T-Mobile doesn't just recognize diversity, we celebrate it.
These partnerships connect us to a more whole and diverse business community, and that lets us provide products and services that not only suit our customer's needs, but unleash possibilities.
Provide access and fair and equitable opportunity for minority owned, woman owned, LGBT owned, veteran or service-disabled veteran owned, disability owned, and SBA-defined small and disadvantaged businesses to be included as direct and indirect suppliers. Grow a robust supply chain that reflects our diversity and values, strengthens our customer relationships and economically develops the communities we serve.
How the program works.
Be recognized by T-Mobile as a Diverse and Small Supplier
If your business is a minority owned, woman owned, LGBT owned, veteran or service-disabled veteran owned, disability owned, and SBA-defined small and disadvantaged businesses and you would like to work with T‑Mobile, we would like to hear from you. Sign up on T‑Mobile’s Diverse and Small Supplier Clearinghouse (external) . Need some help successfully filling out your company profile? We’ve got you covered. Take a look at our training video on how to Register on the T‑Mobile Diverse & Small Supplier Clearinghouse (external) .
Get certified by California’s Supplier Clearinghouse
The California Supplier Clearinghouse (external) certifies MBE, WBE, DVBE, and LGBTBE firms nationwide and publishes a directory for use by participating utility companies like T-Mobile and the public. These activities are governed by General Order 156 of the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) (external) .
Get verified by VetBiz
Veteran and service-disabled veteran owned small businesses can undergo verification and register at VetBiz.gov (external) . These activities are governed by the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization’s Center for Verification and Evaluation in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Self-certify as small
The System for Award Management (external) is the primary database of vendors doing business with the Federal Government. Businesses that adhere to the industry size standards (external) established by the U.S. Small Business Administration can register (external) and self-certify their business as small, as well as SBA certified classifications such as small disadvantaged and HUBZone.