Suffolk County M/WBE Program

The program summary on this page was last updated on 07/18/2018. If any of the information or links are out-of-date, please contact us.

Suffolk County maintains a Minority/Women Business Enterprise (M/WBE) program, through which qualifying businesses may be certified as a M/WBE by the County’s Office of Minority Affairs.

Becoming certified allows a business to be listed in the County’s M/WBE database, which is used by the County to send email alerts about upcoming projects. Furthermore, certification as an M/WBE can increase a business’s access to contracting, as all general and prime contractors with Suffolk County are required to submit an M/WBE utilization plan along with their bid responses and RFPs.

Does this program require bidders attempt to make a good-faith effort to meet participation goals? Bidders must submit utilization plans to Suffolk County along with their bids detailing how they plan to make use of M/WBEs.



Get Certified    Search Directory

How do I publish news & events?



Learn more
Diversity Business Feed


Seeking MBEs, WBEs for the Disaster Debris Removal & Disposal Services contract in Variou...
Apr
01
9th Annual Veteran and Small Business Summit
Mar
12
The Annual California Procurement Expo
Feb
13
Meet the Buyers - Escondido
Westchester County Office of Economic Development enhancing MWBE program
City of Indianapolis finds disparities in M/W/V/DOBE utilization
Seeking DBEs for the OPERATOR FOR DEMAND RESPONSE PUBLIC TRANSIT SERVICES contract in Pan...
Seeking MBEs, WBEs, SBEs for the Human Services Transportation System contract in Fairfax...

Subscribe   Find More