Disability Rights Washington is revising our procurement processes and is seeking information from past vendors and potential new vendors to create an updated vendor list.

Disability Rights Washington pursues human and legal rights for people with disabilities. As such we recently decided to align our spending practices with our day to day advocacy. We want to prioritize doing business with individuals and entities committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We ask that you share some information about your company to help us in our purchasing decisions.

Please answer the questions below. Thank you!

DEI Procurement

We want to prioritize doing business with individuals and entities committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We ask that you share some information about your company to help us in our purchasing decisions.
  • Do you have a written commitment to diversity?
  • Do you specifically recruit to create a more diverse workforce?
  • Do your job postings encourage diversity in applicants?
  • Do you have programs in place to support your diverse workforce such as affinity or employee resource groups and mentoring programs?
  • Is your business owned by someone who identifies as having a disability*?
    *disability is broad category and includes physical, sensory, learning, and intellectual disabilities as well as mental illness and is not necessarily linked with qualifying or accessing disability specific benefits or services
  • Is your business owned by someone who identifies as a member of a racial or ethnic minority group or other underrepresented group?