4-Step Vendor Qualification Process
Interested vendors may email Ayala Land-Vendor Relationship Management Division at firstname.lastname@example.org (Landline: 975-8717). Kindly provide the ff. information:
- Company Name:
- Contact Person:
- Contact Number:
- Email Address:
- Nature of Business:
- Referred by: (if any)
Vendor Management Unit endorses application to Dun & Bradstreet (D&BP) for the vendor evaluation and pre-qualification process.
D&B will coordinate with applicant vendor for the corresponding prequalification fees and required documents to be submitted.
Kindly take note that prequalification will only commence upon complete submission of all required documents**
** D&B prequalification validation process: Metro Manila – 7-10 working days; Provincial Area – 12 working days
After clearing the D&B prequalification process, vendors are endorsed to ALI Vendor Management Unit. Vendors then get to be part of the vendor database for ready reference of Ayala Land users.
DUN & BRADSTREET PHILIPPINES, INC. MANILA EMAIL ADDRESS.: email@example.com
Dun & Bradstreet Philippines, Inc. 3rd Flr. Cargohaus Bldg. Brgy. Vitalez MIA Road NAIA Complex Parañaque City Tel No: 801-9397/801-9751 Cebu Office: Tel.6332.233.6053 Fax. 6332.233.6051
Code of Ethics
Values have been the foundation of the Ayala Group of Companies over the last 175 years. Beyond strategic, operational or financial success, the Ayala Group has been defined by its continued commitment to doing things the right way even in the face of uncertainty.
To that end, Ayala Land, Inc. has established a Code of Ethical Behaviour for all employees. In addition to this, all the members of the procurement organization in ALI and its subsidiaries subscribe to the Principles and Standards of Ethical Supply Management Conduct set by the Institute for Supply Management and this is available for public viewing at this web link: ISM – Tools – Principles and Standards of Ethical Supply Management Conduct – with Accompanying Guidelines
ALI expects that its vendors will share and embrace the letter and spirit of our commitment to these sets of standards and principles.
While the Company understands that vendors are independent entities, their business practice and actions may significantly cause an impact on its valued reputation. Hence, ALI expects all vendors and their employees, agents and subcontractors to adhere to this Vendors’ Code of Ethics (the “Code”) during the conduct of business with and/or on behalf of ALI. All vendors should educate their representatives to ensure they understand and comply with the Code.
ALI is committed to the highest standards of quality and business integrity in its dealings with vendors and ensuring that working conditions in its sites are safe, that workers are also treated with respect and dignity, and that its real estate projects and properties are environmentally and socially responsible.
As ALI endorses this Code, it enjoins all vendors to support this Code.
Compliance with the Code Of Ethics
ALI expects compliance with all standards and provisions set in this Code from all vendors. Vendors are expected to do what is necessary to comply with this Code. Vendors are expected to be familiar with the business practices of their own vendors and sub-contractors and ensure that they operate consistent with the guidelines contained in and the provisions of this Code. Failure of a vendor to comply with this Code may result in the discontinuance of its business relationship with ALI.
At the outset, it is imperative to understand that a business, in all of its activities, must operate in full compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations. This Code encourages vendors to go beyond legal compliance and draws upon internationally recognized standards, in order to advance social and environmental responsibility.
Compliance With Client’s Code Of Ethics
The Company expects that an engaged vendor will comply with all the applicable rules, policies, procedures, or codes of conduct maintained by such client, even if they are more restrictive than the provisions of this Code. If a vendor believes that a client rule conflicts with any provision of the Code, the vendor is expected to resolve the situation in a mutually satisfactory manner with his/her primary contacts with ALI and the client in order to resolve the situation in a mutually satisfactory manner.
Business Integrity Program
To our valued vendors and suppliers,
In line with the official announcement regarding the implementation of the ALI Business Integrity Program which we announced to you last July 30, please be informed that its reporting channels are now operational. These will enable any individual to come forward and report fraud, violations of laws, rules and regulations, or misconduct in the organization. The channels are as follows:
|Face-to-face Meetings||At the option of the whistleblower, he can meet with any member of the ALI Ethics Committee or
employees of ALI/Subsidiary.
However, it is the responsibility of the Operator of
face-to-face meetings to refer and fully disclose the
Whistleblowing Report to ALI IAD. The Operator of a face-to-face meeting shall ask the Whistleblower if he is willing to sign the transcript of discussions between them.
|Fax||(02) 886-5506 local 208|
|Makati City PO Box Number 1375Attention to: ALI Business Integrity Channel|
Should you decide to use the website: ProActive Hotline, you may refer to the step by step guide on how to use the website.
These channels allow anonymous reporting and maintain the confidentiality of information/data provided while protecting the concerned individual against retaliation. It will be operated by an independent third-party service provider. To know more, we highly recommend that you go over the following documents:
For your guidance.