It is Lockheed Martin policy that its business areas will conduct socioeconomic subcontracting programs in recognition of compelling moral, social and economic necessity. It is also policy to facilitate the achievement of its negotiated subcontracting goals by developing the capabilities of, and pursuing opportunities to award subcontracts and other procurements to small, small disadvantaged, women, veteran, and historically black and tribally owned colleges and universities, and other minority institutions.
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Supplier Training Excellence Program (STEP)
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Government Outreach Programs
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2018 Events Calendar
Our small business representatives will be at the following national and local events:
- 1/30 NDIA Winter TRIAD
- 1/31-2/1 National 8(a) Conference
- 3/5-8 National RES Conference
Las Vegas, NV
- 3/20-22 AIA Supplier Management Council Meeting
- 3/22 Veteran Institute of Procurement Graduation Celebration
Small Business Success Stories
- Demonstrate Quality and Lean Six Sigma Practices
- Focus on Timely Delivery of Every Part
- Find a Mentor to Advocate Your Firm
- Long-Standing Performance Broadens Opportunities
- Listening is Key to Establishing Long-Term Relationships
- Cater to Defense Industry through Niche Services and Conforming to Tight Requirements
- Have a Game Plan Ready before Contacting a Prime Contractor
- Keeping the Customer’s End Goal In Mind
- Establish a Niche to Differentiate Your Firm
- Consistent High Quality Delivery Helps Secure New Business