Bringing the Best Together
The Alion network includes subsidiaries, joint ventures, thousands of suppliers, and partnerships with businesses of virtually every size and description. These strong relationships support our ability to deliver a breadth of solutions to our clients, bringing the best available tools to address any mission need. We are proud of our commitment to supplier and partner diversity as well as the success of our long-term relationships.
Impact with a Global Network
The Alion network isn’t limited to our exceptional ~2,300 staff. Rather, our network is global, reaching throughout our subsidiary and partner organizations, our small business partnerships, university relationships, 3,500+ suppliers, and more. Whether you’re looking for the right contract vehicle to work with the U.S. Federal Government, have a new technology to share, or want to get connected with our colleagues outside of the United States, we are excited to welcome the right partners into our network so that we can build new relationships to bring the best possible solutions to the men and women of the Armed Services.
Locally Developed. Globally Delivered.
Alion Canada, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Alion, is headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, and was established in early 2009 for the purpose of developing a complete ship design capability in Canada. Alion Canada is supported by Alion’s global naval architecture and marine engineering resources — approximately 1,200 professionals dedicated to providing engineering and management services to the maritime markets — including all phases of combat and research vessel design, engineering, and acquisition.
To learn more, visit the Alion Canada website.
Become a Supplier
Alion is proud to work with the most responsive and experienced companies in the industry. Our suppliers — businesses of every size and description — deliver exceptional services, products, and technologies to help us deliver the solutions that our customers need, competitively and effectively. We locate and partner with suppliers that offer best-in-class knowledge and skills required by our diverse customer base, and we promote the use of small business concerns in all socioeconomic categories, to increase the breadth and depth of diversity and expertise that we can we offer.
Learn more about how to join our network on Supplier Central.
MORE THAN 3,500 DIVERSE SUPPLIERS
- Small Businesses 84%
- Small Disadvantaged 23%
- Woman Owned 25%
- Veteran Owned 18%
- Service Disabled Veteran 12%
Small Business Partnerships
Collaborate with Alion
As a world-leading solution provider to the U.S. government for difficult defense problems, we operate as both Prime and Subcontractor, as the opportunity requires. Our ultimate goal is to promote an open innovation model and welcome best-in-class solutions from wherever they can be attained, because that’s what it takes for real mission success.
If you’re a small business looking to work with Alion, review our technology interest areas below and get in touch if you see potential for us to work together:
- Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
- Human Machine Collaboration
- Predictive Analytics / Big Data Analytics
- Internet of Things
- Advanced Data and Signal Processing
- Cyber (Offense and Defense) Technologies
- C4ISR Technologies / PED Technologies
- Remote Sensing Technologies ( Components, Systems)
- Autonomous System Technology
- Electronic Warfare and CEMA Technologies
- PNT (Position Navigation and Timing) Technology
I look forward to meeting our current small business partners and to building relationships with new partners, including university researchers, small businesses, and those with commercial technologies that have crossover potential.
Contact us today if you want to collaborate or discuss a new opportunity.Todd Borkey
More Reliable. More Affordable. More Capable.
Realion Robotics is a joint venture that combines the extensive capabilities of Alion with the proven robotics experience of Reamda Limited of Ireland to produce robotic systems that customers can count on, day after day. Robots go into harsh environments where humans shouldn’t, extending the reach, without the risk. But remote-controlled robotics and their accompanying systems have traditionally been expensive and prone to breakdowns in the field. Military users tend to buy many times the number of robots they actually need, because they assume the devices will often be sidelined, and troops in the field can’t wait for repairs. Realion Robotics turns the value equation upside down with proven technology that’s more reliable and affordable than the Department of Defense has come to expect.
To learn more, visit www.RealionRobotics.com.
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