To advance diversity at Rockwell Collins, we focus on a three-pronged strategy – our workforce, our workplace and our marketplace.
Our marketplace strategy focuses on ways to provide innovative solutions to best serve customers, other stakeholders and the community. Diverse suppliers contribute to our company's success in promoting this innovative spirit. Working together with small businesses that deliver superior products and services, Rockwell Collins builds trust every day with our customers.
We believe that small businesses should be given the maximum practicable opportunity to provide goods and services for which they are technically and financially qualified. Small businesses include those owned and controlled by women, companies certified as owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, companies certified as being located in a historically underutilized business zone, and by veterans, including service-disabled veterans.
To assist small and diverse businesses in the United States and expand opportunities in the marketplace, Rockwell Collins engages in additional outreach activities, including the Department of Defense’s Mentor-Protégé Program, Small Business Innovation Research, SeaPort-e and Small Business Set-Asides.
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