More often than not, the best technological solutions result from collaborations. For decades, we have been partnering with organizations of all sizes—from entrepreneurial startups to multi-national corporations. Through these trusted alliances, we offer businesses the following:
Some of the organizations with whom we have worked include:
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We offer a variety of options for working together. Learn more about our partnering mechanisms.
How to Start Doing Business with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PNNL is always seeking qualified businesses as partners in achieving our missions.
The Laboratory supports the DOE's small business objectives by ensuring that a good percentage of our acquisitions are made with small and disadvantaged businesses. If you are interested in contracting with us we encourage you to list your company in our Acquisition Supplier Portal (ASP) System. We are proud to adhere to the highest ethical standards that provide fair opportunity to all businesses who wish to work with us. We are responsible for procuring high quality products and services for the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. In a cost-effective, timely manner, we seek competition to the fullest extent possible and are dedicated to the highest standards of ethical conduct throughout the acquisition process. In support of the US Department of Energy's socioeconomic objectives, we strive to place a fair portion of our total acquisitions with qualified small businesses, small disadvantaged firms, and woman-owned small business concerns. Learn more about how to start doing business with PNNL.
Starting July 1, 2021, Non-Fed SPP (Strategic Partnership Projects) sponsors are required to change payment instructions. PNNL contract specialists will formally request, via a contract modification, that individual sponsors change their payment instructions. The contract modification will include documentation with guidance for automated clearing house payments and wire transfers. The changes will result in payments to PNNL being sent directly to the U.S. Treasury Fiscal Service for processing.
To verify the validity of this request, reach out to your contract specialist or email PNNL accounts receivable at AR@pnnl.gov.