A Robust and Diverse Supplier Network
ENA is seeking opportunities that leverage the talents of minority, women, and veteran-owned businesses to help deliver our transformative and innovative solutions to the education and library communities we serve. As an equal opportunity employer, ENA is committed to promoting diversity in all aspects of our business, and we have a strong corporate commitment to establishing and maintaining supplier diversity in support of minority, women, and veteran business enterprise program goals.
ENA has an established track record of seeking, establishing, and expanding partnerships with MWBE and veteran businesses. As we engage in the pursuit of new business and service opportunities across the nation, we partner with MWBE and veteran businesses to meet program goals and superior and cost-effective services to our customers.
Implementation and Support Services Needed:
At ENA, we are always searching for opportunities to partner with MWBE and veteran providers. Below is a sample list of the type of implementation and support services we are actively seeking.
- Installation of VoIP phone handsets
- Installation and configuration of routers and other network hardware
- Installation of low voltage cabling
- Installation of OSP & ISP—inside plant and outside conduit
- Configuration, break/fix, and troubleshooting services
- Staffing firms
- Printing and collating services
“Our intent in working with MWBE and veteran resources is not simply to employ their services, but where possible and appropriate, to help them enhance their services and position them to achieve real business growth.“
–Lenny Simpson, Senior Vice President of Operations, ENA
If you are an MWBE or veteran business or organization looking to partner with us, please click the link below to fill out a form and submit a request.
Examples of our most significant outreach process successes:
ENA is a proud member of the largest minority and women supplier networks in the nation. These networks connect us with thousands of MWBE organizations and provide resources and tools to further our commitment to engage a diverse network of suppliers.
National Minority Supplier Development Council Inc®
The National Minority Supplier Development Council Inc® (NMSDC®) is one of the country’s leading corporate membership organizations. Whether you are a small minority-owned business or a billion dollar powerhouse, the NMSDC helps organizations solve the growing need for supplier diversity. The NMSDC is committed to advancing Asian, Black, Hispanic, and Native American suppliers in a globalized corporate supply chain. ENA is proud to be a member of this esteemed organization.
Women’s Business Enterprise National Council
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose vision is to be the leader in women’s business development. Founded in 1997, WBENC is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States. The organization is committed to accelerating opportunities and creating a superior resource pool for all constituents. Through its strategic partnerships, WBENC is able to deliver world-class programming that enhances business development and growth by maximizing relevant knowledge programs and capitalizing on the wealth of industry expertise in its community. ENA is a proud supporter of WBENC and its dedication to fostering diversity in the world of commerce.