Tanami

Location: 540 kilometers north west of Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
Metals Mined: Gold Mine Type: Underground
Annual Gold Production*: 500 attributable Koz Date of First Production: 1983

* as of December 2019. See cautionary statement.

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Boddington

Location: 16 kilometers from Boddington, Western Australia
Metals Mined: Gold, Copper
Mine Type: Surface
Date of First Production: 2009

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Ahafo - Ghana

Location: 307 kilometers northwest of Accra, Ghana
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold
Date of First Production:2006

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Akyem - Ghana

Location: 111 miles northwest of Accra, Ghana
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold
Date of First Production: 2013

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Cerro Negro

Location: Argentina
Type of Mine: Underground

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Yanacocha

Location: 800 kilometers northeast of Lima, Peru
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold
Date of First Production: 1993

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Merian

Location: 66 kilometers south of Moengo, Suriname
Mine Type: Surface
Metals Mined: Gold
Date of First Production: Q4 2016

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Peñasquito

Location: Mexico
Type of Mine: Open pit

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Cripple Creek & Victor

Location: Near the towns of Cripple Creek and Victor
Metals Mined: Gold and Silver
Mine Type: 4 surface operations
Date of First Production: 1976

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Porcupine

Location: Timmins, Ontario
Type of Mine: Underground, open pit and stockpiles

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Musselwhite

Location: Opapamiskan Lake, Ontario
Type of Mine: Underground

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Éléonore

Location: Eeyou Istchee/James Bay, Northern Quebec
Type of Mine: Underground

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Supplier Relationship

Introduction to Suppliers

Developing and maintaining good relationships with our supplier community is essential to Newmont’s overall success. As a strategic objective, we follow a sourcing strategy that utilizes only the highest performing suppliers for any type of good or service acquired.

Our Supplier Code of Conduct publicly sets out the minimum standards of conduct expected from all Suppliers wishing to do business with, or on behalf of, Newmont. This Supplier Code should be read in conjunction with Newmont’s Code of Conduct, which applies to all of our employees, officers and directors, and to our partners and Suppliers when they are working with us or on our behalf. In every jurisdiction we operate, we respect and support all internationally recognized human rights, consistent with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

It is critical to align our internal requirements with the suppliers’ ability to meet Newmont’s global needs. Newmont is in business for the long term to create sustainable value and opportunity for our shareholders, employees, host communities and business partners. We want our suppliers and partners to be in business for the long term, and the way we do that is through mutual value creation. Through enhanced communication with our business partners, we can identify ways to improve execution, uncover innovative approaches and create additional opportunities. Improved transparency strengthens our relationship with our business partners by helping you align your work with our Values.

At Newmont, engaging with our suppliers strengthens relationships, fosters integration and trust, and ultimately results in improved services and innovation. Additionally, increasing efficiency through accurate and complete internal and external information, as well as leveraging common processes that utilize technology, is a component of Newmont’s business strategy. This commonality saves time and allows our vendors to focus on higher value activities.

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Transacting

Newmont transacts electronically with its suppliers

From supplier registration, sourcing, contracting, issuing purchase order, receiving invoices, to issuing payment, Newmont uses Newmont Legal-approved system to collect, exchange and track data electronically to:

  • Improve visibility, and tracking within the business process
  • Reduce cycle time
  • Increase order accuracy and reduce returns
  • Increase rate of on-time payments

Newmont is retiring the SAP SRM portal and leveraging the SAP Ariba Network marketplace to connect electronically with our suppliers, allowing alignment on a standard secure transaction exchange platform used by customers with their suppliers.

For information about the Ariba Network or implementation schedule, please check the FAQ’s – Support tab

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Supply Chain Categories

Supply Chain Categories

Newmont’s Corporate Supply Chain group manages our relationships with vendors in the following areas using a global strategic approach:

Bulk Commodities

  • Ammonium Nitrate & Explosives
  • Cyanide
  • Grinding Media
  • Fuel & Lubricants

Heavy Mining and Mobile Equipment

  • Drills
  • Surface Support Equipment
  • Shovels & Excavators
  • Trucks
  • Mobile Equipment
  • OTR Tires

If you are interested in becoming a supplier for Newmont, please contact our Corporate Office at 303.863.7414 or email our Supply Chain.

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Supplier Terms & Conditions

See links below for Terms and Conditions regarding Purchase Orders and Supply of Services.

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FAQ’s - Support

Supplier Code of Conduct

Newmont Supplier Code of Conduct

1. Scope

Our Supplier Code of Conduct (this “Supplier Code”) publicly sets out the minimum standards of conduct expected from all Suppliers wishing to do business with, or on behalf of, Newmont. This Supplier Code should be read in conjunction with Newmont’s Code of Conduct, which applies to all of our employees, officers and directors, and to our partners and Suppliers when they are working with us or on our behalf.

We define ‘Suppliers’ as a business or individual that provides goods or services to Newmont under terms specified in a contract.

We seek to build mutually beneficial working relationships and partnerships with our Suppliers and will show preference for those Suppliers who are able to demonstrate alignment with the standards contained in this Supplier Code.

Suppliers shall comply with their contract terms and the laws, rules and regulations of the jurisdictions where they do business with, or on behalf of, Newmont. These include, but are not limited to, labor and tax laws, laws addressing bribery and corruption, and laws addressing the preservation of health, safety and the environment.

Suppliers, and all sub-contractors working on their behalf, are expected to review and fully understand the content of this Supplier Code and to comply with all provisions specified in their contracts including provisions, which relate to the content of this Supplier Code.

2. Business integrity and ethics

Our Supplier contract provisions are consistent with the requirements of the World Economic Forum’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI), of which Newmont is a founding member, the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the UK Anti-Bribery Act. These prohibit the provision or offering of anything of value to government officials, representatives, political parties or third parties for the purpose of influencing any act or decision in violation of the recipient’s lawful duty or securing or attempting to secure an improper legal or commercial advantage. They also require the operation of effective controls and the maintenance of accurate books and records.

As outlined in Newmont’s Code of Conduct and contract provisions, we also require that Suppliers: avoid conflicts of interest, maintain confidentiality, respect Newmont’s intellectual property rights, and keep truthful and accurate records (which may be required for auditing purposes).

Newmont’s Ethics Solutions Tool allows for comprehensive and confidential reporting to address fraud, abuse and other misconduct in the workplace, while cultivating a positive work environment.

3. Environmental management

Newmont seeks to avoid, minimize, mitigate, and/or remediate negative impacts on the environment and proactively manage risks. As detailed in our Supplier contracts, Suppliers shall conduct activities in an environmentally responsible manner, including meeting all legal requirements for water and air emissions, pollution controls, chemical and waste management. Our Supplier contracts require that Suppliers conduct activities at Newmont operations and sites in accordance with applicable Newmont Environmental Standards.

4. Health & Safety

The well-being of people is Newmont’s top priority, and the right to life and right to healthy and safe working conditions are among our most salient human rights. Our goal is zero harm – defined as a workplace free from injuries and illnesses and measured by zero fatalities. Our Supplier contracts require that Suppliers comply with all applicable Newmont site and workplace policies, standards and procedures related to health and safety. Newmont may provide job hazard analysis training to Supplier’s personnel.

5. Human Rights & Labor

Newmont is committed to implementing the human rights and labor principles of the United Nations Global Compact through its operations and supply chain. Accordingly, we require our suppliers to respect internationally proclaimed human rights and make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses; respect the labor rights of their employees, including freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining; prohibit all forms of forced and compulsory labor; not engage in child labor; and not discriminate in employment and occupation. These fundamental human rights are to be respected both within their own and within their affiliates’ operations and supply chains.

Our Supplier contracts include human rights clauses around: respecting human rights consistent with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, disclosure of human rights violations, and alerting Newmont to any human rights issues Suppliers become aware of within their own or their affiliates operations or the operations of their own or their affiliates’ supply chains.

Suppliers are expected to ensure timely payments of salary and benefits to any employees, sub-contractors and sub-suppliers. Suppliers should limit hours of work (including overtime) to provide for adequate rest periods for workers in line with international standards. Workers should be allowed to resign with no penalty after a reasonable notice period. Suppliers should seek to address any complaints or grievances within their supply chain expeditiously (and within a maximum of 30 days).

6. Social Responsibility

Newmont seeks to obtain and maintain broad social acceptance before, during, and beyond the life of a mine. We commit to establishing and maintaining relationships based on inclusion, transparency, and integrity with all stakeholders, particularly those potentially affected by our activities. We expect the same commitment from our Suppliers.

We expect our Suppliers to assess the potential impact of their proposed work on neighboring communities, integrate mitigation measures into their work plans, and ensuring that those measures are appropriately budgeted. We also expect Suppliers to close complaints in a timely manner.

We also expect our Suppliers to identify opportunities that incorporate local procurement and employment and, to the extent involving work conducted for or on behalf of Newmont, to coordinate engagement with local stakeholders through Newmont’s site-level Social Responsibility function.

7. Additional Resources
Newmont Policies and Standards:
  • Code of Conduct: sets out Newmont’s basic standards for ethical and legal behavior
  • Business Integrity Policy: requires all those engaged in activities on Newmont’s behalf to work honestly and in the best interests of the Company, to avoid corruption and bribery of any kind, and to ensure compliance with various relevant legal requirements. It also requires those involved in reporting information about Newmont to do so appropriately and in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Health and Safety Policy: reflects Newmont’s commitment to protect the health and safety of its employees, contractors and visitors.
  • People Policy: reflects Newmont’s commitment to employees and to those with whom we work.
  • Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement Policy: addresses the key social and environmental risks that the business faces and outlines Newmont’s commitments in these areas.
  • Anti-Corruption Standard
  • Standard of Conduct and Non-discriminatory Treatment in Employment
  • Employment Standard
  • Labor Relations Standard
  • Stakeholder Relationship Management Standard: sets the minimum requirements to engage with stakeholders, including the expectation to establish a complaints and grievance mechanism
  • Local Procurement and Employment Standard: sets the minimum requirements to ensure that programs are in place to identify and provide employment and business opportunities that can deliver sustainable mutual benefits to local stakeholders and Newmont.
  • Human Rights Standard: defines the minimum requirements to identify, prevent, mitigate, track and report on how we address risks to human rights associated with our operations.
External Frameworks/Legislation:
  • UN Global Compact: The 10 Principles of the United Nations Global Compact, addressing Human Rights, Labor, Environment and Anti-Corruption, promote responsible corporate citizenship and a collaborative approach to forging a more sustainable and inclusive global economy.
  • Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI): prohibits corruption and demands appropriate and lawful means of engaging with government officials, partners and other stakeholders.
  • UK Anti-Bribery Act: details both general offences in relation to bribing another person or being bribed and a specific offence relating to bribing foreign public officials, and introduces a specific corporate offence of failing to prevent bribery.
  • U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: makes it unlawful for certain classes of persons and entities to make payments to foreign government officials to assist in obtaining or retaining business.

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Supply Chain Risks

Newmont’s suppliers are an integral part of our organization and play an important role in helping deliver our strategy to lead the gold sector in profitability and responsibility. This includes the safe, efficient, and timely delivery of projects and day-to-day site operations. The effective management of evolving and emerging risks is critical to achieving these goals.

As a result, Newmont has identified the need for more proactive and predictive risk management strategies to protect our people, employees and contractors, our business, nearby communities, and the environment. This has led to the creation of an integrated approach to manage potential risk events and supplier relationships, from contract set up and execution to contract close out.

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Supplier Risk Management

Supplier Risk Management was established at Newmont through the strategic engagement of cross-functional teams in order to:

  • Identify potential risk events as a part of mining operations, and:
  • Develop mitigation activities to eliminate or reduce the chances of risk events taking place

The Supplier Risk Management framework is a robust end-to-end program that drives stronger proactive management of risk through a globally consistent approach to managing supplier performance. It enables Newmont’s standards to be executed against by our suppliers and ensures we are consistently working towards safety, integrity and sustainability across our supplier base.

One of the most impactful contributions from our suppliers to the risk management framework is the completion of Newmont’s Supplier Prequalification Survey.

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Supplier Prequalification Survey

On an annual basis, suppliers are asked to partake in our Supplier Risk Prequalification Survey. The purpose is to support the early identification of risks associated with the type of goods or services being provided, and ensure that when a formal contract is awarded, appropriate risk management activities are included within the contract.

Completing Prequalification does not guarantee future work, nor does it represent a contract to transact with Newmont.

If you require any clarifications regarding the survey, please reach out to your primary Newmont contact.

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Supplier Management Plans

Supplier Management Plans (SMPs) formalize Newmont’s risk management activities based on the potential risks associated with the goods or services being provided. These plans provide a structured approach and set clear expectations of how Newmont will engage with our suppliers over the life of a contract, including activities, meetings, and stakeholder engagement to proactively manage risks related to a contract.

Newmont representatives are responsible for the management and execution of any action from a Supplier Management Plan and will notify suppliers when any collaboration is needed.

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Regional Procurement

If you are interested in becoming a Newmont Supplier, please review the following important information to ensure you would be ready to operate under the codes and guidelines applicable to supplier conduct, relationship and transaction protocols:

For region information on procurement opportunities, contacts, etc., please contact or visit:

  • Africa Procurement: 303.863.7414
  • Australia Procurement
  • Americas Procurement: 303.863.7414
  • Corporate Procurement: 303.863.7414
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SLP – Supplier Lifecycle and Performance Process – Supplier Registration

A prospective supplier becomes a Newmont Registered Supplier by invitation only. Being a Registered Supplier does not guarantee any contractual work with Newmont. It allows Newmont to maintain a list of suppliers who are determined to be in good standing for potentially doing business with Newmont.

The registration process involves the following steps:

  • Supplier receiving a registration invitation email from a Newmont representative
  • Supplier completing and submitting the registration form (basic supplier information)
  • Newmont doing a Prohibitive Party Screening (PPS), i.e. validating supplier against lists for restricted persons, embargoed countries, and companies with whom Newmont prohibits doing business
  • Upon passing PPS screening, Supplier receiving a pre-qualification questionnaire and request for certificates based upon types of goods or services offered
  • Supplier submitting pre-qualification questionnaire and all required certificates
  • Newmont reviewing and qualifying supplier and setting supplier as “Registered”, which allows Newmont buyers to invite supplier to sourcing events

Only when supplier wins an award or is selected to do work, supplier is set in Newmont ERP and assigned a Newmont Supplier ID or Vendor ID to be able to actively transact with Newmont. Supplier is then defined as “Active”.

All registration information between Newmont and Supplier is exchanged via Ariba Account (Free account provided by Ariba from which Supplier can manage and process this information).

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S2C – Source to Contract Process – Contracting

Upon award or selection, supplier will be set with a Newmont Supplier ID or Vendor ID, if not already set. Then Supplier may be:

  • Issued directly a Purchase Order, if for Goods and below a certain total transaction value threshold (Check Supplier Terms & Conditions for the region you are supporting), or
  • Requested to set a contract (ex. Master Service Agreement) prior to being issued a Purchase Order

A contract is an agreement between Newmont and Supplier around terms & conditions. All goods and services to be delivered by a Supplier must be covered by a valid Purchase Order in order to be paid.

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P2P – Procure to Pay Process – Goods

All goods requested to be delivered by a Supplier must be covered by a valid Goods Purchase Order (PO) in order to be paid. Newmont uses the Ariba Network to transact electronically with its suppliers.

The key documents involved in the procurement of Goods are:

  • Purchase Order (issued by Newmont)
  • Purchase Order Acknowledgment or Order Response (submitted by Supplier)
    • PO must be acknowledged in Full by supplier to proceed with transaction
    • For any change, contact your buyer listed on the PO
  • Advance Shipping Notice (ASN) (submitted by Supplier)
  • Goods Receipt notice (GR) (issued by Newmont)
  • Invoice (submitted by supplier – Only one PO per invoice)
  • Payment Remittance Advice (issued by Newmont)

Applicable Terms & Conditions may vary by region

Please check the Supplier Terms & Conditions section

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P2P – Procure to Pay Process – Services

All services requested to be delivered by a Supplier must be covered by a valid Purchase Order (PO) or Service Order (SO) in order to be paid. Newmont uses the Ariba Network to transact electronically with its suppliers.

The key documents involved in the procurement of Services are:

  • Purchase Order/Service Order (issued by Newmont)
  • Purchase Order Acknowledgment or Order Response (submitted by Supplier)
    • PO must be acknowledged in Full by supplier to proceed with transaction
    • For any change, contact your buyer listed on the PO
  • Service Entry Sheet submission (SES) (submitted by Supplier)
    • Attach all supporting documentation required. C
    • Consult your buyer if need guidance on what is required
  • Service Entry Sheet confirmation (issue by Newmont)
  • Invoice (submitted by supplier - Only one PO per invoice)
  • Payment Remittance Advice (issued by Newmont)

Applicable Terms & Conditions may vary by region.

Please check the Supplier Terms & Conditions section.

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Electronic Transactions - Ariba Network

  • The Ariba Network marketplace allows suppliers to transact electronically with Newmont on a secure platform managed by SAP Ariba (third party).
  • It is a standard used by many buying organizations to transact with their suppliers. It provides one platform for suppliers to manage their transactions with multiple customers.
  • SAP Ariba offers suppliers different types of accounts, membership structure and options to access transactions data (Online Portal / B2B integration). Some are free and some associated with fees.
  • All account types (free or for fee) offered by the Ariba Network support the minimum Newmont’s requirements for transacting electronically.
  • Suppliers solely decide which account and options they select to work with on the Ariba Network, and the use of the Ariba Network is based upon contractual agreement between Supplier and SAP Ariba.

For support and FAQ’s on how to transaction electronically with Newmont see FAQ’S – Support Tab.

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Application / Transaction Helpdesk Support

  • For Ariba Network account access, administration and functionalities (login issue, administrator change or application issues), lease contact: Information coming soon
  • For SRM account access, administration and functionalities, please directly contact your Newmont buyer
  • For Newmont transactional questions, please contact your Newmont buyer listed on the PO
  • Who to Reach - Summary Sheet pdf coming soon
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Ariba Network Deployment – Supplier Enablement Helpdesk

Deployment Schedule pdf coming soon

Submit a ticket using the following form [form coming soon] - Response 1 Business day Service Level

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Ariba Network Account Information

Ariba Network Standard Account – Light Account Overall Support site SAP Ariba
​Ariba Network Standard Account Information Document: Newmont Technical Document
​Ariba Network Enterprise/Standard  Account User Guide:  Ariba Network Standard Account Training.pdf [Newmont Technical Document]
Ariba Network Enterprise Account Training [SAP Ariba Link]
​Ariba Network Standard Account Training video (POR, Registration, and Invoice):  Send an invoice from a light account: https://uex.ariba.com/auc/node/79096?a_fenb=is&a_lang=en
Register for a light account and send an order confirmation: https://uex.ariba.com/auc/node/71089?a_fenb=is&a_lang=en
​Ariba Network Enterprise/Standard: How to add additional users: Video Link: ​Add additional users
ADD USERS SCREENSHOTS.PDF [Newmont Technical Document]
Ariba Network Duplicate Account Check Job Aid Ariba network login duplicate account check - Job Aid.pdf
[Newmont Document]
​Ariba Network Enterprise/Standard: Upcoming Training Sessions Meeting Invites [Newmont or SAP meeting invite links]
Africa – English
Americas – English
Americas - French
Americas – Spanish
Australia – English
​Video: How to invoice partially against one PO Line standardPOflip.mp4 [Newmont Technical Video]
Adding Shipping Cost on Invoice TBD Additional Shipping Cost Handling pdf [Newmont Technical document]
Setting proper Tax on Invoice TBD Tax pdf [Newmont Technical document]
Already using an Ariba Network Standard Account [Ariba Link] or Network General FAQ pdf [Newmont Link – Technical Document]
Upgrading to Enterprise Account, Downgrading to Standard Account [Ariba Link] or Network General FAQ pdf [Newmont Link – Technical Document]
Using Mobile version [Ariba Link]
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Particular Transaction Handling

​Video: How to invoice partially against one PO Line standardPOflip.mp4 [Newmont Technical Video]
Adding Shipping Cost on Invoice TBD Additional Shipping Cost Handling pdf [Newmont Technical document]
Setting proper Tax on Invoice TBD Tax pdf [Newmont Technical document]
Repair PO / Subcontracting PO ​TBD Repair PO / Subcontracting PO pdf [Newmont Link]
Invoice Submission Argentina TBD pdf [Newmont Link]
Invoice Submission Mexico TBD pdf [Newmont Link]
Invoice Submission Peru TBD pdf [Newmont Link]
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