CDM Smith Inc.’s policy is to conduct its procurements for goods and services in an ethical, fair and reasonable manner and to comply with applicable contractual and federal, municipal, and industrial requirements, as well as corporate guidelines established by its Board of Directors.
It is, and will continue to be, the policy of CDM Smith to seek diversity in its teaming and subcontracting opportunities and afford all interested parties with the opportunity to compete. This includes making good faith efforts to provide maximum opportunities, to the greatest extent possible, for small business concerns of all types to participate in the firm’s procurement of goods and services. CDM Smith believes it has an affirmative duty and commitment to seek out and identify qualified small businesses to include on source lists for procurement opportunities, in particular those companies that are either disadvantaged, women-owned, veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, or located in HUBZones. CDM Smith reviews each procurement opportunity and seeks subcontractors and vendors that can meet client project needs and diversity goals while providing value for the opportunities being pursued.
CDM Smith is committed to ethical conduct in its business practices and strives to develop and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with subcontractors and vendors based on their capability to provide quality products and dependable service at prices that contribute to the firm’s competitiveness within the marketplace. CDM Smith expects its subcontractors and vendors to deliver quality products and services at fair and reasonable prices, work together with CDM Smith in delivering excellent work for client projects, work safely and protect the environment, and be ethical and fair. The Code of Ethics and the Anti-Corruption Compliance Program apply globally to all CDM Smith employees as well as to agents, consultants, subcontractors and vendors.
WHAT WE PURCHASE
As a full-service engineering and construction firm, CDM Smith is looking to identify subcontractors and vendors that will support the firm’s projects in the following strategic areas: water resource management, environmental stewardship, energy management and development, transportation infrastructure and mobility, design-build, and program management.
You are invited to register your company, if your company provides services that CDM Smith is likely to purchase. Registration enters your company into the CDM Smith database of vendors and subcontractors and gives your company visibility among the procurement professionals working on active CDM Smith projects worldwide. Registrants are not automatically placed on a pre-approved bidder list, rather the registrant profiles are reviewed at the time subcontractor and vendor services are required for each project based on project-specific requirements. You will only be contacted by CDM Smith when you are being considered for work on a project.
- Register your business in CDM Smith’s vendor database.
- For awards under Federal Government projects, CDM Smith requires registration in the System for Award Management (SAM) website. Visit www.sam.gov to register .
- If you are a U.S. HUBzone business, CDM Smith requires a certification from the Small Business Administration. Visit www.sba.gov for certification requirements.