Read the information contained on this webpage, complete the Global Supplier Enrollment Package (GSEP) and forward the GSEP to your Cisco representative or sponsor. Your Cisco representative or sponsor is responsible for reviewing the GSEP, engaging Global Procurement Services, and attaching the GSEP to a Cisco internal purchase requisition. If you have any questions, contact your Cisco representative before you return the completed GSEP. Visit the Cisco Standard Terms and Conditions for Purchase Orders page for details on certifications (supplier warranties).
Note: It is preferred that all Cisco suppliers be registered with Dun and Bradstreet (D&B). If you currently are not registered with D&B, go to the D&B website and register to receive your 9-digit registration number. This number should then be included on your GSEP.
If a D&B number is not provided in the GSEP, you are required to provide additional documentation in the form of one of the following documents. Make sure that the company name and address stated on the GSEP match those on the supporting documentation provided:
The GSEP is available in the following languages:
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To expedite your request, Cisco advises you to complete your GSEP in English.
Make sure that you select the proper tax form for the Cisco entity with which you will do business, if applicable, and submit the tax form with your completed GSEP to your Cisco representative. For comprehensive details on this issue, see the Tax Requirements page.
The GSEP document is intended for new suppliers who have been invited by Cisco to become a Cisco supplier, as well as for existing suppliers who wish to update their information. The information provided as part of the GSEP will be entered into the Cisco supplier database.
The GSEP is a writable and savable PDF. Upon completion of the GSEP, print, sign, scan, and send by email (or fax) the completed GSEP to your Cisco representative or sponsor. If you use digital signature, please, make sure that 'lock document after signing' option is chosen. If you have questions, contact your Cisco representative or sponsor or see the Solicited Supplier Guidelines.