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Supplier Diversity at Stewart

Stewart is committed to a comprehensive supplier diversity program that ensures various suppliers are included in the procurement process. Through this initiative, we will deliver quality goods and services to our customers at cost-effective prices, while providing value to our shareholders. Stewart strives to work with qualified suppliers that reflect the broad customer diversity within the markets we serve.

We believe in purchasing products and services from minority groups, women, disabled veterans and small businesses, while encouraging an internal work ethic that embraces supplier diversity. Stewart will continue to lead the effort in recognizing the importance of diverse suppliers. By doing so, we can provide customers with economical solutions, while enhancing our competitive edge.

Supplier Qualifications

If you would like to become involved in Stewart’s Supplier Diversity program, you must meet certain qualifications. At least 51% of your business should be owned, operated and controlled by one or more of the following:

  • Minority Business Enterprise
  • Women Business Enterprise
  • Disabled Veterans

If the business is publicly owned, at least 51% of the stock must be owned by a minority individual or group.

Also, it is imperative that suppliers offer quality products and services, competitive pricing and timely delivery on all items.


One of the first steps in becoming a supplier is filling out a short registration form. Please contact Cynthia Garcia to request a copy of the form.


All businesses interested in participating in Stewart’s Supplier Diversity program must be certified. Below are a few acceptable third-party agencies.

  • National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
  • Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
  • U.S. Small Business Administration
  • Local, state, or federal government agencies.

For more information, contact us at supplierdiversity@stewart.com.