OUR GOAL: To be the industry leader in supply management and customer life cycle value.

Our Suppliers Share Our Mission.

At ND Defense we are excited to partner with innovative suppliers who share our commitment to quality and success. Our suppliers are a key component to helping us achieve world-class cost, quality, and delivery performance. We believe that in order to remain competitive and profitable in the 21st century, we must engage in business activities with diverse suppliers. It is imperative for both us and our suppliers to support diverse business development.

Join our Supplier Team

If your company can meet our cost, quality, and delivery objectives as a supplier we invite you to apply to become a new supplier. Potential suppliers are subject to ND Defense's Supplier Evaluation Process. This evaluation process will validate the suppliers' potential to meet the necessary requirements to do business with ND Defense and affiliates.

How to become a ND Defense Supplier:

ND Defense seeks minority and small businesses to join our program.

Supplier Evaluation Criteria:

Supplier Quality Expectations

To be a supplier to ND Defense, companies must meet or exceed our expectations.

Seeking Diverse Suppliers

At ND Defense we embrace diversity and recognize the important contributions that Minority/Female-Owned, Veteran-Owned and Small Business Enterprises make to our combined success. The Supplier Diversity Program is designed to develop strategic relationships with supplier partners who share our standards of excellence and add value to our business.

If you are a Small Business and would like to become a supplier or would like to talk to us about how your company can meet our cost, quality and delivery objectives as a supplier, please register at Supplier Diverse Registration Portal.

What is a Diverse Supplier?

A diverse supplier is a business that is at least 51 percent owned, controlled and operated by one or more individuals of either African American, Hispanic American, Native American, Asian American or Asian Pacific American extraction. Also included are businesses owned by American Females, American Veterans, Service Disabled American Veterans or businesses located in Historically Under-Utilized Business Zones.

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