As a regular and ongoing part of our business practice and sourcing strategy, Roche Diagnostics is committed to the principle and practice of partnering with United States small businesses. This includes businesses classified as small and those that are owned and operated by disadvantage, service-disabled veterans, veterans, minorities, women or those located in a historically underutilized business zone (HUBZone). Partnerships with such organizations are an integral part of our supply base. Supplier Diversity adds to our competitive strengths and creates our unique culture as a business enterprise.


Roche Diagnostics uses the United States Federal Government definitions for Small, Small Disadvantaged, Women-owned, HUBZone, Service-disabled Veteran, and Veteran owned small businesses as established by the North American Industry Classification System - NAICS codes). Once you know your NAICS code, the Table of Size Standards are located on the Small Business Administration's (SBA) website. If you cannot determine your NAICS code, please contact your local SBA office.


Please click here for a copy of Roche Diagnostics' certification requirements for Small, Small Disadvantaged, Minority-owned, Woman-owned, HUBZone, Veteran-owned, and Service Disabled Veteran-owned businesses.

If you want to be considered for bid opportunities, please send an e-mail with your company's contact information to: We use the Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database as a search tool. We may not have a current requirement for your capabilities and we may not know when such a requirement will occur. However, once a need has been identified, a Roche Diagnostics employee will contact you with bid information.


If you have any questions about our Supplier Diversity initiatives, please send an e-mail to Roche Diagnostics Supplier Diversity.