CSRA is committed to working with qualified small businesses and vendors. Along with sharing opportunities, we look forward to exchanging ideas and building lasting relationships.
An award-winning supplier-diversity program, which awards nearly $1 billion a year in contracts to women-and minority-owned businesses, small businesses and other diverse suppliers, CSRA supports an active Supplier Diversity Program that reaches out to small businesses to include all socio-economic categories to meet our business and customer requirements.
Our program includes:
- Outreach and advocacy for small businesses and suppliers of diverse backgrounds
- Educating suppliers about CSRA's procurement process
- Networking with and supporting community, government and business organizations that assist small businesses and suppliers of diverse backgrounds
Submit Your Profile
The best way to pursue a relationship with CSRA is to submit a supplier profile to our small business database. Be sure to include all the information requested on your firm and its capabilities to maximize a potential match with emerging requirements.
Qualified registrants will become part of a database that is regularly searched by departments in CSRA seeking external expertise for both new opportunities and ongoing program requirements.
CSRA is committed to helping small socio-economic categories of businesses through our corporate-wide outreach programs. Through both the formal and informal mentoring, protégé companies receive developmental assistance from subject matter experts at CSRA, partner on new business opportunities, and improve their business and technological skills. We view the Mentor-Protégé program as a mutually beneficial process whereby long-term relationships are established and business success is achieved. CSRA is the recipient of seven DoD Nunn Perry awards. This award recognizes a Mentor-Protégé team’s outstanding performance. We have also been recognized by the Department of Homeland Security’s mentor protégé program. CSRA currently has focused active mentor-protégé relationships across the federal government.