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At Mnemonics, we understand the importance of building strong supplier relationships in today’s global economy. These relationships are crucial to our team’s agility, integrity, competitiveness, and ability to meet our customers’ needs. We work collaboratively with our suppliers as a unified team focused on a shared future.

Procurement Practices

At Mnemonics, our procurement policies ensure that we purchase materials of the appropriate quality, quantity, timing, and price and from appropriate sources. All procurement actions comply with applicable laws, regulations, and contractual obligations. We treat all suppliers and their representatives fairly and impartially.

Each business unit at Mnemonics determines its procurement requirements and selects its supply sources. Corporate agreements may be developed to cover the requirements of two or more divisions.

Suppliers and potential suppliers should contact Mnemonics through our Purchasing Department, as only Purchasing has the authority to commit to purchasing contracts.

We strongly emphasize the importance of competitive bidding as a good business practice. We evaluate potential suppliers based on ability, capacity, integrity, financial status, geographical locations, performance, reliability, quality of product, delivery, and overall customer-supplier relations before and during a purchase contract.

Mnemonics is committed to utilizing online tools and services to share information, exchange technology, and collaborate better with suppliers. As a supplier of Mnemonics, Inc., we hope the information provided on this page will be helpful to you.

You will find our standard terms and conditions for purchases below:

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Conflict Minerals Policy

At Mnemonics, we prioritize compliance with the SEC’s conflict minerals rule and work closely with our global supply chain to ensure its implementation. To achieve this, we have set up a conflict minerals compliance program modeled after the framework established by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Our enterprise is fully invested in executing this program.

Our supplier contracts will incorporate conflict mineral due diligence and reporting requirements. Mnemonics will only directly source tin, tungsten, tantalum, and gold from conflict-free sources, as defined in the SEC’s conflict minerals rule. Suppose we identify instances where minerals in our supply chain potentially fund armed groups as defined in the SEC’s conflict minerals rule. In that case, we will collaborate with our suppliers to identify alternative conflict-free sources.

Our commitment to responsible commercial engagement promotes economic development in Africa. We achieve this through heightened employee awareness and our corporate citizenship activities.

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    RoHS Compliant, DFAR: Specialty Metals, MIL-Q-9858A

    MIL-STD-810, NHB 5300.4 (IC), FDA Registered

    DoD Handbook 263, J-STD-001, MIL-STD-1686