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Supply Chain Services is driving service and negotiation solutions to support user experience, employee well-being, diversity and revenue growth. It’s helping our client service and enablement teams to be more strategic, add value and work with clients in a better way.

Larry Phelan

EY Global Chief Supply Chain Officer

Authentic, inclusive and inspirational business enablement leader. Focused on innovation. Keen supporter of diverse teams and suppliers. Sports, theater, opera enthusiast. Loving husband and father.

An experienced transaction advisor and professional services consultant, Larry is our Chief Supply Chain Officer. In this role, he connects EY people to leading services and suppliers, and inspires his team by driving operational excellence to help influence the world's supply chain and differentiate EY in the market.

Prior to joining EY, he served as Deputy Global Chief Information Officer for a large professional services organization.

Larry is a member of multiple procurement professional organizations, including the CPO 50, and has received numerous recognitions, including the 2011 EY Chairman Value Award and the 2022 ProcureCon EPIC CPO Innovation Award. In 2021, he ranked 15th among the Top 100 Supply Chain Leaders, and he was also a finalist for the World Procurement Leader Award in 2016, 2017 and 2022.

Most recently Larry was ranked #7 of the top 100 Leaders in Procurement.

He holds a BS in Finance from Fairfield University.

Larry is a champion of diverse and inclusive teams and suppliers and has been presented with several awards for his work in this area, including the WBENC Platinum Award for his support of women-owned businesses.

How Larry is building a better working world

"While many procurement organizations focus solely on quantitative value, Larry believes that value comes in many different forms. Not only does he focus on cost reduction, but he equally believes on building a better working world by providing exceptional brand value through innovation, people engagement, user experience, productivity of EY professionals and top line revenue growth — to name but a few."

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