NTT DATA will strive to provide competitive opportunities with fairness to both domestic and foreign suppliers, and to build mutual trust and understanding.
NTT DATA will conduct economically rational procurement of competitive goods and services that meet its business needs, deciding suppliers based on quality, price, delivery times and stable supply in a comprehensive manner.
NTT DATA Group will contribute to realizing a sustainable society by doing procurement with an emphasis on human rights, the environment, safety, and other critical issues, in compliance with laws and social norms.
The NTT DATA Group has published the "NTT DATA Group Guidelines for Sustainability in Supply Chain" as a document in which the NTT DATA Group asks its suppliers to comply with the ideal supply chain in consideration of social issues such as human rights, the environment, safety, etc. These guidelines specify the measures that each company in the supply chain should take on its own initiative to realize a sustainable society. In this guideline, the contents that suppliers are required to comply with are the same as the NTT Group Guidelines for Sustainability in Supply Chain, which are common guidelines for the NTT Group.
The Guidelines will be revised as necessary in accordance with changes in the NTT DATA Group's activity policies.
The "NTT Group Green Procurement Standards" are published to supplement the environmental content of the "NTT Group Guidelines for Sustainability in Supply Chain". These standards describe the outline of the NTT Group's environmental activities, items that suppliers should consider, refer to, and strive for, laws and regulations, and evaluation items for suppliers and products in procurement. This document applies to NTT Group companies, including overseas companies.
NTT DATA established "NTT DATA Carbon-neutral Vision 2050" to realize carbon neutrality by 2050.
We commit to achieving carbon neutrality in Scope 1 and 2 by 2040, and net zero in Scope 1, 2, and 3 by 2050.
NTT DATA Carbon-neutral Vision 2050