Welcome to Microsoft Procurement
Accessibility 101: Intro to disability and accessibility
In this training course, you will explore different types of disabilities to learn about etiquette, accessibility features and tools in Microsoft products, and compliance.Play the video
Our commitment to sustainability
By 2030, Microsoft will be carbon negative. By 2050, Microsoft will remove all of the carbon it has emitted since it was founded in 1975.
We have an opportunity and an obligation to push towards greater diversity and inclusion through our actions and partnerships.
Corporate social responsibility
We are working to foster a sustainable future where everyone has access to the benefits and opportunities created by technology.
Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action
Be compliant with federal Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action regulations.
Microsoft recognizes contributions by suppliers
The MSP Excellence Awards recognize excellence by Microsoft's top suppliers in performance, relationship, value, reduced risk, diversity, sustainability, and impact sourcing.
SSPA program updates
Microsoft updated the Program Guide and Data Protection Requirements (DPR) for the Supplier Security and Privacy Assurance (SSPA) program in November 2020. Suppliers enrolled in the SSPA program should take note of these changes.
Supplier parental leave
This policy will ensure that a wide variety of suppliers that do business with Microsoft in the U.S. will provide their employees who handle our work with paid parental leave.
Microsoft takes all compliance concerns very seriously. If supplier companies or external staff have concerns about ethics or compliance with any of Microsoft’s supplier policies or requirements, please reach out to our Business Conduct Hotline.