Become A Supplier
If you are interested in becoming a supplier to ES3, please submit information about your company’s services and/or products to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are specifically interested in suppling aircraft landing gear parts (primarily under Federal Supply Class (FSC) 1620 and 1630), please visit the Parts Supply section of our website. There you can learn about the Landing Gear Collaborative Supply Chain Integration (LG-CSCI) contract, how to bid on LG-CSCI orders for landing gear parts, and view all open and past solicitations.
ES3 understands the importance of a healthy industrial supply chain and has developed standard Terms and Conditions (T&C’s) that are fair and mutually beneficial. Here you can download a copy of the ES3 Standard T&C’s. ES3 will consider requests to modify our standard T&C’s should a modification be appropriate to meet the requirements for the particular purchase order.
ES3 Standard T&C’s
US Government Business
Reps & Certs Form for Companies Registered with SAM.gov.
If your company anticipates a Purchase Order from ES3 ≥ $10K and you have a currently active registration with SAM.gov, you can complete a greatly reduced Reps and Certs Form.
Please submit your completed and signed Reps & Certs Form by emailing it to email@example.com. If you prefer to submit an encrypted and password-protected Reps & Certs Form, please do so and follow up by providing us with the password via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via voice or text to 619-338-0380.
Some of ES3’s US Government business requires ES3 to comply with the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA). When FFATA applies, ES3 is required to obtain a completed FFATA Form from our suppliers for purchase orders ≥ $30K. Please note that many companies find the FFATA form intrusive because it may require disclosure of executive compensation. However, it is the law if your company meets the qualifications. Many companies do not reach this reporting threshold and can satisfy the FFATA requirement by simply checking such boxes as your company does not reach the $25M in annual qualified business with the US Government or your company is publicly traded and therefore files all necessary disclosures with the Securities and Exchange Commission. ES3 can help you determine what sections of the FFATA Form you will need to complete. Provided is a copy of the FFATA Form.