Environment of constant discovery.
Over the past 80 years, Battelle has defined a set of core principles that guide how we do business with our suppliers:
- A passion for mission
- Integrity and responsible stewardship of the public trust
- Personal and collective responsibility for safety and security
- Innovation balanced with disciplined execution
- Teamwork blended with individual initiative
- Intense competition of ideas with respect for individuals
- An environment of respect and dignity
- A high-quality, motivated workforce with diverse ideas, skills, and backgrounds
- A culture that rewards and recognizes performance
- A commitment to collective success
We expect our teams to deliver outstanding results that meet our clients’ critical needs; to serve with distinction – effectively, efficiently, and in full compliance with regulatory and client expectations; and to set an example of outstanding
corporate citizenship and community service.
We consider potential partners in large measure based upon the following criteria:
- Technical capabilities
- Match of their goods/services to our customer needs
- Past performance
- Quality management systems
- Security control
- Financial stability
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Battelle often forms teaming arrangements with other companies on the GSA Federal Supply Schedule. Battelle and one or more GSA Schedule contractors can work together to compete for projects that we might not qualify for individually. The client benefits
by being able to purchase a total solution and avoid having a number of different contract vehicles with disparate contractors. See the Contract Vehicles page
for more information.
If you are a small or disadvantaged business, we encourage you to register in Battelle's Supplier Portal. Battelle is always looking for new business relationships in this area.
For large companies and prime contractors, or firms interested in teaming arrangements, please go to our Supplier Registration portal.
Supply Chain Cybersecurity Compliance -DFARS Interim Rule
We wanted to alert you that the highly anticipated new Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement: Assessing Contractor Implementation of Cybersecurity Requirements (DFARS Case 2019-D041) was published on September 29th in the Federal Register
as an interim rule, rather than as a proposed rule as was originally expected. While the interim rule does not change any of the existing DFARS Cyber clauses, including DFARS 252.204-7012, it does add three new DFARS cyber security clauses focused
on assessing a company’s compliance with the applicable cybersecurity standard.
Learn more about the DFARS Interim Rule.
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