MWBE Benefits & Resources FY 21-22 MWBE Annual Report Bidder MWBE Affidavit Forms FAQ Annual Small Business Expo March 16 Español
The Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) Program advocates actions, which increases opportunities for historically underutilized businesses and promotes diversity and inclusion in City of Raleigh contracting.
The City has an aspirational goal of 15 percent of the total contract amount to be performed by MWBE businesses on construction and repair projects of $300,000 or more, and contracts of $100,000 or more that include any State funding.
MWBE Benefits & Resources
- Benefits of the MWBE program
- Who is eligible for MWBE certification?
- Register for the MWBE informational certification sessions
- Sign up to become a supplier or vendor with the City of Raleigh
- MWBE Grants and Loans
- View City of Raleigh projects
- Please click on Search Open Bids in the menu bar near the top, then select NON-STATE – City of Raleigh from the Purchasing Agency drop-down menu, and then click Search.
- Information on current Bidding and Contracting opportunities
FY 21-22 MWBE Annual Report
View the FY 21-22 MWBE Annual Report.
Bidder MWBE Affidavit Forms
|Construction and Repair Projects of $300,000 or more and for contracts of $100,000 or more that include any State funding|
|Construction and Repair Projects $30,000 - $299,999.99|
|Professional Services Contracts (RFQ)|
|Other Services (RFP)|
|Optional Forms (if requested by the MWBE office)|
Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page for more information.
Annual Small Business Expo March 16
This year the Small Business Expo will return to an in-person event on March 16 at Southeast Raleigh High School. The City of Raleigh and the Wake County Public School System invite small business owners to attend this free event. Project managers from government agencies will be on site to talk with business owners about upcoming project. Learn how your business can become NC HUB/NC DBE Certified and how to bid on government contracts.