Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Doing Business with LLNL

Thank you for your interest to do business with LLNL. The Laboratory spends approximately $450,000,000 annually through procurements to a diverse group of large and small business concerns for a broad range of products and services which support the Laboratory's overall mission.

If you are a small business and would like guidance on how to do business with LLNL and examples of the types of products and services we procure, visit Doing Business with LLNL and What We Buy


Get Connected - All businesses are encouraged to register and maintain an active profile in the System for Award Management (SAM), which is the primary vendor database for the Federal Government. In (SAM), you may self-certify yourself as a small business, if you meet the Federal government's definition of a small business. A DUNS number is required to complete the registration. If you need to register for a DUNS number, go to (

If you would like to be considered as a potential supplier of goods and services to LLNL, please complete LLNL's Supplier Information Form. The form allows suppliers to submit their company profile information to LLNL.

Please note that your submittal does not guarantee that any business opportunities will be forthcoming in the near or distant future. LLNL's prospective supplier database, as well as SAM and the SBA databases, are used as needed as a research tool by LLNL employees when performing market research and when sourcing potential procurement actions.

Subcontract Opportunities

For future opportunities, please visit FedBizOpps, DOE Forecast of Opportunities, or LLNL's Small Business Subcontract Opportunities page. To help market your products and services, meet face to face with contractors and federal agencies, and obtain subcontract opportunities for small businesses, view our Outreach Events.


To assess how we are performing against our small business goals view Socioeconomic Performance. We are committed to making a difference and to view a few of our awards for our small business performance view Small Business Awards and Recognition.

Mentor Protégé Program

The Mentor Protégé Program is designed to provide critical developmental assistance to protégé companies in the fundamental principles of building solid, established, successful businesses. If you would like to find out more about this program and the qualifications view the Mentor Protégé Program.