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Doing Business with MassMutual

At Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual), we seek to maximize value offered to our customers by engaging suppliers to help us hone our competitive edge in the marketplace. We work to identify potential suppliers who can provide quality goods and services to meet our business needs.

Sourcing Practices

MassMutual conducts business with the utmost expectation of integrity and fairness and works to avoid conflicts of interest of any kind. As one of our suppliers, we expect you to share our commitment to act ethically, with integrity and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Our Code of Conduct for Suppliers articulates the principles, values and expectations of behavior we have for our suppliers when doing business with MassMutual.

Supplier Code of Conduct (PDF)

Determine if You're Eligible

1. Do you:
  • Deliver quality products and services in a timely manner?
  • Have competitive prices?
  • Proactively support the products and services you provide?

2. Ensure you offer a product/service that MassMutual purchases.

3. Agree to the Supplier Code of Conduct above.

Supplier Diversity

MassMutual actively seeks diverse suppliers from underserved communities for inclusion in competitive bids and awarding of contracts. Diverse businesses and those from underserved communities are defined as: for-profit, U.S. based and at least 51% owned by a woman, ethnic minority, LGBT, veteran and/or individual(s) with a disability or has received certification as a HUB-Zone or small business from a state or federal agency. Owners should be able to demonstrate day-to-day control and management of the company. Certification by a recognized third party is encouraged, but not required. Recognized third parties include:

National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)