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SAP Supplier Code of Conduct
SAP’s global procurement organization continuously strives to contribute to our purpose – to help the world run better and improve people’s lives. Pledged to the goal of integrating sustainability into SAP’s core business, our procurement policy and practices are based on high ethical standards. As we regard our supplier base as a critical and a necessary extension of our operations and success, we are committed to create positive impact throughout our supply chain.
Acceptable conduct expected from SAP's contractors, consultants, suppliers, vendors, and all other third-party companies that comprise SAP’s supply chain is detailed in the supplier code of conduct, which all new suppliers must sign. This code of conduct is based on our commitment to the United Nations Global Compact, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the International Labour Organization.
Notice of recent updates
The SAP Supplier Code of Conduct has recently been updated. Please take a moment review changes regarding:
- Human Rights Due Diligence - HRDD project has been set up to implement new German Supply Chain Due Diligence law which is coming into effect on January 1st, 2023. Objective of this law is to improve the respect for human rights globally by requiring companies to ensure that human rights are being respected throughout their entire supply chains
- Social & Inclusive Supply Chain
- Environmental Standards with impact on Human Rights
- Reporting channels