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Vendor Registration

Thank you for your interest in becoming a subcontractor with Chickasaw Nation Industries, Inc. (CNI) and its family of companies. At CNI, we continually seek new vendors and subcontractors and strive to promote diversity and competitive sourcing to the maximum extent possible.  Subcontractors are selected on the basis of the company’s ability to satisfy CNI requirements, which include price, quality, delivery, technical capabilities, financial capabilities, and service.

If you would like to be considered as a potential subcontractor for CNI, follow the below steps.

  1. Browse our website to become familiar with CNI to determine which CNI company you would best be able to provide services for.
  2. Complete our online Vendor Registration Form below. Vendor registration is a prerequisite for doing business with any CNI company. Information provided in this form will be kept confidential and will be subject to reasonable safeguards against improper disclosure.
  3. By registering, you will be entered into CNI’s internal vendor database. Registration is not a guarantee that your company will receive a request for quote or a subcontract from CNI and does not imply that your company has any type of procurement relationship with CNI. The registration provides key information about your company to internal CNI groups. All CNI business units will have access to this information and you will be contacted if an opportunity becomes available.
  4. CNI will send an annual reminder to all registered companies to revisit the registration form to ensure it is up to date. Failure to update annually will result in the records’ expiration and removal from the active database.
Contact Information
Company Information
Main Registration
Company Size
Company Details
Company Hierarchy
List Three Major Customers
Financial Responsibility
Select whether the company has any of the below Acceptable Contractor Business Systems:
Quality System Certifications
Prime Contracts
ITAR Registration
International Traffic in Arms Regulations