At AMA, the relationships we forge with our suppliers are key to upholding our integrity, agility, competitiveness, and ability to meet our customers' needs. AMA is committed to providing our suppliers with advanced procurement tools and processes, and best-in-class Supply Chain Management (SCM) systems to enable fast, secure and efficient ways to improve the information flow within our supply chain.
This page provides a centralized location for conducting business with AMA. Here you will find the latest information on our efforts to streamline the AMA procurement process by providing simplicity and consistency.
Ethics and Business Conduct
AMA expects all of its employees and suppliers to comply with Standards of Business Ethics and Conduct and ethical expectations, regardless of local business practices or social customs. To avoid any possibility of misunderstanding, embarrassment, or perception of favoritism, AMA has strict rules that govern the acceptance of business courtesies from suppliers. Please refer to our guidelines related to business gifts, gratuities, and special holiday events. We are committed to the ethical treatment of those to whom we have an obligation. AMA expects our suppliers, vendors, subcontractors and teaming partners to develop ethics and compliance programs that are consistent with our values in all material respects. If you are aware of any unethical activity, require clarification of our policies, have an ethics concern, or know of a violation of either AMA policy or of Federal, State, or Local laws, please click on the AMA Ethics Hotline link at the bottom of any AMA web page. You will have the option of remaining anonymous.
Supply Chain Management
AMA is committed to providing customer satisfaction as a fundamental objective. We are looking for suppliers that enable us to work within time, quality, cost, and technical performance constraints, with a continuous focus on customer requirements.
AMA is committed to a diverse supplier base that reflects the demographics and values of our company, customers, and the communities in which we operate. We encourage small, minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned (including service disabled veterans), and HUBZone businesses to register with AMA for subcontracting and procurement opportunities. We also encourage historically black colleges, universities, and minority institutions to register with AMA for opportunities to provide technical, engineering, and research services.
Analytical Mechanics Associates
21 Enterprise Parkway, Suite 300
Hampton, VA 23666-6413