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Partner with Us: Strong Alliances with Small Business

We develop strong alliances with small and large businesses that provide information technology and systems engineering services.

General Dynamics IT is committed to the principles and the spirit of the provisions of Public Law 95-507, as amended, and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 19, which establish requirements for participation in federal contracting opportunities by:

  • 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 under-utilized business zones) small businesses
  • Veteran-owned (VO) and service disabled veteran-owned (SDVO) small businesses
  • AbilityOne organizations employing the blind and the severely-disabled

We are interested in developing new alliances with businesses that are committed to delivering quality services and marketing to develop opportunities. To be considered for business partnerships and teaming, we recommend that you register your company with General Dynamics. This information will be kept in a database that will be used to identify possible candidates for opportunities that arise and are without obligation of any kind on the part of either you or General Dynamics. If you have questions, or would like to update your information, please contact us at smallbusiness@gdit.com.

Create a Profile

We are interested in developing new alliances with businesses that are committed to delivering quality services and marketing to develop opportunities. To be considered for business partnerships and teaming, we recommend that you register your company with General Dynamics. This information will be kept in a database that will be used to identify possible candidates for opportunities that arise and are without obligation of any kind on the part of either you or General Dynamics. If you have questions, or would like to update your information, please contact us at smallbusiness@gdit.com.

How it works

  • The information you provide will be kept in a database used by General Dynamics IT's personnel to view your capabilities.
  • Registering your company is not a guarantee of a contractual relationship and there’s no obligation of any kind on the part of either you or General Dynamics IT.
  • Once a year we will send an automated email requesting you to update your company record.

Recommendations

  • Capabilities: In addition to using the pre-selected list of capabilities and customers, be sure to add descriptive key words and customer details in the free text fields.
  • Documents: Upload corporate briefings and capability documents to help us learn more about your company. Please ensure the document file names contain no more than 50 characters. 

For more information on working with General Dynamics Information Technology, view our Small Business Teaming fact sheet.

For questions please contact us at smallbusiness@gdit.com.

*By registering on the Enterprise Supplier Registration Portal site, you agree to the sharing of this information about your business with General Dynamics' personnel, government representatives and others who may access this site. This site is governed by the System Access Agreement and General Dynamics' privacy policy. You acknowledge and agree that General Dynamics provides no guarantee that the business you are registering on this site will receive any monetary or contractual benefit.

General Dynamics Information Technology Focuses on Information Technology and Professional Services

General Dynamics Information Technology is part of the Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) segment of General Dynamics. If you are a supplier of commodities, components, assemblies or manufacturing, we recommend you explore other segments of General Dynamics by going to www.generaldynamics.com and select Suppliers, where you can explore other General Dynamics Business Units. You may also download the General Dynamics Small Business Information fact sheet for information related to the business segments of General Dynamics and Small Business contacts throughout General Dynamics. 

Small Business Databases

We encourage small businesses to register in the following databases, used to identify potential small business contractors:

System for Award Management 

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.

SBA Dynamic Small Business Search (formerly SBA Pronet) 

It is recommended that companies complete the information in its entirety, including keywords and capabilities. 

VetBiz Database 

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. 

Doing Business with General Dynamics IT

Over the years, General Dynamics Information Technology has experienced significant growth in its IT services business serving government and commercial customers worldwide. As a valued supplier or vendor to General Dynamics, your contributions and efforts have played an integral role in our service offerings. The valued partnerships we have forged with our suppliers have allowed us to expand the technology capabilities we can provide and has established General Dynamics Information Technology as a premier provider of telecommunications infrastructure and IT services.

General Dynamics Information Technology is strongly committed to adhering to certain principles of ethical standards and practices. We expect not only General Dynamics employees, but also our partners in business, to abide by these same ethical standards and practices. Please read this booklet carefully as it sets forth the high standards and principles we feel are important in doing business with our company. Be aware that the high standards we are committed to upholding are the same principles that we expect your company and employees to adhere to when doing business with General Dynamics. We believe it is in our mutual interest to foster a relationship built upon common dedication to excellence supported by mutual respect and adherence to applicable standards of business conduct.

Thank you for your continued support.

Amy Gilliland, General Dynamics Information Technology

Create a Profile
The best way to pursue a relationship with General Dynamics IT is to submit a supplier profile to our small business database.
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