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Working with IAG
We want to make working with us as easy as possible. Prior to becoming a supplier to IAG, we require suppliers to complete a risk assessment, agree to our Supplier Code of Conduct and standard business terms. IAG suppliers complete the risk assessment using the Vendor Assessment Portal. Suppliers will follow the process outlined below to complete this process:
Please see guidance here for more information on how to access the Vendor Assessment Portal, and where to find support when completing the risk assessment process.
For more information about how IAG manages risk, please visit the Risk management page on our website.
How we engage with suppliers
We are committed to paying our suppliers on time. To ensure prompt payment, suppliers should confirm they have received an approved purchase order prior to delivering goods or services to IAG and submit accurate invoices referencing the received purchase order number.
In Australia, our preference is to issue purchase orders and receive electronic invoices via the SAP Ariba Network. SAP Fieldglass is used to support procurement of workforce contractors. If these systems are not enabled for your region, please follow local guidance for efficient and timely payment of your invoice.
Read our purchase order terms.
IAG promotes and seeks diversity across its supply base and we are proud to partner with Supply Nation and Social Traders to help build a sustainable supply chain. For more information, please read our Elevate RAP.
Want to work with IAG as a supplier?
IAG is interested in working with a diverse range of suppliers. Expressions of interest can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will follow up if and when there is an appropriate business requirement.
For general enquiries and information about the use of IAG brand logos, please visit the Contact us section of this site.