY® SUPPLIER DIVERSITY LIST ARE EAGER TO DO BUSINESS WITH VETERANS BECAUSE IT’S GOOD FOR THE BOTTOM LINE.

A unique aspect of the Military Friendly® program is its extension across four pillars: veteran employment, military spouse employment, military consumer services and protections, and veteran-owned business supplier programs.

The Military Friendly® Supplier Diversity list identifies 91 companies that demonstrate their commitment to the veteran community by the extent to which they include veteran-owned businesses in their supplier diversity programs. These corporations are eager to do business with vetrepreneurs because it’s good for the own bottom line. 

If you’re looking for corporations to partner with, the Military Friendly® Supplier Diversity list is a great place to start.

The Military Friendly® Supplier Diversity Program list is created each year based on extensive research using public data sources for more than 8,800 employers nationwide, and responses to the proprietary, data-driven Military Friendly® Companies survey from participating companies.

The survey questions, methodology, criteria, and weighting were developed with the assistance of an independent research firm. Ernst & Young, a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction, and advisory services, independently evaluated the scoring methodology used for the Military Friendly® Supplier Diversity Program list using the criteria set forth by VIQTORY. The services performed by EY are limited to advisory procedures and do not provide assurance over the scoring methodology. The survey is administered for free and is open to all employers that wish to participate.

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TOP 10 MILITARY FRIENDLY® SUPPLIER DIVERSITY PROGRAMS

1 AECOM
2 Merck & Co., Inc.
3CACI International Inc.
4American Water
5Lockheed Martin Corporation
6Hilton
7Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
8IBM
9Comcast NBCUniversal
10Boeing

2020 MILITARY FRIENDLY® SUPPLIER DIVERSITY PROGRAMS

ADPBusiness ServicesOver $5 Billion
AECOMDefenseOver $5 Billion
AT&TTelecommunicationsOver $5 Billion
Adecco GroupBusiness ServicesOver $5 Billion
AmerenEnergy, Extraction, and Utilities$1 Billion to $5 Billion
American Red CrossCharitable and Human ServicesGov./Non-Profit
American WaterEnergy, Extraction, and Utilities$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Anthem, Inc.Health and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
Archer Daniels Midland CompanyManufacturingOver $5 Billion
Baxter Healthcare CorporationHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
Bayer U.S. LLCHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
Bison ProFab, Inc.ManufacturingLess than $500 Million
BoeingManufacturingOver $5 Billion
Bristol-Myers SquibbHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
CACI International Inc.Defense$1 Billion to $5 Billion
CVS HealthHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
CintasBusiness ServicesOver $5 Billion
CitiFinancial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
Citizens BankFinancial Services and Banking$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Combined Insurance, a Chubb CompanyInsurance$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Comcast NBCUniversalTelecommunicationsOver $5 Billion
Corizon HealthHealth and Pharmaceutical Services$1 Billion to $5 Billion
DaVita, Inc.Health and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
Dominion Energy, Inc.Energy, Extraction, and UtilitiesOver $5 Billion
DynCorp InternationalDefense$1 Billion to $5 Billion
FirstEnergyEnergy, Extraction, and UtilitiesOver $5 Billion
General Dynamics Information TechnologyInformation TechnologyOver $5 Billion
General Dynamics Mission SystemsDefenseOver $5 Billion
GuidehouseBusiness Services$500 Million to $1 Billion
HP Inc.Information TechnologyOver $5 Billion
Haywood Vocational OpportunitiesHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesGov./Non-Profit
Health Care Service CorporationInsuranceOver $5 Billion
Hewlett Packard EnterpriseInformation Technology$1 Billion to $5 Billion
HiltonHospitalityOver $5 Billion
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New JerseyInsuranceGov./Non-Profit
IBMInformation TechnologyOver $5 Billion
Ingersoll RandManufacturingOver $5 Billion
JCPenneyRetail Consumer GoodsOver $5 Billion
JLLReal EstateOver $5 Billion
JPMorgan Chase & Co.Financial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
Kaiser PermanenteHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesGov./Non-Profit
LAUNCH Technical Workforce Solutions, LLCAir and Rail TransportationLess than $500 Million
La Quinta by Wyndham (LQ Management, LLC)Hospitality$500 Million to $1 Billion
LeidosInformation TechnologyOver $5 Billion
Lexmark International, Inc.Information Technology$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Lockheed Martin CorporationDefenseOver $5 Billion
Lowe’s Companies, IncRetail Consumer GoodsOver $5 Billion
ManTech InternationalInformation Technology$1 Billion to $5 Billion
MassMutualInsuranceOver $5 Billion
McKesson CorporationHealth and Pharmaceutical Services$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Merck & Co., Inc.Health and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
MetLifeInsurance$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Methodist Health SystemHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesGov./Non-Profit
Morgan StanleyFinancial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
Navient Solutions LLCBusiness Services$1 Billion to $5 Billion
NielsenInformation TechnologyOver $5 Billion
Norfolk Southern CorporationAir and Rail TransportationOver $5 Billion
Northwell HealthHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesGov./Non-Profit
Olympus Corporation of the AmericasHealth and Pharmaceutical Services$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Omni FinancialFinancial Services and BankingLess than $500 Million
Oshkosh CorporationManufacturing$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Pacific Gas & Electric CompanyEnergy, Extraction, and Utilities$1 Billion to $5 Billion
PrincipalFinancial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
Prudential Financial, Inc.Financial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
Public Service Enterprise GroupEnergy, Extraction, and UtilitiesOver $5 Billion
RTI InternationalCharitable and Human ServicesGov./Non-Profit
Randstad USABusiness ServicesLess than $500 Million
Regions BankFinancial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
Shell Oil CompanyEnergy, Extraction, and UtilitiesOver $5 Billion
Southern California EdisonEnergy, Extraction, and UtilitiesOver $5 Billion
Southwest Airlines Co.Air and Rail Transportation$1 Billion to $5 Billion
SprintTelecommunicationsOver $5 Billion
T-Mobile US, Inc.TelecommunicationsOver $5 Billion
Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)Energy, Extraction, and UtilitiesGov./Non-Profit
The GEO Group, Inc.Business Services$1 Billion to $5 Billion
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber CompanyManufacturingOver $5 Billion
The Home DepotRetail Consumer GoodsOver $5 Billion
The Procter & Gamble CompanyRetail Consumer GoodsOver $5 Billion
TravelersInsuranceOver $5 Billion
USAAFinancial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
United Rentals, Inc.Business ServicesOver $5 Billion
UnitedHealth GroupHealth and Pharmaceutical ServicesOver $5 Billion
VERIZONTelecommunicationsOver $5 Billion
Vectrus Systems CorporationDefense$1 Billion to $5 Billion
WalmartRetail Consumer GoodsOver $5 Billion
Wells Fargo & CompanyFinancial Services and BankingOver $5 Billion
Werner EnterprisesTrucking and Transportation$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Windstream CommunicationsTelecommunicationsOver $5 Billion
Worthington IndustriesManufacturing$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Xcel EnergyEnergy, Extraction, and Utilities$1 Billion to $5 Billion
Zeiders Enterprises Inc.Charitable and Human ServicesLess than $500 Million

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