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DBE MBE WBE SBE Subcontracting Leads

What is

We are an online trade and focus publication started in 2005 that:

DBE M/WBE Invitations to Bid

We've e-mailed & faxed over


invitations to bid for prime bidders

Why choose DBE GoodFaith?

National DBE M/WBE SBE Journals

Maximize Ad Exposure

As a national small, minority, and women business trade and focus journal, we can help you advertise to this community for your public contract bid in any region in the United States. Moreover, anyone can access your notices for free on our Web site -- no registrations or subscriptions required.

Good Faith Effort Services

One Stop Shop

Broadcast and document subcontractor and supplier opportunities to minority, women, disadvantaged, small, and disabled veteran businesses from your account. We track the indications to bid sent, log telephone solicitations, provide proofs of advertisements, offer a planroom, and more.


Any certification, anywhere in the United States

We use government certification directories to help you find and solicit minority, women, small, disadvantaged, and other certified businesses. As long as a certification directory exists, we can help you solicit any company nationwide.

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Latest DBE, MBE, WBE, SBE, & DVBE News

Philadelphia exceeds 2014 M/W/DSBE contracting goal, sets new goal

Last week, the City of Philadelphia released findings that minority, women and disabled-owned business enterprise (M/W/DSBE) partici...Continue reading

City of Durham falling short on MBE, WBE contracting

The City of Durham is examining ways to adjust its minority- and women-owned business (MBE/WBE) program in order to ensure that these companie...Continue reading

Boston launches veteran small business program

Last week Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh signed an Executive Order creating a program aimed at increasing veteran-owned small business (VOS...Continue reading

DGS holding meeting about small business program changes

The public will have an opportunity to voice their opinion on the California Department of General Services' (DGS) proposed changes to the st...Continue reading

California DGS hosting "How to do Business with the State" Webinars

On February 13th, the Department of General Services published 5 webinars on "How to Do Business with California State Government, a 5-Step Pr...Continue reading

To support our Good Faith Effort outreach for a major bid, we engaged the services of DBE GoodFaith, Inc. We could not have been more impressed with the level of professionalism or the thoroughness of the services provided by their staff. Their level of communications, the scope of their support, and the quality of DBE GoodFaith's documentation exceed every expectation. Should any future bid require similar support, we would not hesitate to engage the services of DBE GoodFaith again.
J.R. Roton
PMP, Executive Director, Project Management
MasTec Transmission & Substation Group

Which certifications can help with?


Disadvantaged Business Enterprises

DBEs are frequently required on contracts that received federal funding from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). DBE contract compliance and certification programs are usually administered by state's DOTs.


Minority and Women Business Enterprises

MBE and WBE good faith effort requirements are usually found on state and locally-funded contracts. However, some federally-supported contracts, like those funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) may also require M/WBE outreach.


Small Business Enterprises

SBE programs are commonly implemented by state and local governments as race-neutral efforts to include smaller firms to the public contracting process. The SBE designation is usually defined by the Small Business Administration's (SBA) size standards.


Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises

There are only a handful DVBE programs in the U.S., but is still equipped to help you reach out to DVBEs. States that have DVBE programs include: Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Maryland, and New York.


Historically Underutilized Businesses

HUB programs are similar to DBE, MBE, and WBE programs in that they help socially and economically disadvantaged businesses participate in public contracting. HUB programs can be found in a number of states, including Texas and North Carolina.


Section 3, Local Businesses, etc.

There are many other programs at all levels of government, such as Section 3, Small Local Business Enterprise (SLBE), and Emerging Business Enterprise (EBE), that require that prime bidders perform good faith efforts. If a database exists, we can help.