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Is the business presently certified as a minority or
women-owned business with any governmental agency or body such
as the Small Business Administration, The Minority Business
Development Agency, or an affiliated Council of the National
Minority Supplier Development Council, Regional affiliate
council of the Women Business Enterprise National Council,
Lowe's seeks to grow and diversify the list of potential suppliers that are analyzed in our purchasing of goods and services. There is a stated policy to ensure that a competitive, ethical, and professional analysis of the market is conducted with each sourcing event / product line review. This process creates a foundation for how Lowe's chooses between qualified suppliers and drives how we analyze for the best price/value offered by and contracted with the selected supplier.In accordance with 15 USC 645(d), any person who misrepresents a business' proper size classification shall (1) be punished by imposition of a fine, imprisonment, or both; (2) be subject to administrative remedies; and (3) be ineligible for participation in programs conducted under the authority of the Small Business Act. Please visit www.sba.gov for more information and classification details.
Becoming a supplier for Lowe's is a two- step process. Your company must be registered as a supplier and then your company must offer a more competitive program / innovative product than others considered in our sourcing events / product line reviews. In order to be included and ready for these opportunities as they arise, we request that all potential vendors complete the attached form. Once completed and confirmed by Lowe's, your company will be added to the supplier database. Your company, once recorded in the database, will be reviewed and if a need aligns with your company's abilities / product offerings (core competency, capabilities, etc.), be given an opportunity to submit a proposal. Realize that your company's addition to the database is not the trigger for inclusion in the Request for Proposal (RFP) process, or Product Line Reviews, as these are driven by the expiration of existing long term contracts and new business initiatives.
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