Due to extremely hot weather, the City is implementing a Heat Health Emergency. You can find Cooling Centers, pools, spraygrounds, recreation centers, libraries with extended hours, and older adult centers on our interactive map. For help call the heatline at (215) 765-9040.
In effect: noon on Wednesday, July 17 to 11:00 p.m. on Monday, July 22

Diversity, inclusion, accessibility & immigration

Find a minority, woman, disabled-owned business

The City of Philadelphia is committed to diversity. City government aims to work with minority, women, and disabled-owned businesses (M/W/DSBEs) on public contracts as often as possible.

The Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) helps City departments do this. Through the OEO registry, M/W/DSBE-certified businesses get preference in the City contracting process.

The City aims to fill at least 35 percent of all contracts through minority, women, or disabled-owned enterprises. Non-City entities can also access this list. This process creates opportunities for diverse companies.

Who

Anyone looking to work with minority, women, or disabled-owned businesses.

How

The registry lists M/W/DSBEs that have been certified by an approved certification agency. Are you interested in working with an M/W/DSBE?

Search the registered businesses.


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