About Ontario Power Generation (OPG)
OPG's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) Strategy is a 10 year roadmap to guide our journey towards ED&I excellence. It seeks to ensure that all Ontarians are aware of OPG’s ED&I Promise and how the company plans to achieve it.
Building on the Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Benchmarks model, the Strategy identifies four areas of focus – Foundation, People, Connection and Community – and 15 priorities that will be achieved through short, medium and long‐term ED&I initiatives involving key business units at OPG.
OPG’s Reconciliation Action Plan is our road map for how we intend to work in partnership with Indigenous communities, businesses and organizations to advance reconciliation. It’s also about how we intend to grow and continue learning as an organization.
Our Plan is a living document that will continuously evolve as new initiatives and opportunities emerge. But the one overriding premise is that we cannot do this on our own. We will work with Indigenous communities, businesses, organizations -- and all our partners across the sector -- to bring our Plan to life.
Tier II Program Reporting Requirements
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) requires that suppliers who participate in the 2nd Tier Program submit performance reports detailing purchasing data covering spend with the following supplier classifications:
- Minority-owned Business (MBE)
- Woman-owned Business (WBE)
- Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Owned Business (LGBT)
- Veteran-owned Business (VET)
- Disabled-owned Business (DISABLED)
- Alaskan Native Corporations (ANC)
- Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Business (EDWOSB)
- Women Owned Small Business (WOSB)
Reports must be submitted monthly basis. The reporting period will open on the first day of the month and be open for 30 days.
*Please access your UniTier account to learn of any changes made to your customer's reporting due dates