Up, Up & AwayAs you may recall from the January/February 2015 issue, I defined a “Brandiac” as a company that’s able to master the thought process behind a service or product offering and its impact on the earth. And I’m excited to introduce this issue’s spotlight company, Ladders & Things, LLC, as a true Brandiac!
Owned by TaTanya and Lawrence Todd, Jr., Ladders & Things does not self-promote just for the sake of it; it self-promotes because of a greater vision to impact the world through its philosophy for sustainability. The company’s story is one of consistency, perseverance, and growth—and the greater community of business owners is taking note.
Supply Nation welcomed the announcement from the Australian Government on the new Indigenous Procurement Policy guidelines, replacing the Indigenous Opportunities Policy for all government contracts from 1st July 2015.
Supply Nation’s Indigenous Business Direct Australia’s premier listing of Indigenous businesses has been nominated by the Government as the first point of reference for procurement officers when a contract is available for tender.
The Northrop Grumman Information Systems global supplier diversity program-office received the Dwight D. Eisenhower Award for Excellence in the service category. The award has five categories: manufacturing, service, research and development, construction, and utilities.
“Northrop Grumman’s work with small businesses and the relationships we have built with each of them over the years is crucial to our supply chain,” said Cynthia Hyland, vice president, global supply chain, Northrop Grumman Information Systems. “We are grateful for them and this award.”
Northrop Grumman Corporation has signed a new U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) mentor-protégé agreement with the Missile Defense Agency mentor-protégé program office in Huntsville, Alabama. The DOD mentor-protégé program encourages prime contractors to help small businesses increase their participation in federal subcontracts and establish long-term relationships with prime contractors.
Under the 36-month agreement, Northrop Grumman will assist QTEC, Inc., a small, woman-owned business located in Huntsville, to enhance QTEC’s engineering and technology capabilities, business infrastructure and business development. Key focus areas include information assurance and DOD certifications, cybersecurity operations, emerging security technologies and systems engineering.
MBE's Business Opportunities resource covers business-related financing, consulting, and programs available for the Supplier Diversity community and M/WBEs. Updated monthly.
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Refer to MBE's Acronyms & Terminology list for frequently used acronyms and terminology and an overview of the major organizations supporting the Supplier Diversity community.
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