Supplier Frequently Asked Questions

Looking to do business with Lockheed Martin? Find the answers to some of the common questions asked when getting started.
Lockheed Martin is committed to timely payments of their subcontracts. If you need additional assistance with the payment process, please contact the buyer for your purchase order, or contact the LMP2P Helpdesk for an alternative buyer.
The inclusion of sub-standard and unreliable parts in a Lockheed Martin product presents a serious threat to our goal of producing mission critical hardware our customers rely on. One cause of sub-standard and unreliable parts is counterfeit components.
The government released new Federal Acquisition Regulations rules associated with small business requirements. The change requires all formal solicitations, as well as the purchase orders, have the proper NAICS code and the size standard on each piece of documentation. Find out where and how to self-certify the size for each NAICS code, per the SBA’s size standards.
Lockheed Martin Corporation has moved to an electronic invoicing system to facilitate more accurate invoices and more timely payment to suppliers. This will replace all paper invoices, and no paper invoices will be accepted. Training is available to learn how to use the new tool. Suppliers can check the status of their invoices and payments.
The LM Fieldglass Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) replaces the Vendor Invoice Processing solution for electronic invoicing used by nearly all business areas of Lockheed Martin. It provides domestic and international Lockheed Martin labor subcontractors and contractors with a unique invoicing tool. Google Chrome is the recommended browser for use.