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Minority, Women, Disabled Owned Business Support

Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO)

Works with the Philadelphia business community to build internal and external alliances with Minority ("MBE"), Women ("WBE") or Disabled ("DSBE") owned business enterprises (collectively "M/W/DSBEs), with the City of Philadelphia, and with private industries to help develop strong, mutually beneficial relationships that facilitate successful networking opportunities.

Registration Benefits

Is your company minority, woman, or disabled owned? You qualify to become part of the City's registry of preferred partners.


Businesses must get certified by an external agency prior to submitting an application for the City’s registry.

Contracting Opportunities

City departments use the OEO registry when purchasing goods and services.

What's New

  • Mayor Nutter Celebrates 35 Years of Economic Opportunity, Releases 2014 Annual Report
  • OEO releases its FY2013 Annual Participation Report
  • Read the City of Philadelphia FY2013 Annual Disparity Study

Do Business with the City

1. Become M/W/DSBE certified
2. Join the OEO Registry
3. Use the City’s procurement websites to grow your business