At Mnemonics, we realize that in today’s global economy, the relationships we forge with our suppliers are key to our team’s agility, integrity and competitiveness, and our ability to meet our customers’ needs. At Mnemonics, we work with our suppliers as a single team, with a single future.
Mnemonics procurement policies govern the purchase of materials of the right quality, in the right quantity, at the right time, at the right price and from the right sources.
All procurement actions are based on conformance with all applicable laws, regulations and contractual obligations. All suppliers and their representatives are treated fairly and impartially.
Each business unit within Mnemonics determines its own requirements for procurement and selects its own sources of supply. In some cases corporate agreements are developed to cover the requirements of two or more divisions.
Suppliers and potential suppliers must make their contacts with Mnemonics through our Purchasing Department. Only Purchasing has the authority to commit to purchase contracts for Mnemonics.
Our company emphasizes the importance of competitive bidding as a good business practice. We consider ability, capacity, integrity, financial status, geographical locations, performance, reliability, quality of product, delivery and overall customer-supplier relations in evaluating a potential supplier before and during a purchase contract.
Mnemonics is committed to the use of online tools and services to share information, exchange technology and work together better with our suppliers.
We hope the information contained within this page will provide you with the information you need as a supplier with Mnemonics, Inc.
You will find our standard terms and conditions for purchases below:
Conflict Minerals Policy
Mnemonics is committed to working with our global supply chain to ensure compliance with the SEC’s conflict minerals rule. We have established a conflict minerals compliance program that is designed to follow the framework established by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Our enterprise is fully engaged in implementing that program.
Our supplier contracts will include conflict mineral due diligence and reporting requirements. Any direct sourcing by Mnemonics of tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold will only be from conflict-free sources, as defined in the SEC’s conflict minerals rule. As we become aware of instances where minerals in our supply chain potentially finance armed groups as defined in the SEC’s conflict minerals rule, we will work with our suppliers to find alternate conflict-free sources.
We are committed to promoting economic development in Africa through responsible commercial engagement, driving employee awareness, as well as through our corporate citizenship activities.
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