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Prospective supplier enrollment & FAQ


How can prospective suppliers enroll?

Allstate prospective supplier enrollment process

Companies who want to conduct business with Allstate should complete our Prospective Supplier Engagement Form.

Once you submit your information, it will be automatically downloaded to our Allstate Prospective Supplier Database, which is accessed by the Supplier Selection Team. Prospective supplier information is then communicated to our category managers on a regular basis for possible inclusion in our future sourcing efforts. If we determine there is a need for your products or services, the appropriate category manager will contact you.

Here's a list of what you will need to complete the form

To help you complete the form, here's a handy list of what information you will need to provide:

  • Commodity
  • Legal Company Name, Contact Name, Contact Job Title, Contact Email Address
  • Company's web (URL) address
  • How long your company has been in business and number of employees
  • Company's annual revenue
  • Geographic markets you service
  • Any prior work performed for Allstate

Your information will be maintained in our Allstate Prospective Supplier Database. It's your responsibility to keep Allstate informed of any changes to your company's status.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

How should I update my information, and who should I contact if I have additional questions?

To update your prospective supplier profile in our database, you must complete the entire Prospective Supplier Engagement Form again, even if only minor changes are made.

To be recognized as a diverse supplier, does my company need to be certified?

Diverse suppliers are at least 51-percent owned by minorities, women, veterans, people with disabilities or LGBTQ+ persons.

A company must provide certification by one of the following organizations listed on the Supplier Diversity page to be eligible for our supplier diversity program . Allstate will also accept certification from local, state or federal government agencies. Allstate does not accept self-certification. We encourage you to obtain certification from one of these councils or agencies.

Does certification guarantee that business will be conducted with my company?

No, certification will enable us to properly determine diversity status but is not to be considered as a guarantee of conducting business with Allstate.

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