Compliance and Ethics
Federal-Mogul is dedicated to transparency and ethical business practices. Our suppliers are held to these same high standards through our various purchasing policies.

Supplier Diversity
Federal-Mogul actively seeks opportunities to create diverse supplier partnerships globally. Specifically, in the United States, we recognize that having a diverse supplier base, including veteran business enterprise (VBE), service-disabled veteran business enterprise (SDV), women-owned business enterprise (WBE) and minority-owned business enterprise (MBE) partners, facilitates mutual success.

In recognition of its supplier diversity program and ongoing efforts to increase spend with minority-, women-, services disabled- and veteran-owned businesses, Federal-Mogul Powertrain received the 2018 Silver Top Diversity Performer Award from General Motors Company. Additional information can be found in our Supplier Diversity Brochure.

Working Conditions and Human Rights
As a condition of doing business with Federal-Mogul, each member of our supply chain is required to comply with Federal-Mogul’s Basic Working Conditions and Code of Conduct Policies, which set forth guidelines for sustainable purchasing practices, including environmental compliance, business ethics, diversity, employment practices and product/ingredient safety. See our policy documents for additional information.

Conflict Minerals
Federal-Mogul is dedicated to increasing supply chain transparency in order to identify the sources of conflict minerals, including tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold, as accurately as possible and working toward avoiding the use or purchase of any materials which would directly or indirectly finance conflict in the covered countries (defined as having an internationally recognized border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, which presently includes Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia). It is our expectation that our suppliers will also adopt conflict mineral policies and procedures enabling us to consistently produce conflict-free products.

We work directly with the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG), customers, and suppliers to further the awareness of conflict in the Congo region. Additionally, we participate in cross-industry initiatives to develop common tools and practices that support the Due Diligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains of Minerals from Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas published by the OECD. View Federal-Mogul’s conflict minerals sourcing policy.

Industry Associations and Training
We recognize the value of training our supply chain and encourage all suppliers to participate in the numerous training offerings of AIAG including Supply Chain Sustainability, which can be found at www.aiag.org.  In addition, we continue to advocate for vehicle safety and performance and consumer choice through Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ participation and active leadership within industry trade associations including the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association, the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association and The AutoCare Association.