Sandia collaborates with industry, small businesses, universities, other labs, and government agencies.
Sandia is committed to purchasing quality products services to meet our mission from prospective suppliers.
iSupplier Account Accounts Payable Contract Information Construction/Facilities Contract Audit
Sandia values its interactions with federal, state, and local agencies, the private sector, academic institutions, and the local community. Whether purchasing goods and services, working with our partners, or licensing technology, Sandia is committed to cultivating the highest quality relationships. We offer many business opportunities to suppliers, and are dedicated to strengthening our national, state, and local economies. We spend a large portion of our funding in the states where we are located and are committed to acquiring products and services from small and disadvantaged businesses (Director’s Letter of Small Business Commitment). As businesses succeed, local economies thrive and economic benefits accrue to the taxpayer.
Sandia also seeks a wide array of mutually beneficial partnership opportunities. Our customers and collaborators include federal, state, and local agencies, private companies, and academic institutions.
We have transferred technology to the commercial sector for more than three decades, and make it possible for partners to access our world-class science, people, and infrastructure.
Economic activity generated by Sandia National Laboratories helps make our community a better place.
Technology Deployment Centers
Many of Sandia’s unique research facilities are available for use by our partners.
Cyber Security User’s Agreement
The user’s agreement is for those seeking access to specific restricted cyber resources at Sandia.
SARAPE allows users within restricted domains (Tri-Labs, NSC, and PSAAP Universities) to request remote accounts for selected resources.
Sandia Science and Technology Park
The Sandia Science & Technology Park (SS&TP) is a 300+ acre master-planned technology community. Affiliated with Sandia National Laboratories and adjacent to Kirtland Air Force Base, companies have easy access to world-class facilities.
Sandia is in the process of completing the transition from IPv4 to IPv6, this journey impacts vendors in that our contracts will soon specify the need for hardware and software to be capable of operating in an IPv6-only environment, as opposed to dual-stack, in acquisitions going forward. These requirements must be expressed using the U.S. Government version 6, USGv6, Profile and include the requirement to demonstrate compliance with those requirements through the USGv6 Test Program. Our goals are that at least 20 percent of IP-enabled assets on Federal networks are operating in IPv6-only environments by 2023. 50 percent by 2024, and 80 percent by 2025.
Sandia is dedicated to purchasing products and services that adhere to high quality standards and meet the goals of our national security programs.
Diverse work with key technology partners enhances Sandia’s ability to execute our core mission and build a technology and research and development base.
- Pathways to production, August 30, 2021
- Imagine tool under development exposes concealed detonators – and their charge, July 22, 2021
- Legendary licenses, April 28, 2021
- CRADAs, licenses lead to billions in economic impact since 2000, April 15, 2021
- Small IT business wins Sandia’s largest single subcontract, February 25, 2021