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We know that the procurement process is one tool to fight income inequality, increase inclusivity and create pathways to economic security and opportunity while getting the City’s business done for New Yorkers. This administration is committed to ensuring that our M/WBE program empowers our diverse population and creates a level playing field for businesses throughout the City.

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By the Numbers

$5.71 Million+
in combined prime and subprime contracts to M/WBEs in the first two quarters of FY 17.
$4 Billion+
awarded to M/WBEs as part of our 2015 OneNYC effort to award $16 Billion by 2025
4,800 +
City certified M/WBE firms