Supply Chain & Vendor Opportunities
GTO Access Systems, LLC – Procurement Practices
The GTO Access Systems, LLC procurement responsibilities include delivering goods and services in ways that guarantee quality. The supply line is viewed as a strategic component of the business, and GTO Access Systems, LLC is constantly seeking ways to improve its performance and reduce costs. All procurement actions are based on conformance with all applicable laws, regulations and contractual obligations. All suppliers and their representatives are treated fairly and impartially.
Best Overall Value
GTO Access Systems, LLC’s policy is to select suppliers that offer the best overall value. Price is only one component of overall value. Other factors considered include: the management strength of the company; ability to control overhead costs; emphasis on providing quality products and services; support services; and technical depth and abilities. Basically, our goal is to purchase materials of the right quality, in the right quantity, at the right time, at the right price and from the right sources.
Contact GTO Access Systems, LLC
For consideration to become a supplier to GTO Access Systems, LLC, please submit by email only, your company information including contact information, company history, core product lines and any other pertinent information. Your submission will be reviewed for potential consideration on future RFQs. If you are currently supplying product to the access control or related industries, please be certain to share detailed information. Please contact us here.
GTO recently implemented a robust supplier selection and administration process, including a supplier registration protocol that requires suppliers to agree to comply with the Supply Partner Code. GTO does not otherwise engage in a verification of its product supply chains specifically to evaluate and address the risks of human trafficking and slavery. GTO visits certain supplier sites and, upon discovery of any evidence of human trafficking or slavery, would take remedial actions. GTO does not otherwise conduct audits of its suppliers specifically to evaluate compliance with company standards for trafficking and slavery in supply chains.
GTO’s employees are bound by a company-wide Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the “Employee Code”), which requires employees to report all legal, ethical, and policy violations, either internally and through a variety of anonymous resources. The goal of the Employee Code is to achieve a supportive, professional, and respectful work environment. The Employee Code also requires that employees obey all laws, which include laws against forced labor and human trafficking. GTO’s employees are required to take annual trainings on, and to certify adherence to, the Employee Code.
GTO maintains internal accountability standards and procedures through the establishment of a 24-hour hotline to enable its employees and supply partners to report violations of GTO policies, or any unethical or illegal conduct that has been observed.
Web Portal: melrose.ethicspoint.com
Reports made through any of the foregoing channels will be thoroughly investigated and addressed appropriately.