HDT suppliers are a critical component in the company’s ability to deliver high quality products to our customers. As a solutions provider to the department of defense, military, and government customers, HDT and its suppliers need to be aware of, and conform to, certain defined standards and procedures. You will find this type of information on subsequent pages here. Regardless of whether we are selling HDT products to a defense customer or a commercial customer, delivering quality goods is of the highest importance. Information on quality, logistics, supplier diversity, and how to communicate with HDT (personnel with a job focus on supply chain management) is included in this section.
- HDT General Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
- HDT Standard FAR-DFARS Flow Down Clauses
- HDT Standards of Business Conduct
- Conflict Minerals Information
- Logistics Directive
HDT quality assurance procedures strictly adhere to ISO 9001:2008 Standard requirements. Observance and compliance with these standards extends to subcontractors and suppliers.
- Supplier Quality & Procurement Requirements
- HDT Supplier Quality Clauses: Florence and Cincinnati Offices
The HDT logistics directive clarifies the carrier suppliers are to use for shipments to HDT facilities.
Working With Small Businesses
HDT Global is committed to establishing mutually beneficial business relationships with small businesses. We partner with small disadvantaged businesses (SDB), women-owned small businesses (WOSB), veteran-owned small businesses (VOSB), service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSB), SBA-certified HUBZone small businesses (HUBZ), Native American-owned small businesses, minority owned companies and Ability One organizations.
As a primary government contractor, HDT is committed to include small and disadvantaged businesses into our DoD programs in compliance with the DoD Small Business Diversity Program. HDT’s Small Business Diversity Program seeks out qualified companies to participate as subcontractors on these contracts. Our ongoing commitment to the program is affirmed by our continued efforts to seek out and qualify minority-owned, woman-owned, veteran-owned and other qualifying small businesses to partner with each year.
At HDT, we are committed to helping small business owners succeed in their industries. We look forward to growing and diversifying our current business partnerships, while continuing to develop new relationships for the future. To learn more about working with HDT a supplier or small business diversity program supplier, please contact us at:
Solon Corporate Offices
Attn: Small Business Liaison Officer
30500 Aurora Road, Suite 100
Solon, OH 44139
P 800.969.8527 / 216.438.6111
Companies that fall under one or more of the following categories qualify for inclusion in the program:
Small Business: A company with less than 500 employees and meets the requirements of FAR in 13 CFR Part 121.
Small Disadvantaged Business: Any business which has received certification as a small disadvantaged business consistent with 13 CFR Part 124 Subpart B.
Veteran-Owned Business: A company which is at least 51% owned by one or more veterans as defined in 38 101(2).
Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business: A company which is at least 51% owned and operated by one or more service disabled veteran(s) or spouse of service-disabled veteran as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(2) / 38 U.S.C. 101(16).
Hub Zone Business: Any company listed as “Qualified HUBZone Small Business” with the Small Business Administration.
Woman-Owned Business: A company which is at least 51% owned by one or more women.
For additional information on this and other DoD small business programs visit: www.acq.osd.mil/sadbu and www.sba.gov/content/federal-acquisition-regulations-far.
How to Reach Us
If you are a current HDT supplier or wish to discuss becoming an HDT supplier, please contact us at:
P 800.969.8527 / 216.438.6111