Gilead uses its scientific expertise to help transform and simplify care for people with life-threatening illnesses around the world. With a portfolio of more than 25 products and hundreds of ongoing and planned clinical studies, we are focused on solving some of the biggest health challenges today. For more than 30 years, Gilead’s products have targeted therapeutic areas of unmet medical need, which today include HIV/AIDS, liver diseases, hematology and oncology, cell therapy, inflammatory diseases and respiratory diseases. To learn more, visit Gilead’s 2020 Year in Review.
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Gilead’s success depends on our ability to collaborate with suppliers worldwide. As part of our procurement and supply-chain strategy, we employ responsible sourcing, supplier inclusion, auditing procedures, green chemistry and sustainable manufacturing and distribution principles to minimize the impact from our procurement and supply chain practices.
We are committed to working with suppliers that share our values related to social, economic and environmental performance. If your company is able to demonstrate your ability to provide quality goods and services at a fair price and commitment to social and environmental responsibilities, we welcome the opportunity to work with you and include you in our success story.
What we buy
Gilead purchases goods and services that include but are not limited to creative and advertising services, construction, facilities operations and supplies, IT hardware, software and consulting services, lab equipment and supplies, logistics and distribution services, manufacturing raw materials and services, market research, pre-clinical service, print services, real estate, staffing and consulting services, and travel related services.
Gilead is always looking for suppliers that offer innovative, quality products and services. We follow a documented strategic sourcing process that helps ensure selection of supplier offerings that best meet Gilead’s business requirements. If you are interested in doing business with Gilead and would like to be considered for inclusion in a future sourcing process, register as a prospective supplier via our supplier registration portal.
Gilead does not condone the use of slavery or human trafficking as well as discrimination based on race, color, gender, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. Gilead endeavors to select suppliers who share our ethical standards and demonstrate compliance with applicable local laws.
To read Gilead’s statement on slavery and human trafficking, click here.
Manufacturing and Distribution
Gilead uses a combination of company owned facilities and strategic third-party partners to manufacture and distribute products worldwide. With manufacturing sites located in the United States, Canada and Ireland, our Pharmaceutical Development and Manufacturing group is committed to reducing the environmental impact associated with manufacturing our products.
Gilead’s suppliers for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and drug products must observe GMP regulations as required by the FDA and other relevant health authorities worldwide. GMP covers all aspects of production including manufacturing procedures, testing methods, maintenance of premises and equipment, training, personal hygiene of staff and appropriate documentation.
At Gilead, we are committed to maintaining the highest standards of legal and ethical conduct; we expect the same of our suppliers. This Supplier Code of Conduct (hereby “Supplier Code”) reflects the business practices and principles of behavior that support this commitment. It should be considered against the backdrop of Gilead’s corporate core values of Integrity, Teamwork, Accountability, Inclusion and Excellence. We expect every supplier to read, understand and agree to the Code and its application to the performance of their supplier responsibilities.
The integrity and reputation of Gilead depends on the honesty, fairness and integrity of not only our employees but the suppliers and third parties that help support our day-to-day activities. In addition to complying with applicable laws, each of us is required to apply common sense, together with our own highest personal ethical standards, in making business decisions where there is no stated guideline in the Supplier Code. Unyielding personal integrity is the foundation of corporate integrity.
For comments or questions on the Supplier Code please contact email@example.com.
Gilead’s Supplier Inclusion Program integrates inclusion and diversity principles into Gilead’s company-wide procurement process.
Consistent with our core value of inclusion, our goal is to create and foster an inclusive and high performing supply base where we embrace and leverage the unique talents of small businesses and/or businesses owned by women, minorities, LGBT individuals, veterans and service-disabled veterans. Read more about Gilead’s thoughts on Supplier Inclusion: Moving Beyond Spend to Measure Impact.
To accomplish our Supplier Inclusion Objectives, we are members of the following organizations:
- Supplier Diversity Pharmaceutical Forum: A forum where members are dedicated to:
- Driving business results through innovation, agility and performance
- Mentoring and developing small and diverse suppliers
- Inclusive procurement
- Sharing best practices
- Western Regional Minority Supplier Development Council: Supports the growth and welfare of minority communities by championing the use of minority-owned businesses in Northern California, Nevada and Hawaii.
We encourage small and diverse suppliers who are interested in doing business with us to register via our Supplier Inclusion Portal. If you register with us and we feel your experience and capabilities align with an area of need, you may be invited to participate in a future request for proposal.