At Fannie Mae, we strive to maintain relationships with suppliers of impeccable integrity and business practices who provide our company with quality products and services for excellent value. We have a long-standing commitment to diversity and have an active program for the inclusion of women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities, as well as women-, minority-, and disabled-owned businesses. Fannie Mae's Corporate Procurement office is the central purchasing office for the company.
Fannie Mae has the following expectations of our suppliers
Fannie Mae publishes select contracting opportunities as part of its efforts to encourage broad participation and bid submission by interested parties. Companies, firms, and individuals are encouraged to review the information provided in this website before registering to be considered for these contracting opportunities. Please click here to view contracting opportunities within our ProcureOne system.
For more information about responding to a Contracting Opportunity with Fannie Mae, please use this guide.
In 2008, Congress passed the Housing and Economic Recovery Act (HERA). In part, HERA is aimed at ensuring, to the maximum extent possible in balance with financially safe and sound business practices, the inclusion and utilization of minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities as suppliers to entities like Fannie Mae. HERA has allowed Fannie Mae to expand our diversity outreach efforts to minority individuals, women, and individuals with disabilities, as well as to a broader group of minority-, women- and disabled-owned businesses.
In reviewing and evaluating supplier responses to Requests for Proposals, Fannie Mae will seek the most qualified bidders considering, among other things, the diversity of the bidders as a component in the process.
Fannie Mae continues to maintain our commitment to small business; 8(a) businesses; veteran- or disabled-owned businesses; Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) businesses; as well as HUBZone businesses and Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions.
Fannie Mae is a member of several business councils that address diverse supplier business concerns, and we participate in and sponsor numerous business opportunity fairs and conferences across the country.
Fannie Mae is committed to equal contracting opportunity for interested suppliers, in its contracting with financial institutions, investment banking firms, investment consultants or advisors, financial services entities, mortgage banking firms, asset management entities, underwriters, accountants, brokers, broker-dealers, and providers of legal services, among others.
Fannie Mae prohibits reprisal or retaliation against any individual who reports or files a complaint relating to discrimination in the contracting process, or who participates in or cooperates with an investigation into such allegation(s).
If you believe that a violation of this Equal Contracting Opportunity statement has occurred, or if someone has reported a violation to you, you should promptly notify the Supplier Diversity team by:
Sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
If you wish to remain anonymous, you may submit your complaint via the Compliance & Ethics 1-888-FM-ETHICS phone line.
All complaints will be reviewed and investigated. Upon completion of the investigation, a response will be provided.
Fannie Mae purchases a variety of goods and services. Be sure that your company's offerings are on the list of goods and services (PDF) that Fannie Mae purchases before registering as a prospective Fannie Mae supplier. Also check to see whether your company meets our minimum supplier requirements.
Commodity Listing - Products and Services (PDF)
We welcome the registration of new suppliers. Please follow the links provided for our supplier application.
Our success in promoting and increasing procurement opportunities for diverse suppliers has been recognized by numerous organizations.