Defense manufacturing involves complex supply chains that link prime contractors with dozens, if not hundreds of suppliers and subcontractors. Supply chain maps can help community leaders in a number of ways: Supply chain maps:
- Help identify suppliers and other sectors at risk in the event of a local company or base closure
- Can identify potential new markets for these at-risk firms
- May identify local gaps in the supply chain where a prime contractor is using mainland suppliers
- Help state, local and regional policy makers identify which existing assets, like training and assistance, can be aligned to respond to supply chain issues.
Sub Award Relationships Data Tool
This data tool helps uncover the relationships in the supply chain between the DoD awarding sub agencies, prime contractors, and sub-award organizations. Select an organization in Box B to show the prime and subaward Dollar flows. Hold the keyboard’s “Ctrl” key down to select more than one organization.
This data tool shows prime contractor self reported data from the USA Spending sub-award data only. It does not include all Hawaii prime contract awards. The sub award data is a small, but important subset of the overall spending.
Sub-Award Contract Details Data Tool
This data tool shows more details about specific prime awardees and their contracts. Choose a company from Box A to filter the contract details in Box B.
Like the Sub Award Relationships data tool above, this data tool only shows contracts listed in the USA Spending sub-award data set. It is a subset of the overall contracts for a particular company.