Supplier Information

Doing Business with ISI

We want to make it easy to do business with Intellisense Systems, Inc. (ISI) while also helping you to navigate the regulations involved in the aerospace and defense technology sector.

Supplier Term and Conditions

Supplier Quality Survey

The Supplier Quality Survey is utilized as part of the supplier qualification process. Thoroughly complete the form and submit with attachments as necessary to Information documented on the completed Supplier Quality Survey is subject to verification during ISI on‐site surveys and audits.

Supplier Deviation and Waiver Requests ISI COTS Flowdown,

Non‐COTS Flowdowns

Quality Clause Flow Down

Terms and Conditions ‐ Cost

Terms and Conditions ‐ Firm Fixed Price

Defend Trade Secrets Act Notice

An individual may not be held criminally or civilly liable under any federal or state trade secret law for the disclosure of a trade secret that (a) is made (i) in confidence to a federal, state, or local government official, either directly or indirectly, or to an attorney; and (ii) solely for the purpose of reporting or investigating a suspected violation of law; or (b) is made in a complaint or other document that is filed under seal in a lawsuit or other proceeding.

Critical Mineral Policy Statement

Critical Supplier Performance Measurements

ISI has a supplier performance measurement and reporting program wherein ISI provides supplier performance results on a quarterly basis to Level I (critical) suppliers. Critical suppliers are those who:

  • Fabricate parts and assemblies to ISI drawings and specifications
  • Provide parts or materials for which they are the only or one of a few sources due to technology, IP, patents, etc.
  • Provide parts or materials that have long lead‐times.
  • Engage in a significant amount of business with ISI in terms of dollars.
  • Engage in a significant amount of business with ISI in terms of part numbers.

Corrective Actions

ISI utilizes Quality Collaboration by Design (QCBD™), a quality software application through which supplier corrective actions are generated. The QCBD corrective action is forwarded to suppliers in a scanned format, and therefore cannot be revised by the supplier. It is acceptable that the supplier respond in their format provided the response addresses the key areas in the ISI corrective action: root cause, corrective action, effectivity, verification of effectiveness, etc. The response may be submitted via e‐mail to
In the event the Corrective Action Request (CAR) is not responded to by the due date, and a request for extension (see below) has not been received, a letter may be sent to the supplier requesting an immediate response. If an acceptable response is not obtained within the requested period, a second notice is sent to a senior management representative of the supplier. Continued failure to respond may result in further disciplinary actions up to and including probationary or disapproved status.
Requests for extension should be requested via e‐mail to

How to Contact Us

ISI Quality Assurance can be contacted as follows:

20600 Gramercy Pl. Torrance, CA 90501