Mission success, customer satisfaction and Perfect Product Delivery continue to be ULA’s top priorities in all aspects of business. ULA assures access to space for our customers in the most reliable, cost-effective way, merging
state-of-the-art facilities and a highly skilled workforce. Our supplier partners and industrial base supporting our launch vehicle programs are a vital element in our success. We recognize and value our suppliers’ contributions
and commitment to excellence in producing the components of the Atlas and Delta product lines.
As a valued member of our ULA team, we look forward to further discussion regarding your role with ULA.
Please direct any questions specific to your subcontracts and purchase orders to your current procurement representative contact.
Thank you for your continued support!
For Purchase Order (PO) Invoices
ULA has moved supplier invoicing to the ULA Supplier Invoice Portal. This portal allows you to submit electronic invoices, accept early payment offers and offers 24/7 visibility into purchase orders, invoice status and payment details. To learn more, please click here.
For Non-PO Invoices
To submit an invoice, email it to email@example.com.
For all other invoice issues, contact the procurement representative on your purchase order.
Contact your procurement representative to request IT access. To address IT issues, call the ULA help desk at 877-295-5050.
The Procurement Quality organization is committed to teaming with our suppliers to provide our customers with timely, cost efficient and Perfect Product Delivery support that enables program and mission success. We are continually working to improve our processes and skills in order to better serve the expectations of our customers, while maintaining employee satisfaction and organizational pride in our workmanship. Our principles are flexibility, customer involvement and teaming.
Procurement Quality Contact
David Vankeulen, Leader, Procurement Quality
PO Box 3788
Mail Stop 6010-1001
Centennial, CO 80112
If QC014 applies to your purchase order, then a special process is required. Special processes are required to be performed by a ULA approved processor. For a list of ULA special processes and approved processors go to:
To request a quality audit to become approved for a specific process, contact your procurement representative.
If QC002 applies to your purchase order, then a source inspection is required by ULA to ensure the parts conform to our specifications before hardware may be shipped.
To request a source inspection, login to your ASAP account to schedule an inspection and your local inspector will coordinate with you. login to your ASAP account to schedule an inspection and your local inspector will coordinate with you.
If you do not have an ASAP account, contact your procurement representative. For help with ASAP, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supplier Data Transmittal (SDT)
If QC099 applies to your purchase order, then all quality documents are required to be uploaded into ULA’s supplier data transmittal (SDT) system before shipment to ULA.
To request access to the SDT system, contact your procurement representative.
For further help with the SDT system contact email@example.com or use the “contact us” feature in SDT.
In the performance of our contracts, it is our purchase policy to ensure that small businesses are given a fair opportunity and consideration to participate in ULA’s subcontracting process. The following enterprises shall have the maximum practical opportunity to participate in subcontracts falling within their demonstrated capabilities:
- Small business
- Service-disabled veteran-owned
- Small disadvantaged
- Historically black colleges and universities/minority institutions
- Alaska Native corporations and Indian tribes
Interested suppliers may forward their capability information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supplier Terms and Conditions
Click "Terms and Conditions" for access to terms and conditions in PDF form.
For full text of the FAR clauses, visit http://www.acquisition.gov/far.
Transportation Routing Guide
ULA is part of a “transportation consortium” utilizing transportation agreements based on leveraging the buying power of the consortium. Based on this, ULA will pay all freight charges utilizing the freight carriers noted in the ULA transportation routing guide.
Site contact information can be found within the guide.