|Working Conditions Assessments (as of 12/31/13)||Americas||Asia Pacific Africa||Europe||Global Total|
|Average violations per assessment||10.8||11.1||10.9||10.8|
|Assessments completed to date||322||501||92||915|
|Follow-up assessments completed to date (third party and/or internal)||411||539||109||1,059|
|Working Conditions Training (as of 12/31/13)||Americas||Asia Pacific Africa||Europe||Global Total|
|Training sessions conducted to date||68||52||26||146|
|Total number of attending companies||852||873||339||2,064|
|Total number of trained managers (attendees)||1,373||966||581||2,920|
|Working Conditions Training (Scope of Impact: Supplier-Submitted Data as of 12/31/13)||Global Total|
|Training cascade to management, individuals trained||25,176|
|Training cascade to workforce, individuals trained||488,472|
|Communication to suppliers, number of sub-tier companies||102,773|
In 2013, the training and assessment data has been updated to reflect a consistent calculation methodology, however certain figures may be slightly lower than 2012.
In 2013, Ford purchased $6.5 billion in goods and services from approximately 250 minority-owned suppliers. Our 2013 results demonstrated the third consecutive year of improvement and exceeded our sourcing goals for minority-owned suppliers.
In 2013, Ford purchased $1.8 billion in goods and services from more than 150 women-owned businesses. Our 2013 results demonstrated the third consecutive year of improvement and exceeded our sourcing goals for minority- and women-owned suppliers.
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