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P&G Policies for Suppliers

P&G Policies and Guidelines relevant for Suppliers

These requirements include some of P&G’s basic policy requirements for suppliers. We expect our suppliers to comply with these policies. For clarification purposes, this list is not exhaustive, and there may be additional policy requirements depending on the goods/services provided.

Policy
Policy/Guideline
Relevant for Suppliers
  Privacy & Security requirements:
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  Relevant for all suppliers handling Personal Data or Highly Restricted data (covered by   MIPAA/Exhibits A/C).
  Conflict of Interest
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  Relevant for all suppliers. See pages 51 + 52 of policy.
  Global Social Media Policy
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  Relevant for all suppliers.
  Gift & Entertainment Policy
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  Relevant for all suppliers.
  World Wide Business Conduct Manual
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  Relevant for all suppliers.
  Anti-bribery Policy
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  Relevant for all suppliers.
  Supplier Sustainability Compliance Guide
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  Relevant for all suppliers.
  Purchase Orders (Terms & Conditions)
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  Relevant for all suppliers.
  Utilization of Non-P&G Workers Policy
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  Relevant for all suppliers providing staffing to complete a service.
  Physical security/badges
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  Relevant for all suppliers who come on-site.
  P&G Competitive Information Collection Policy
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  Yes, relevant for all suppliers.
  Info Asset Classification Guidance
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  Relevant for all suppliers, except for IT strategic suppliers.
  IT Risk Management
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  All suppliers who deploy, manage, or support P&G IT applications, data, platforms,   software, networks and information systems.
  IT Continuity
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  All suppliers who deploy, manage, or support P&G IT applications, data, platforms,   software, networks and information systems.
  IT Change Management
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  All suppliers who deploy, manage, or support P&G IT applications, data, platforms,   software, networks and information systems.
  IT Systems Validation & Testing
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  All suppliers who deploy, manage, or support P&G IT applications, data, platforms,   software, networks and information systems.
  IT Asset Management
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  Relevant for suppliers who will manage IT Assets on behalf of P&G.This typically applies to anyone managing hardware (physical or virtual) devices.
  IT Configuration Management
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  Relevant for all suppliers who manage, deploy or support Configuration Items and   their changes, either internally or externally to the P&G intranet.
  Appropriate Use of Hardware & Software
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  All suppliers using hardware and software applications to conduct business for   P&G, regardless of whether the hardware or software is owned by P&G, the   employee, or by the Third Party.
  Information Asset Classification
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  All suppliers who are storing, transmitting, processing, or otherwise managing   information no matter the physical or digital form of the information or where it is   stored.
  Info Security Threat & Incident Management
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  All suppliers who deploy, manage, or support P&G IT assets (applications, data,   platforms, software, networks and information systems).
  System Access
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  All suppliers who require access privileges to any P&G system to perform their   role.
  Technical Security Management
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  All suppliers who deploy, manage, or support P&G IT assets (applications, data,   platforms, software, networks and information systems).
  U.S. State Requirements for Animal Testing
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  Relevant for all suppliers.
  Beauty Supplier Expectations for Cruelty-Free Brands
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  Relevant for Beauty suppliers.
  Global Violence Free Workplace
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  Relevant for all suppliers.