Minority Owned Business Templates

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This form is used by the participants of 8(a) programs to prove they meet the eligibility requirements of the program.

The form is submitted with the Small Business Investment Company (SBIC)'s letter of application for a commitment by the Small Business Administration (SBA) to reserve financial assistance on its behalf. The form ensures that there will be no discrimination on any grounds in regard to any business or activity that has received financial assistance from the SBA.

This document is for small agricultural cooperatives who want to apply for certification under the HUBZone Program. The HUBZone Program is a government initiative that helps small businesses in historically underutilized areas gain access to federal contracting opportunities.

This form is used for registering as a Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) bidder in New York.

This type of document lists the certified minority and women owned businesses that have been utilized in New York on a quarterly basis. It is used for tracking and promoting diversity in business partnerships.

This document is used for requesting a Certificate of Service for an appeal related to the suspension of a company's 8(A) Business Development Program eligibility.

This form is used for individuals or businesses in Washington to provide a sworn statement confirming their compliance with minority and woman-owned business utilization requirements.

This document is a program review tool used in Texas for the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program. It helps to evaluate and assess the effectiveness of DBE programs in promoting the participation of small businesses owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals in government contracts and procurement opportunities.

This Form is used for Commercially Useful Function (CUF) determination for professional and scientific services under the DBE Program in Texas.

This type of document is a request for an on-site visit by the Small Business Supplier Diversity (SBSD) department in Virginia.

This Form is used for claiming the Underutilized Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (UDbE) Trucking Credit in the state of Washington. It is used to support and encourage the participation of UDbEs in the trucking industry.

This Form is used for submitting the quarterly report for the Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) Program in New York.

This Form is used for submitting the MWBE Utilization Plan in New York. It provides instructions on how to fill out the form and details the required information and documentation needed for the plan.

This document is for promoting usage of minority, women-owned, and service-disabled veteran owned businesses in New York.

This document is used for submitting a "No Change" affidavit for the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) programs in Rhode Island.

This Form is used for minority-owned businesses in South Carolina to participate in state procurement opportunities.

This document outlines the pre-award good faith efforts required in Connecticut. It provides guidance on how to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion during the procurement process.

This form is used for submitting the Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Statement for Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs) in the state of New York.

This form is used for small works projects in the state of Washington. It is a questionnaire that contractors can fill out to provide information about their qualifications for small construction projects.

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