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Supplier Relations

Global Procurement at Bank of America

Commodity code

UNSPSC®, the United Nations Standard Products and Service Codes, is a classification system that codes supplier service offerings. If you are unable to locate the product/service that best fits the description of your business, visit to search for the closest match.

D-U-N-S® Number

D-U-N-S stands for data universal numbering system. A nine-digit D-U-N-S Number uniquely identifies an individual business. This number can be used to access a database that provides information about that company, including name, address, telephone number, line of business and number of employees. D-U-N-S Numbers are assigned and maintained by Dun & Bradstreet.

What you'll need to register

  • Dun & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number
  • Company name, address and phone number
  • Contact name, address, phone number and email address
  • Number of employees
  • Year company was established
  • Commodity code (products/services provided by your company)
  • State of Organization/Incorporation
  • Company ownership (public or non-public)
  • If you were invited to register, we’ll also ask you for your Bank of America contact and sourcing/RFX Code
  • For U.S. registrations, diversity and small business classification (if applicable), gross revenue and fiscal year close date

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Bank of America supplier. You can register online to introduce your company's products or services to us. The information you provide will be treated confidentially and is subject to reasonable and prudent safeguards against improper disclosure.

Supplier diversity

Our suppliers include minorities and people with disabilities, as well as businesses owned by veterans, women, and individuals in the LGBT community. In 2015, Bank of America spent $2.1 billion with diverse businesses.

Supplier diversity

Supplier relations

Our Global Procurement team is responsible for the procurement of products and services for use by
Bank of America and our affiliates. Developing good relationships with our suppliers benefits both Bank of America and those who do business with us.

Supplier relations

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