Your local government has just received single-prime bids on the construction of a new civic center. After evaluating the bids you’ve received, you determine that Crafty Contractor Construction Company (“Crafty”) is the apparent lowest responsive, responsible bidder. Crafty identified four historically underutilized businesses (HUBs, that is, minority and women-owned businesses) that it will use on […]
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Are You Certified? Part II: More Information About The New Statewide Uniform HUB Certification ProgramTuesday, August 25th, 2009
My post on the Statewide Uniform HUB Certification Program from two weeks ago prompted some follow-up questions through email. I thought it might be helpful to post those questions and my answers to those questions here.
On July 1, 2009, a new Statewide Uniform Certification Program for Historically Underutilized Businesses (commonly abbreviated as “HUBs” and formerly referred to as “minority- and women-owned businesses”) went into effect. North Carolina state agencies and local governments may now count only those businesses that are certified as HUBs through the new statewide program to determine […]