Georgia Power actively seeks small and diverse businesses that offer quality goods and professional services. Our goal is to promote the economic growth and prosperity of the communities we serve and to have a supplier base representative of our customer base. Find out if your company can become a provider of services or goods for Georgia Power.
Corporate Focus: Diversity
With a corporate focus on maintaining the diversity of our supppliers, Georgia Power and Southern Company have designed award-winning initiatives to provide solid business opportunities for small and diverse businesses. These include the following categories:
- Veteran-owned small
- Service disabled veteran-owned small
- Woman-owned small
- Small disadvantaged business concerns
We continually take steps to provide solid business opportunities to these suppliers, to maximize their participation in the procurement process and to widen the pool of high-quality suppliers of materials and services that the company needs.
Georgia Power believes that a diverse supplier base not only makes good business sense, but it also maximizes the value of our supply chain through the following:
Cultivation: We promote diversity that adds quality and helps proven suppliers grow and develop their businesses through mentoring opportunities.
Citizenship: We strive to be a good corporate citizen and improve the economies of the communities we serve.
Compliance: We comply with all regulatory guidelines, adhere to regulatory agencies and meet our spending goals with a pool of certified, high-quality suppliers.
If you are a supplier and would like to do business with Georgia Power or any of the operating companies of Southern Company—which include Alabama Power, Gulf Power and Mississippi Power—please register now.
Questions or comments? Email the supplier diversity division of Georgia Power's parent company, Southern Company.
For more information, please read the Georgia Power Supplier Diversity & Development Fact Sheet.
We value our relationships with diverse suppliers. If you are a minority business owner and would like to work with Georgia Power or any of the other entities within Southern Company, please register now.
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