certifying agencies

Steps to Certification

  1. Register as a Vendor
  2. Complete Application
  3. Submit Application and Supplemental Documents
  4. Onsite (possible)


Checklists

 

State of Ohio


MBE/EDGE

(Department of Administrative Services)
DBE
(Department of Transportation)


City of Akron
Vendor Registration


City of Cincinnati
Small Business Certification


City of Cleveland 
CSB, MBE, FBE, Section 3


City of Columbus
MBE, FBE, HBE, ABE


City of Dayton
MBE, WBE, SBE, DLSB


City of Toledo
MBE, FBE


Columbus City Schools
LEDE

 

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The Basics of MBE/EDGE/FBE Certification workshops

The Kasich Administration, through the Ohio Department of Administrative Services, is working to increase participation by minority and women-owned businesses in state contracts. Many of these opportunities will require MBE (minority business enterprise) or EDGE (Encouraging Diversity Growth and Equity) Certification.

Attend this information packed workshop taught by certification expert Ronda Watson Barber. Learn about the various certifying programs and what documents need to be submitted with your application.

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