(OMBE) . Scott Stewart. P.O Box 5690. Montgomery, Alabama 36103-5690. 334-353-3966. firstname.lastname@example.org. 2. Why?. Federal Government – Federal Regulations. 52.219-8 - . Utilization of Small Business Concern. ID: 743857
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Office of Minority Business Enterprise (OMBE)
Scott StewartP.O Box 5690Montgomery, Alabama email@example.comSlide2
Why?Federal Government – Federal Regulations
52.219-8 - Utilization of Small Business Concern 52.219-9 - Small Business Subcontracting PlanExecutive Order # 89 – Governor George C. WallaceSlide4
I NEED YOUR HELP!!!!!WE need more minority and woman owned businesses to have this certification.
Certified minority and woman owned businesses help the CDBG Program and CDBG funds help minority and woman owned businesses.MBE reports and other reporting forms must be sent to HUD on a quarterly basis.Large contractors are typically in need of minority and woman-owned sub-contractors on construction projects.The more business that are on my OMBE list the more it helps you when trying to solicit minority and woman owned contractor participation on CDBG projects.CDBG funded projects create jobs in Alabama.Slide5
UNDER UTILIZATION OF OMBEReceipt and distribution of RFQ/P’s and bid notifications.What is done with the RFQ, RFP or bid notification?Information is sent to the certified businesses on the list I maintain.
Communication ProcessWho – OMBE, Local Governments & Grant AdministratorsWhat – Bid Opportunities
When – As soon as RFP/RFQ identified & not less than two weeks before the due date.Slide7
Additional Agencies to Notify or Acquire Information
ALDOT – Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (DBE) John HuffmanP.O. Box 303050Montgomery, Alabama firstname.lastname@example.org
Alabama Small Business Development Center Network
Mr. Brian Davis, Director
PO Box 870396
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
ADECA OMBE Application Process
An eligible business must be at least 51% owned and controlled by the minority or female owner(s).http://adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/cdp/Pages/ombe.aspxCertification is issued for 2 years. Businesses can be recertified through affidavit process.Slide9Slide10
CERTIFIED MINORITY WOMAN OWNED BUSINESS
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