Chicago's Minority and Women-owned Business (M/WBE) Procurement Program demonstrates the City's continued commitment to the success of minority- and women-owned businesses. By promoting contracting opportunities to M/WBEs, the City's growth and economic stability is enhanced. Minority- and women-owned businesses wanting to take advantage of the opportunities afforded to them under the M/WBE program must be at least 51 percent owned and controlled by a minority or woman and be City-certified. City of Chicago certification is also accepted by other government agencies and some private agencies.
|Mar 26,2014||Mayor Rahm Emanuel to Award Taxicab Driver a Taxicab Medallion For Outstanding Service to Disable Community|
|May 22,2012||MBE/WBE Rules & Regulations for Construction and Non-Construction Contracts|
|Mar 14,2012||City Council Passes Graduation Phase-Out Program for Minority and Women Owned Businesses|
|Feb 29,2012||Mayor Emanuel Announces the Allocation of Funds from Allied Waste Settlement|
|Feb 16,2012||Ordinance to expand "CHICAGOFIRST" Local Business Bidding Preference Passes City Council|