Vendor Information

If you are already a vendor, this page will assist you with day-to-day orders. If you are not yet a vendor and meet our quality requirements, please see the New Vendor Forms to begin the process.

As a U.S. Government contractor, we must meet the requirements of the Federal Acquisition Regulations in its Procurement process, as well as ensure that our procured commodities meet applicable military specifications. Our procurement needs vary across a broad range of commodities, including printed circuit boards, machined items, sheet metal, conduit/cable assemblies, connectors, and active/passive components and services. Our Procurement Quality Requirements specify our needs, and this is a good starting point for potential vendors.

We are a proud advocate of the small business. We actively seek out the small business owner and welcome all inquiries from Small Business Administration-Certified business interests.

We have an on-going supplier certification program to identify and qualify businesses as vendors who can become "best value" in terms of quality, delivery, price, and service. Those are selected vendors who maintain a consistently high quality and on-time delivery rating, are priced competitively, and are dedicated to service. We prefer long-term alliances with our vendors for strategic benefits to us and our vendors.

Our Procurement personnel are dedicated to establishing and maintaining working relationships with all our vendors. If you believe that your company has the attributes to be one of our our vendors, you are invited to complete a New Vendor Transcript Form and a Supplier/Subcontractor Selection/Evaluation Record and forward them to the Purchasing Department.


Become a Y-Tech Vendor:

To become a Y-Tech vendor, please complete the forms below and submit via email to Y-Techprocurement@yulista.com

New Vendor Transcript Form — This form provides Y-Tech with a profile of your company for input into our database.

IRS Form W9 — Required IRS form for the reporting of payments to our Vendors.

Representations, Certifications, and Other Statements of Offerors — This document contains certain representations and certifications that must be made by vendors proposing work for Y-Tech and its’ government customers. The document must be signed by the vendor and returned to Y-Tech before an award of over $100,000 can be made. This document must be completed on an annual basis to maintain Y-Tech vendor status.


Purchase Order Information

Some, or all, of the documents listed below may be referenced by a Y-Tech purchase order. By accepting the purchase order, the vendor agrees to abide by the documents referenced on the purchase order. Our vendors are encouraged to read and understand these documents.

Where necessary to derive proper meaning in a subcontract situation from these clauses, “Contractor” means “Seller,” “Contracting Officer” means “Buyer,” “Contract” means this Order, and “Government” means “Buyer or the Government.” The words “Government” and “Contracting Officer” do not change: (1) when a right, act, authorization, or obligation can be granted or performed only by the Government or the prime contract Contracting Officer or duly authorized representative (2) when title to property is to be transferred directly to the Government, and (3) in FAR 52.227-1, 52.227-2, and 52.246-23, as well as DFARS 252.227-7013 and 252.227-7014.

Standard Terms and Conditions for Commercial Orders — These are Y-Tech’s General Terms and Conditions from which our purchase orders are issued. Y-Tech vendors are encouraged to download, read, and understand fully these terms and conditions. Should questions arise, contact the Y-Tech Buyer who is listed as the point of contact on the purchase order.

Additional Terms and Conditions for Government Orders — These are U.S. Government-required flow-down clauses.

Purchase Order Quality Terms and Conditions — As a government contractor, Y-Tech must maintain high standards, such as the incorporation of these terms and conditions.


Request for Quotations:

The request for quotation/proposal you have received from Y-Tech references some, or all, of the documents listed below. When responding to Y-Tech’s request, you have accepted these documents as referenced on the request for quotation. You are encouraged to print and review the document(s). Below are links to the documents for your review:

Where necessary to derive proper meaning in a subcontract situation from these clauses, “Contractor” means “Seller,” “Contracting Officer” means “Buyer,” “Contract” means this Order, and “Government” means “Buyer or the Government.” The words “Government” and “Contracting Officer” do not change: (1) when a right, act, authorization, or obligation can be granted or performed only by the Government or the prime contract Contracting Officer or duly authorized representative (2) when title to property is to be transferred directly to the Government, and (3) in FAR 52.227-1, 52.227-2, and 52.246-23, as well as DFARS 252.227-7013 and 252.227-7014.

Quote Information — This document is for our vendors’ information, as it is a mandatory U.S. Government Clause in any negotiated procurement with an expected value of $700,000 or greater.

Standard Terms and Conditions for Commercial Orders — These are Y-Tech’s General Terms and Conditions from which our purchase orders are issued. Y-Tech vendors are encouraged to download, read, and understand fully these terms and conditions. Should questions arise, contact the Y-Tech Buyer who is listed as the point of contact on the purchase order.

Additional Terms and Conditions for Government Orders — These are U.S. Government-required clauses.

Purchase Order Quality Terms and Conditions — As a government contractor, Y-Tech must maintain high standards, such as the incorporation of these Terms and Conditions.


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