Rockwell Collins Recognized for Work With Veteran-Owned Suppliers

Rockwell Collins is one of 25 U.S.-based companies that have received recognition under the National Veteran-Owned Business Association’s 2017 Military Friendly Supplier Diversity Program.

The association included Rockwell Collins in the list of companies published in the Vetrepreneur magazine for including veteran-owned businesses into supplier diversity programs, the company said Wednesday.

Vetrepreneur ranked the companies based on supplier diversity program policies that incorporate veteran-owned businesses and the companies’ outreach strategy toward those type of suppliers.

The magazine conducted a survey, online research and telephone inquiries in order to assess the candidate companies.

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