Each year, the Kansas City National Security Campus provides the National Nuclear Security Administration with more than 235,000 mechanical, electrical and engineering components — or 85 percent of the country’s nuclear stockpile parts.
Suppliers play a key role in helping us meet the needs of our core customer. In fact, on an annual basis, the KCNSC spends more than $350 million with a variety of external resources.
We’re committed to providing every qualified business with the opportunity to participate in our procurement process – including those designated as women-owned, veteran-owned or as a disadvantaged small business.
Visit the KCNSC Supplier Portal to learn how your business can become a KCNSC supplier and play a role in keeping our country safe.
The Kansas City National Security Campus is in the process of completing the transition from IPv4 to IPv6, this journey impacts vendors in that our contracts will soon specify the need for hardware and software to be capable of operating in an IPv6-only environment, as opposed to dual-stack, in acquisitions going forward. These requirements must be expressed using the U.S. Government version 6, USGv6, Profile and include the requirement to demonstrate compliance with those requirements through the USGv6 Test Program. Our goals are that at least 20 percent of IP-enabled assets on Federal networks are operating in IPv6-only environments by 2023. 50 percent by 2024, and 80 percent by 2025.