Government Contracting

Save the Date!!! We will be in NYC Sept. 26

We will be featured on the upcoming panel “Achieving 30% Aspirational MWBE Goals” in New York City on September 26th. The panel will center on ways for the city to reach its 30% MWBE aspirational contracting...

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Hispanic Business Performance since the Recession-Revenue Growth by Industry (Part 2)

www.Gazelleindex.com seeks to provide information, data, and analyses that assist minority and small businesses in improving their performance. One of our readers’ favorite blog posts examined the 2007 – 2010...

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Crain’s New York Business Magazine Covers GazelleIndex Research

Crain’s New York Business Magazine reports on the research that GazelleIndex (Euquant) staff conducted for the construction industry in New York City. Minority hiring goals out of reach, construction industry...

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Improving New York City’s Minority and Women Owned Business Program

  Read our latest press release on the work that we completed for the city of New York that examined the capacity of M/WBE firms. Capacity is the amount of work a firm can perform in a specific period of time. The...

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For Black-owned Firms, Government Contracting Matters

Historically, Black-owned businesses have been more dependent upon local, state and federal procurement than have businesses of other groups. However, government contractors have experienced a bumpy ride over the last...

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Improving Federal Programs for Minority Businesses

Every federal program for minority businesses has a different personal disadvantage criterion. This is confusing and creates unnecessary bureaucracy and inefficiency. One uniform criterion should be created....

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Black and Latino Government Contracting: The Advantages and Disadvantages

Blacks and Latinos own 7.1% and 8.3% of all small businesses but make up 15.3% and 10.8% respectively of federally registered contractors. Government contracts provide advantages for minorities, but they often hit a...

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