At GDIT, we understand that every powerful partnership starts with an introduction. From system services to IT, we’re committed to building new and beneficial relationships with a host of small and diverse businesses who share our commitment to delivering quality services and marketing.
If your company is interested in a business partnership with GDIT, please take a moment to register with us. We've put together a guide on how to register or update your business information.
We will use this information as a resource to identify possible candidates for opportunities that arise. As always, neither you nor GDIT are under any obligations. If you have any questions or want to update your information, please contact us at email@example.com.
A message from our president.
At General Dynamics Information Technology, we recognize the importance of small business; we are committed to ensuring it remains an integral part of our strategic sourcing, procurement, and teaming processes. We believe the success of our company and society as a whole depends on encouraging the growth of entrepreneurship, regardless of race, gender, or abilities. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion extends beyond our workforce to our communities and partners.
Over the years, GDIT has experienced significant growth in its IT services business serving government and commercial customers worldwide. As a valued supplier or vendor, your contributions and efforts have played an integral role in our service offerings. The partnerships we’ve forged with our suppliers have allowed us to expand our technology capabilities and established GDIT as a premier provider of telecommunications infrastructure and IT services.
At GDIT, we’re strongly committed to adhering to ethical standards and practices. We expect not only our employees, but also our partners in business, to abide by these same ethical standards and practices. Please read “Doing Business with GDIT” and our “Commitment to Ethics” carefully as these set forth the high standards and principles we feel are important in doing business with our company. The high standards we uphold are the same principles that we expect your company and employees to adhere to when doing business with us. We believe it is in our mutual interest to foster a relationship built on common dedication to excellence supported by a shared respect and adherence to applicable standards of business conduct.
Through our Supplier Diversity and Small Business Program, we have successfully assisted many socioeconomic businesses in establishing themselves as suppliers and teammates for GDIT. Veteran-owned small businesses have continued to serve our country as successful subcontractors, suppliers, vendors and teammates to GDIT.
We will continue to actively seek to establish mutually beneficial relationships with small businesses capable of providing products and services that meet our supply line and service requirements. Specifically, our Small Business Program affords local and/or global supplier opportunities to the following:
Small Disadvantaged Business
Native American Small Business
Veteran-Owned Small Business
Historically Black Colleges & Universities
Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
Women-Owned Small Business
AbilityOne Program (formerly JWOD)
HUBZone Small Business
Many thanks to our current teammates, vendors, and suppliers for your continued support, and we look forward to building new relationships as we continue to grow.
Companies pursuing business with the government must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM), which replaces the former Central Contractor Registration. SAM also includes online representations and certifications.
This database contains U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Center for Veterans Enterprise online directory of Veteran-Owned (VOSB) and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVOSB) small businesses.
We see you.
As a measure to ensure greater opportunities for all, GDIT is fully committed to the provisions contained in Public Law 95-507, as amended, and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 19, establishing requirements for participation in federal contracts to include:
Small business (SB) concerns, including Native American small businesses
Small disadvantaged business (SDB) concerns owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals
Small business concerns owned and controlled by women (WOSB)
SBA-certified HUBZone (Historically underutilized business zones) small businesses
Veteran-owned (VO) and service disabled veteran-owned (SDVO) small businesses
AbilityOne organizations employing the blind and the severely-disabled