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Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Program

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Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)  Program Benefits

  • SDB Prime Proposers receive 100% SDB criteria point percentage in the solicitation process
  • Qualification for 10% price preference on ITBs
  • SDB set-asides
  • Invitation to Pre-bid conferences
  • Invitation to events such as: Business competitions, matchmaking sessions and power networking
  • Certified Supplier Directory provides the ability for commodities to be searched by buyers, end-users, prime contractors and project managers
  • Specialized 'Meet and Greet' with Procurement and College departments by commodity
  • Supplier of the Month website profiles
Become a Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Participant


Broward College recognizes its responsibility within the diverse business community in which it operates and therefore, has established the Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Program.  In order to participate in the SDB program, applicants are required to complete the SDB Application. You may contact the office of Supplier Diversity at 954-201-7824 with any question you may have.

 

SDB Registration Process:

  1. Must be an approved Supplier in the Supplier Registration Portal
  2. Complete Small Disadvantaged Business Program Application


Note: If the required documents are not received within 60 days, your Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) application will be remove from the system and you will have to reapply.

 

SDB Application

 

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