MWEDSBE and Contract Management System

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Search Denver's Certified Directory by entering search parameters and clicking Search. You must select at least one certification type.

The Directory lists businesses that may be utilized by Primes, contractors or consultants to select certified EBE, SBE and M/WBE firms to help meet individual EBE, SBE and M/WBE project goals written in each City & County of Denver contract.

For DBE and ACDBE firms, an agreement mandated by Federal DOT establishes a central directory (UCP). The combined CO UCP directory contains DBE and ACDBE firms certified by both the City of Denver and the State of Colorado. Please use this directory when searching for DBE and ACDBE certified firms.

The EBE program promotes the utilization of Emerging businesses in the City and County of Denver’s construction or construction-related projects in addition to some goods and services.

The SBE program promotes the utilization of Small businesses in the City and County of Denver's construction or construction-related projects in addition to some goods and services.

The M/WBE program promotes the utilization of minority and women-owned businesses in the City and County of Denver's construction or construction-related projects in addition to some goods and services.

The DBE and ACDBE program promotes the utilization of disadvantaged businesses in construction, construction-related, concession and service contracting opportunities in the City and County of Denver. The DBE program is designed to prevent racial and gender-based discrimination in projects funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

If you have any questions or comments, please email our office at certificationinfo@denvergov.org.

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