FHLB Cincinnati is strongly committed to diversity and inclusion among its employees, business partners and Board members. Whenever an opportunity arises, FHLB invites diverse business partners and/or suppliers to participate in the bid process for goods and services. There may be times, however, when current business conditions, proposal requirements or other business constraints limit the ability of FHLB to fully consider all submitted proposals.
For more information on FHLB Cincinnati’s commitment to diversity among its employees and business partners, please see our Diversity and Inclusion Policy and our Diversity and Inclusion Policy Statement.
See our statement, "A commitment to action on racial justice," posted June 16, 2020.
Suppliers – do business with us
If you are interested in becoming a supplier (or vendor) with FHLB, please register your company to become part of our diverse supplier network and to be considered for contract opportunities:
- Register with www.connxus.com which serves as an electronic portal for diverse vendors and as a distribution source for published contracting opportunities.
- FHLB Cincinnati is a member of the Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council to connect with minority-owned businesses. Consider becoming a member to connect with us.
- Send an information packet to: OMWI–Director, Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, P.O. Box 598, Cincinnati, OH 45201-0598.
Careers – come work with us
If you're interested in learning more about our inclusive culture and available career opportunities, visit our Careers page.
Any current or future applicant, employee or business partner who is concerned that discrimination or retaliation has occurred may report the incident to the designated Office of Minority and Women Inclusion at OMWI@fhlbcin.com. The complaint should include as much detail as possible, including the names of any individuals involved and any potential witnesses.
All reported incidents of discrimination or retaliation will be investigated. The FHLB Cincinnati will immediately undertake or direct an effective, thorough, and objective investigation of the allegations. False or malicious complaints of discrimination or retaliation shall not knowingly be made.