Business With Aerojet Rocketdyne

Aeroje Rocketdynet requires a supply base that offers consistent, exceptional performance to allow us to remain competitive in the market. Suppliers must deliver on their commitments while continuously driving improvements to products and processes. Category Managers are diligently working to consolidate Aerojet Rocketdyne’s spend with only our best performing suppliers, eliminating suppliers that do not meet our rigorous performance expectations. At the same time Aerojet Rocketdyne’s Integrated Services team manages enterprise agreements for indirect goods and services growing partnerships with fewer suppliers.

To achieve total customer satisfaction, Aerojet Rocketdyne partners with its suppliers to identify innovative ways to build quality and producibility into its designs. We seek the input of our expert supply partners to improve efficiencies and build upon the reliability of Aerojet Rocketdyne hardware. This strategy allows us to drive affordability into our products while ensuring 100% mission success.

February 2014 Letter to All Suppliers

If you think you have an innovative product or service to offer Aerojet Rocketdyne and can meet our rigorous supplier performance expectations, please contact one of our Category Managers:

  • Kevin Noone
    Director, Category Management
  • Jesse Ramos
    Manager, Category Management
  • Andy Krochmalny
    Category Manager, Valves/Actuators
  • Jesse Ramos
    Category Manager (acting), Machined Parts/Raw Materials/Composites
  • Teresa Olson
    Category Manager, Electronics
  • David Holland
    Category Manager, Chemicals/Energetics
  • John Travanti
    Category Manager, Machined Parts
  • Liz Weissel
    Category Manager, Fabricated Parts/Composites
  • Ken Hansen
    Director, Integrated Services

As a defense contractor, Aerojet Rocketdyne also participates in various government programs that support Small and Disadvantaged businesses and you’ll find information about those programs and contacts by clicking on our Supplier Diversity page.

If your firm is already an Aerojet Rocketdyne supplier, you’ll find information needed to respond to Request For Quotations (RFQs), Purchase Orders (POs) and PO Changes, below.  The RFQs, POs and Changes link is where you’ll find Aerojet Rocketdyne Forms, Terms and Conditions, Quality Notes, and Aerojet Rocketdyne’s Performance Expectations for Suppliers.  There are also links below that contain information needed when Suppliers receive Aerojet Rocketdyne or Customer Property and/or Tooling and various policies that affect Suppliers when doing business with Aerojet Rocketdyne.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Transactions