MFDV BROKER DEALER INFORMATION CENTRE


MFDV BROKER DEALER INFORMATION CENTRE

http://www.fisgroup.com/ResearchCommentary/BICPage

Overview
Trading is an integral and important behind the scenes component to asset management for Investment Advisors. The Broker-Dealers who provide these services often go unknown to the clients whose assets they trade; however, as keys to providing effective asset management services, their businesses should be highlighted to clients. In an effort to provide Minority, Women, Disabled and Veteran-owned (MWDV) Broker-Dealers with greater visibility and access to clients/service providers, we have developed BIC—the Broker-Dealer Information Center. BIC will provide participating Broker-Dealers with the ability to input their firm’s information, qualifications and services into an online database that can be searched by interested potential clients. Currently, there is no recognized central database that allows for searches of MWDV Broker-Dealers, BIC will allow asset managers, investors, consultants and legislators to have access to such firms. The goal of the database is to act as a resource and provide the following potential benefits to all participating parties:

Increased utilization of Minority, Women and Disabled and Veteran-owned Broker-Dealers
Access to information about participating Broker‐Dealers’ qualifications and services
Exchange and review of selection criteria and expectations of Broker-Dealers between asset managers, institutional investors and consultants
We are hopeful that BIC will increase the visibility of the participating Broker-Dealers and ultimately lead to increased business opportunities. The overarching goal of BIC is to help close the opportunity gap and diminish the barriers to success experienced by MWDV Broker-Dealers.

View Examples of Platform Search and Matching Functionalities
Platform Mechanics
The FIS Group Research Institute will develop, host and support the BIC platform. The platform is currently under construction and those who have already registered will be notified of its completion. We encourage broker-dealers, asset managers, institutional investors and consultants to register (See link below to complete your registration). We envision the BIC database to be a collaborative initiative available at no cost to all those who wish to participate.

The Broker‐Dealer ‐ An authorized representative of each participating Broker-Dealer will be responsible for registering its firm, maintaining its information, and reporting success associated with the utilization of the BIC database. Documentation of any success associated with their use of the BIC platform is encouraged There will also be an option for participating Broker‐Dealers to hide information they deem sensitive or confidential from general public access and allow for the review of such only by registered asset managers, institutional investors and consultants.

The Asset Manager – If participation in the database search and posting capabilities is desired, an authorized representative of each participating Asset Manager will be responsible for registering its firm. The information required for registration will include the firm’s broker‐dealer selection requirements and expectations. Each registered Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the information for their firm is accurate and current. Documentation of any success associated with their use of the BIC platform is encouraged. There will be an option for registered Asset Managers to hide their names to avoid unwelcomed inquiries.

The Institutional Investor and The Consultants – If participation in the database search and posting capabilities is desired, an authorized representative will have the ability to:

(1) provide information regarding their Broker-Dealer policies and upload their lists of approved Broker-Dealers, if any;

(2) notify their Asset Managers and Broker-Dealers of the BIC platform and encourage their participation and use of the database.

Other Industry Participants – The BIC platform will be available as a resource to assist in gathering data for policy-making and act as a central database to identify and increase the utilization of MWDV Broker‐Dealers.
Information that can be queried by:

The Broker-Dealer
Firm Information:
Contact information, including ownership structure
Registration information including insurance and capital levels
Firm narrative including organizational structures and relevant systems
Broker Execution and Transition Management Capabilities:
Asset class expertise
Capabilities narrative
Share Research (optional):
Post research reports
Receive peer review and ranking analysis reports
The Asset Manager
Firm Information:
Basic contact information
Asset class expertise
Firm narrative
Broker‐Dealer and Transition Management Selection Criteria and Requirements:
Asset class specific criteria, including reporting requirements
Selection process
On‐going requirements
The Institutional Investor and The Consultant
Firm Information:
Contact information
Firm narrative
Broker‐Dealer and Transition Management Selection Criteria and Requirements:
Asset class specific criteria, including reporting requirements
Selection process
On‐going requirements
Policy guidelines and requirements

Quotes

“I believe MWBE broker-dealers have the capabilities and infrastructures to provide competitive execution. Providing them with a platform to create opportunities for the inclusion of the services they provide is crucial.”
-McCullough Williams III, Chair – Advisory Board of the FIS Research Institute

“Great investment execution is a collaborative effort between the idea generator (the asset manager) and the executor (the broker-dealer). The development of the BIC platform is the first step in building such collaborations.”
-Cesar J. Gonzales, Jr., CMFC, Director of Research and Publication for the FIS Research Institute

Carolina Capital Markets makes new investment for wounded veterans.


Carolina Capital Markets makes new investment for wounded veterans.
Veteran-owned firm provides work opportunities for veterans

Chapel Hill, NC (July 3, 2013) – Bond-trading firm, Carolina Capital Markets (CCM), recently linked with the USMC Wounded Warrior Regiment to put veterans back to work. The company hopes to use its recent “veteran-owned” distinction, given to them by the U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs, to recruit new hires from the wards of Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.

Tom Shugrue, senior principal and president of CCM, has been running his own fixed income, bond-trading firm for nearly 15 years. After years of mentoring young brokers, Shugrue is now turning his attention to returning veterans. CCM earned the title “veteran-owned” from Shugrue’s service as a Captain in the Marine Corps who served a tour of duty in Vietnam. Recalling his own return to civilian life, Shugrue remembers the challenges he faced and hopes to give current vets an opportunity to re-enter the work force.

“Because I own a registered broker/dealer, I can hire and properly train many wounded warriors who are transitioning out of the military,” says Shugrue. “With the infrastructure and support in place to facilitate this training program, we feel it is our civic duty to do so” he says.

Shugrue has enlisted the help of fellow Vietnam vet Ralph Markwood, a Purple Heart recipient, who lost his hand in the conflict. Markwood owns Chapel Hill Building Company and works part-time at Carolina Capital. He will lead the recruiting at Walter Reed among other areas of recruitment, drawing on his experience to offer advice.

Shugrue believes Markwood is excited for this opportunity. “There is no one better for the job” he says, adding: “This is an opportunity to give back and help transition our vets.”

Carolina Capital Markets, Inc
Location: Chapel Hill
Founded: 1994
Owners: Tom Shugrue, Steve Chaires
Brokers: 45
Annual revenue: $8 million

About Carolina Capital Markets
Carolina Capital Markets is an institutional fixed income broker/dealer owned by Tom Shugrue and Steve Chaires. CCM acts as a broker in the fixed income field, selling a range of fixed-income products including treasuries, corporate bonds, asset-backed paper, municipals, and more. The company sells bonds from hundreds of positioning broker/dealers worldwide. Buyers include investment managers, pension funds, endowments, banks, and others. CCM’s role is as a low cost executor and provider of third party research for institutional accounts.

More information about CCM can be found at http://www.ccmfit.com and the Triangle Business Journal’s recent article on CCM can be found at http://www.ccmfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/ccm.pdf.

Press contacts:

Steve Chaires
chaires@ccmfit.com
919-960-0807

Home Office
429 Meadowmont Village Circle
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
800.922.6864

MFDV legislative timeline from 2009 – 2012


A Must read, especially the points on Placement Agents…….

http://www.nasp-ny.org/files/pdf/MWBE%20Legislative%20Timeline.pdf

US States MFDV, MBE Certification processes


US States MFDV, MBE Certification processes

Commonwealth of Virginia
http://www.dmbe.virginia.gov/

Ohio
www.edge.ohio.gov/

Akansas
www.arkansasedc.com/…/minority-business-enterprise-certification-program

South Carolina
www.govoepp.state.sc.us/osmba/apps.html

Rhode Island
www.mbe.ri.gov/

Indiana
www.in.gov/idoa/2352.htm

Orlando
www.cityoforlando.net/admin/mbe/certification.html

Tennessee
www.tmsdc.net/certification.htm

Baltimore
www.baltimorecity.gov/…/MinorityandWomensBusinessOpportunityOffice/CertificationProcess.aspx

Oregon
www.oregon4biz.com/…Business/Business…/Minority-Owned-Business-Certification/

New Jersey
www.nj.gov/njbusiness/…/NEW%20MBE-WBE%20%20Web%20Application%20JAN_2012.pdf

Chicago
https://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/dps/provdrs/cert.html

Wisconsin
www.dot.wisconsin.gov/business/mbe/application.htm

Pennsylvania
www.iup.edu/page.aspx?id=128836

Alabama
www.adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/cdp/Pages/ombe.aspx

Nevada
www.nvmsdc.org/MBE%20Application1-19-09.pdf

NY
Division of Minority & Women Business Development

Florida
www.dms.myflorida.com/other…/office_of_supplier_diversity_osd

Cook County
www.cookcountygov.com/…/MBEWBE/cc_MBEWBE_scheduleA.pdf

US Minority Business Development Agency (US Department of Commerce)


US Minority Business Development Agency (US Department of Commerce)

Explains the MFDV certifcation process, US -wide

http://www.mbda.gov/main/business-certification

 

National Minority Supplier Development Council Certification Links


The National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. ® (NMSDC®) provides a direct link between corporate America and minority-owned businesses. NMSDC is one of the country’s leading business membership organizations. It was chartered in 1972 to provide increased procurement and business opportunities for minority businesses of all sizes.

http://www.nmsdc.org/nmsdc/app/template/contentMgmt%2CContentPage.vm/contentid/1311;jsessionid=36E013B093218F00BF4D6A74AB54B0A1

 

Regional Councils

 
ALABAMA
South Region Minority 
Supplier Development
Council, Inc.
Birmingham:
(205) 957-1883

ARIZONA
Grand Canyon Minority
Supplier Development
Council
Chandler:
(602) 495-9950

ARKANSAS 
Arkansas Mississippi Minority Supplier
Development Council, Inc.
Little Rock:
(501) 374-7026

CALIFORNIA
Southern California
Minority Supplier Development Council

Los Angeles:
(213) 689-6960

Northern California
Minority Supplier Development
Council

Oakland:
(510) 686-2555

San Diego Regional
Minority Supplier Development Council
San Diego:
(858) 537-2281

COLORADO
Rocky Mountain Minority
Supplier Development
Council
Denver:
(303) 623-3037

CONNECTICUT 
Greater New England 
Minority Supplier
Development Council
Bridgeport:
(203) 288-9744

FLORIDA 
Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council
Miami:
(305) 762-6151

Central and North Florida  Minority Supplier
Development Council

Orlando:
(407) 404-6700

GEORGIA
Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council
Atlanta:
(404) 589-4929

ILLINOIS
Chicago Minority Supplier Development Council
Chicago:
(312) 755-8880

INDIANA
Indiana Minority Supplier Development
Council
Indianapolis:
(317) 921-2675

KENTUCKY
Tri-State Minority Supplier Development Council
Louisville:
(502) 625-0159

LOUISIANA
Louisiana Minority Supplier Development Council
New Orleans:
(504) 299-2960

MARYLAND
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Maryland/DC
Minority Supplier Development Council
Silver Spring, MD:
(301) 593-5860

MICHIGAN
Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council
Detroit:
(313) 873-3200

MINNESOTA
Midwest Minority Supplier Development Council
Minneapolis:
(612) 465-8881

MISSOURI
Mid America Minority 
Supplier Development
Council
Kansas City:
(816) 221-4200

St. Louis Minority Supplier Development Council
St. Louis:
(314) 241-1143

NEVADA
Nevada Minority Supplier Development Council
Las Vegas:
(702) 894-4477

NEW YORK
New York and
New Jersey
Minority Supplier Development Council

New York:
(212) 502-5663

NORTH CAROLINA
SOUTH CAROLINA
Carolinas
Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. Charlotte:
(704) 549-1000

OHIO
Northern Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council
Cleveland:
(216) 363-0004

OHIO
South Central Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council
Columbus:
(614) 225-6959

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma
Minority Supplier Development Council
Oklahoma City:
(405) 767-9900

PENNSYLVANIA 
PA-NJ-DE Minority Supplier Development Council 
Philadelphia:
(215) 569-1005

Western Pennsylvania Minority Supplier Development Council Pittsburgh:
(412) 391-4423

PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rico Minority Supplier Development Council
San Juan:
(787) 627-7272

TENNESSEE
Tennessee Minority Supplier Development Council
Nashville:
(615) 259-4699

TEXAS
Southwest Minority Supplier Development Council
Austin:
(512) 386-8766

Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council
Dallas:
(214) 630-0747

Houston Minority Supplier  Development Council
Houston:
(713) 271-7805

VIRGINIA
Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council
Richmond:
(804) 788-6490

WASHINGTON
Northwest Minority Supplier Development Council
Tukwila:
(206) 575-7748

WISCONSIN
Wisconsin Iowa and Central Illinois Minority Supplier Development Council
Madison:
(608) 241-5858

2013 Georgia Minority Business and GDOT Certification Process


 collaborative effort between the Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) and the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) provides a joint process for minority certification. Companies desiring to certify as a “minority business enterprise” or a “minority subcontractor” may do so by submitting an application to the GDOT. The GDOT Certification Application captures the required data used by DOAS. This eliminates duplication of effort for suppliers and provides greater exposure of certified minority companies to state and local procurement officials and private sector suppliers.

All minority-owned businesses are strongly encouraged to certify via GDOT’s Certification not only because it minimizes the duplication of effort in the certification process, but also suppliers will be listed on both GDOT’s list of Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) and DOAS’ list of Certified Minority Business Enterprises (MBE).

Certification provides greater exposure to larger companies (thereby increasing subcontracting opportunities) and to government procurement staff (thereby increasing opportunities to sell directly to government). Moreover, because GDOT receives federal funding for contracts, suppliers can participate in GDOT’s federal programs intended to increase participation of small, minority, women-owned and other elgible certified businesses.

Only suppliers who have successfully completed the unified certification process and Registered in Team Georgia MarketplaceLink Opens in New Window are listed as “Certified Minority Business Enterprises”. For more information on the certification process, contact the DOAS Helpdesk at 404-657-6000.

In accordance with O.C.G.A. § 48-7-38, when computing taxable net income of a Georgia based corporation, partnership, or individual, there shall be subtracted from federal taxable income or federal adjusted gross income 10 percent of the amount of qualified payments to certified minority subcontractors. For more information on filing only, contact the Georgia Department of Revenue at 404-417-2399.

Certified Minority Business Enterprise ListingLink Opens in New Window

 

Fact Sheet: MBE & Minority Subcontractor Certification Process
 
Black
What is different about the process?
  The process for certifying as a Minority Business Enterprise pursuant to OCGA 50-5-130 and as a Minority Subcontractor pursuant to OCGA 48-7-38 with the Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS) has been streamlined. It now involves using the Georgia Department of Transportation’s (GDOT) certification application and personal net worth affidavit as the central certification forms. This will result in dual certification with both DOAS and DOT.
Black
How does this process benefit minority suppliers?
  Minimizes duplication of effort for suppliers by consolidating the certification forms that can be used by both GDOT and DOAS;
Enables suppliers to certify with two entities, DOAS and GDOT;
Provides suppliers that certify with greater exposure to larger companies by listing on both the DOAS list of certified minority businesses and the GDOT list of disadvantaged business enterprises;
Provides suppliers greater exposure to government procurement staff seeking minority suppliers to extend bid opportunities; and
Allows access to Federal GDOT programs intended to increase participation of small, minority and woman-owned businesse;.
Aligns certified minority subcontractors with Georgia corporations desiring to earn tax credits authorized through O.C.G.A. 48-7-38.
Black
How long will it take for a supplier to become certified?
  Suppliers can expect an evaluation period of 60 to 90 days. The certification process is very thorough and includes scheduled site visits, information exchange, document reviews, and transactions via the U. S. Postal Service.
Black
Is there any cost associated with certification?
  There is no cost to suppliers to apply for Minority Business Enterprise, Minority Subcontractor, or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification.
Black
How long are certifications valid?
  The DBE/MBE certification process has been streamlined into an annual review process. Once a supplier becomes DBE and MBE certified, they maintain eligibility by submitting an annual affidavit to GDOT.

Minority business enterprise definition – 2013


A Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) is an American term which is defined as a business which is at least 51% owned, operated and controlled on a daily basis by one or more (in combination) American citizens of the following ethnic minority classifications:

  1. African American
  2. Asian American (includes West Asian Americans (India, etc.) and East Asian Americans (Japan, Korea, etc.))
  3. Hispanic American – not of the Iberian peninsula.
  4. Native American including Aleuts

MBE’s can be self identified but are typically certified by a city, state or federal agency. The predominant certifier for minority businesses is the National Minority Supplier Development Council with its 35-40 regional affiliates.

2013 State of DASNY Certified MFDV’s Registary as at 31/5/2013


2013 State of NY Certified MFDV’s Registary as at 31/5/2013

DASNY History – In more than 60 years of service to New Yorkers, the Dormitory Authority has grown into one of the largest financiers and builders of public-purpose facilities in the United States.

http://www.dasny.org/construc/mwsbereg/results.php

Acacia Financial Group, Inc.

Address: 13000 Lincoln Drive West, Suite 206, Marlton, NJ, 08053

Contact Name: Noreen P. White

Phone Number: (973) 509-3990

Fax Number: (973) 509-1033

Email Address: nwhite@acaciafin.com

Web Address: http://www.acaciafin.com

AAP Class: Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New Jersey

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


APB Financial Group, LLC

Address: 17 State Street – Suite 1650, New York, NY, 10004

Contact Name: Quintano Downes

Phone Number: (212) 293-3414

Fax Number: (212) 785-0495

Email Address: qdownes@hfs-llc.com

Web Address: http://www.hfs-llc.com

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Backstrom McCarley Berry & Co., LLC

Address: 115 Sansome Street, Mezzane A, San Francisco, CA, 94104

Contact Name: Vincent McCarley

Phone Number: (415) 392-5505

Fax Number: (415) 392-5276

Email Address: vmccarley@bmcbco.com

Web Address: http://www.bmcbco.com

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: Other States

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Cadwyn Point Partners, LLC

Address: 26 Point Road, Norwalk, CT, 06854

Contact Name: Anne Yang-Dwyer

Phone Number: (203) 853-0284

Fax Number: (203) 853-0284

Email Address: ayang@cadwynpoint.com

Web Address: http://www.cadwynpoint.com

AAP Class: Minority Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: Connecticut

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


DeLara Associates, Inc.

Address: 262 Central Park West, New York, NY, 10024

Contact Name: Annette DeLara

Phone Number: (212) 580-8768

Fax Number: (212) 580-3079

Email Address: aldelara@delaraassociates.com

Web Address:

AAP Class: Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Esae Capital Partners LLC

Address: 233 Broadway – Suite 704, New York, NY, 10279

Contact Name: Jim Yang

Phone Number: (917) 399-7600

Fax Number: (888) 333-8050

Email Address: jyang@esaecapitalpartners.com

Web Address:

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


FRS Securities, LLC

Address: 1110 Bonifant Street, Suite 301, Silver Spring, MD, 20910

Contact Name: Claude Gregory

Phone Number: (301) 755-0081

Fax Number: (301) 650-0026

Email Address: claudegregory@frssec.com

Web Address: http://www.frssec.com

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: Other States

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Loop Capital Markets, LLC

Address: 88 Pine Street, 24th Floor, New York, NY, 10005

Contact Name: Karen Riley

Phone Number: (312) 913-2225

Fax Number: (312) 922-7137

Email Address: karenr@loopcap.com

Web Address: http://www.loopcap.com

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


M. R. Beal & Company

Address: 110 Wall Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY, 10005

Contact Name: Bernard B. Beal

Phone Number: (212) 983-3930

Fax Number: (212) 983-4539

Email Address: jmendola@mrbeal.com

Web Address: http://www.mrbeal.com/

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Rockfleet Financial Services, Inc.

Address: 515 Madison Avenue, 27th Floor, New York, NY, 10022

Contact Name: Catherine M. Corrigan

Phone Number: (212) 257-2205

Fax Number: (212) 320-0501

Email Address: wbe@rockfleetfinancial.com

Web Address: http://www.rockfleetfinancial.com

AAP Class: Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Samuel A. Ramirez & Co., Inc.

Address: 61 Broadway, Suite 2924, New York, NY, 10006

Contact Name: Samuel A. Ramirez

Phone Number: (212) 248-0525

Fax Number: (212) 344-1605

Email Address: vincent.mazzaro@ramirezco.com

Web Address: http://www.ramirezco.com

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Sandgrain Securities, Inc.

Address: 1050 Franklin Avenue – Suite 300, Garden City, NY, 11530

Contact Name: Kathleen Hay

Phone Number: (516) 750-7800

Fax Number: (516) 741-0390

Email Address: wbe@sandgrain.com

Web Address: http://www.sandgrain.com

AAP Class: Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: Long Island

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Stern Brothers & Co.

Address: 8000 Maryland Avenue, Suite 800, St. Louis, MO, 63105

Contact Name: Pepe Finn

Phone Number: (314) 743-4005

Fax Number: (314) 727-7313

Email Address: pfinn@sternbrothers.com

Web Address: http://www.sternbrothers.com

AAP Class: Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: Other States

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Sturdivant & Co., Inc.

Address: 3000 Atrium Way – Suite 520, Mount Laurel, NJ, 08054

Contact Name: Carl R. Gibbs, Jr.

Phone Number: (856) 433-6124

Fax Number: (856) 751-1141

Email Address: cgibbs@sturdivant-co.com

Web Address: http://www.sturdivant-co.com

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New Jersey

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Telsey Advisory Group

Address: 535 Fifth Avenue – 12th Floor, New York, NY, 10017

Contact Name: Jerry Arzu

Phone Number: (212) 584-4614

Fax Number: (212) 973-9711

Email Address: jarzu@telseygroup.com

Web Address: http://www.telseygroup.com

AAP Class: Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: New York

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Thomas P. Reynolds Securities, Ltd.

Address: 410 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 304, Jericho, NY, 11753

Contact Name: Kennon A. Brennen

Phone Number: (212) 742-1616

Fax Number: (212) 785-9377

Email Address: kenbrennen@tpreynoldssecurities.com

Web Address:

AAP Class: Minority

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: Long Island

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm


Westrock Capital Management, Inc.

Address: 754 Chestnut Ridge Road, Chestnut Ridge, NY, 10977

Contact Name: Robin Bhattacharya

Phone Number: (845) 371-8800

Fax Number: (845) 371-7689

Email Address: westrock00@aol.com

Web Address: http://www.westrockcapitalmanagement.com

AAP Class: Minority Women

ESDC Certified: Y

Region: Mid-Hudson

Type of Business: Banking and Financial Service Firm

Executive Order 13360—Providing Opportunities for Service-Disabled Veteran Businesses To Increase Their Federal Contracting and Subcontracting


Executive Order 13360—Providing Opportunities for Service-Disabled Veteran Businesses To Increase Their Federal Contracting and Subcontracting

Executive Order 13360 of October 20, 2004

http://www.elitesdvob.org/joomla/staticfiles/legislation/execord102104.pdf

This executive Order is the reason why their are Veteran MFDV’s.

 

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