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Mayor Muriel Bowser
Dear Small Business Stakeholder:
Small businesses are the engine of our economy. As Mayor, I am
committed to creating an environment where District businesses
can start, grow, and thrive. That includes leveraging the
Government of the District of Columbia’s procurement dollars to
support small business growth.
Historically the District’s process for connecting businesses with
local procurement opportunities has been flawed. Earlier this
year, my Administration set out to change that.
We are re-envisioning the way we approach procurement. I am holding District government agencies
accountable so that they give Certified Small Business Enterprises (CBEs) a fair shot. To that end, I
have established FY16 CBE spending goals for District agencies.
Unlike previous years, my team conducted a top-to-bottom, data-driven analysis of past practices and
set realistic, but bold, CBE goals. My Administration is committed to spending $317M with CBEs in
FY16.
We are confident that these goals accurately predict the very least amount that District agencies could
spend with CBEs. And I will hold District agencies accountable to these goals.
Over the coming weeks, we will roll out a suite of services for CBEs to navigate the procurement
process. We will make the process more transparent, and we will connect businesses with available
procurement opportunities.
To get us started, we are releasing this book, which includes an agency-by-agency overview of CBE
spending availability. We are also launching a website (cbeconnect.dc.gov) to provide an online,
user-friendly platform for CBEs to search for opportunities.
Small and local businesses are critical to our city, and they are vital to our ongoing success. As a fifth
generation Washingtonian, I have witnessed how small businesses have transformed our city, invested
in our communities, and given countless District residents a pathway to the middle class. I am
committed to supporting our small business community, because they have given so much to our city.
Sincerely,
Mayor Muriel Bowser
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Dear Small Business Stakeholder:
As Director of the Department of Small and Local Business
Development (DSLBD), and a former small business owner, I
appreciate the Mayor’s and Councilmember Orange’s commitment to
utilizing local procurement power to drive small business growth and
development. Driving economic development is a top priority for the
Bowser Administration. One of the best ways to achieve this goal is
through growing our small and local businesses.
Mayor Bowser charged me with developing a transparent system that ensures maximum CBE
participation and provides a platform where small businesses can successfully compete and win District
government contracts. We have focused our efforts on ensuring compliance with the District’s CBE law
to ensure CBEs are accessing opportunities fairly and with ease. We have reached significant milestones
in developing a simpler and effective expendable budget goal setting process where agencies will be held
accountable. To establish an increasingly transparent system where CBEs are connected in real time with
contracting opportunities, we are releasing this book and launching CBE Connect, a new website that will
be a one-stop shop for CBE contracting and procurement opportunities.
The Bowser Administration is committed to a fair and accessible procurement process, as I am. I look
forward to continuing the improvement of the District’s contracting and procurement
program to better position our CBEs to compete and win.
Sincerely,
Ana R. Harvey
Director, Department of Small and Local Development
Director Ana Harvey
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Councilmember Vincent Orange (At-Large)
Dear Small Business Stakeholder:
I am pleased to join Mayor Muriel Bowser and Ana Harvey, Director
of the Department of Small and Local Business Development
(DSLBD), to announce the FY16 expendable budget of $634 million,
of which 50%, or $317 million, is required by District agencies to
be spent with certified business enterprises (CBEs). The Mayor’s
leadership and commitment to realizing the full potential of small
and local business development is to be commended.
As Chair of the Committee on Business, Consumer and Regulatory
Affairs, which has oversight of DSLBD, I strongly believe the District can meet the goal and exceed what
the law requires. I introduced legislation that overhauled the CBE program: the “Small and Certified
Business Enterprise Development and Assistance Amendment Act of 2013” and the “Small and Certified
Business Enterprise Waiver and Recertification Amendment Act of 2014”. Both were passed unanimously.
These measures provide:
•	 CBE certification period extended from 2 years to 3 years;
•	 If there is no material change, CBEs are allowed to self-re-certify on subsequent certification
registration;
•	 For FY16, each agency must submit a spending plan to achieve their spending goal (all agency
spending plans must total $317 million);
•	 Agencies are prohibited from spending more than 50% of its expendable budget with non CBEs
unless granted a waiver by the Mayor;
•	 Before making a determination on a request for a waiver, DSLBD must notice all registered CBEs
of the waiver request and post the waiver request online;
•	 35% CBE subcontracting plan must be submitted for construction and non-construction projects; and
•	 Contracts that are $250,000 or less must be set aside for CBEs.
It is imperative to keep small businesses in the District solvent because small businesses create jobs,
pay taxes, and provide opportunities. Studies show that small businesses hire local residents and local
residents pay local taxes. We must support businesses located in the District that are subject to
District taxation and hire District residents.
More than ever, the District is committed to fostering an environment where small businesses can achieve
success. I, along with the Mayor and Ana Harvey, are committed to ensuring that small businesses are
afforded the opportunity to grow, thrive and prosper in the District of Columbia.
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Committee on Business, Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
Brianne Nadeau (Ward 1)
Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 102, NW Washington, DC 20004
Tel: (202) 724-8181 | Fax: (202) 724-8109
“The CBE program helps ensure funds from the District are put to work creating
jobs for District residents. Local funds stay local, which means they strengthen our
regional economy and build opportunities for Washingtonians.”
The Council of the District of Columbia Committee on Business, Consumer, and Regulatory Affairs is
responsible for matters concerning small and local business development policy; consumer and regulatory
affairs; and the regulation of banks and banking activities, securities, and insurance, including private health
insurance, but not including the Health Benefit Exchange. The committee is also responsible for matters
related to workforce development issues, employment, and manpower development.
Committee Members
Brandon Todd (Ward 4)
Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 105, NW Washington, DC 20004
Tel: (202) 724-8052 | Fax: (202) 741-0908
“Small businesses put people to work and drive our economy. I am grateful to
Mayor Bowser and Councilmember Orange for their work re-envisioning the way
the District supports our small businesses. I will work with my colleagues to ensure
that small businesses get the support they need to succeed in the District.”
Charles Allen (Ward 6)
Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 406, NW Washington, DC 20004
Tel: (202)-724-8072
“Small businesses face a number of challenges to get off the ground and to grow.
This effort to connect more small businesses to District government procurement
opportunities evens the playing field, so that businesses of all sizes can make it in
our city.”
Elissa Silverman (At Large)
Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 408, NW Washington, DC 20004
Tel: (202)-724-7772 | Fax: (202)-724-8087
“I am committed to working with the Bowser administration to make sure we
support our small, local businesses. They are a great economic engine for the
District.”
Vincent Orange, Chair (At Large)
Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 107, Washington, DC 20004
Tel: (202) 724-8174 | Fax: (202) 727-8210
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How to Find an Opportunity
Welcome to the District of Columbia Government CBE Opportunity Guide!
The guide lists: (1) FY16 expendable budgets by agency, including operating and capital dollars, (2) CBE
spending goals, (3) planned acquisitions (contracts over $1 million), and (4) potential business opportunities
where CBE capacity has not been available to fulfill procurements in the past. Additional CBE opportunities,
beyond the $317 million identified in this guide, are available through construction projects and other capital
improvement projects. The District is launching a website dedicated to making it easier for CBEs to find
opportunities as they become available: cbeconnect.dc.gov.
This guide is one part of a larger suite of services that the District is launching to connect CBEs to
procurement opportunities. Each agency page of this guide contains the following information:
FY 16 CBE Spending Goal
This section represents the minimum that each monitored District agency is required to spend with CBEs
in FY16.
How the CBE Goal is Calculated?
This section provides the exact calculation that was used to determine each agency’s CBE goal. The pie
chart on the left shows the total agency budget broken out by personnel and fixed costs that cannot be
performed by the CBE community, separated from the “purchasing power” of the agency. The pie chart on
the right shows the purchasing power of the agency showcasing (1) the agency’s expendable budget, half of
which must be used to procure from CBEs and (2) components of the agency budget that are not subject to
the CBE goal requirements.
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
In order to provide more transparency to the procurement process, the Planned Acquisitions section
outlines each agency’s planned FY16 (October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016) contracts over $1 million
with information on the associated National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) codes, descriptions
and estimated contract amount. This is a snapshot of agency planned procurements. Please visit
cbeconnect.dc.gov for more detailed information.
Potential Business Opportunities (where CBE capacity was not available)
This section outlines upcoming contract needs identified by agencies that cannot be fulfilled by a CBE as
capacity may not exist for a CBE to perform the work. These opportunities are highlighted as a way to begin
the process to better connect the CBE community with the needs of District government agencies.
The list below identifies some of the top areas where agencies identified CBE capacity was not available:
1.	 Specialized Services: Services that require specific expertise unique to a particular agency. Examples
include biologists to support watershed restoration efforts and special education services for students
with disabilities.
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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2. Real Estate Services: Services necessary to execute real estate transactions including, but not limited
to: real estate acquisition, loan processing and associated services.
3. Medicaid Payments and Related Services: Services to assist in the administration of the District’s
Medicaid program including, but not limited to: auditing, billing, and claims. Special licensure may be
required.
4. Professional Services (Human care): Services to assist in the administration of the District’s health and
human services programs. Examples include drug treatment, medical services, and social work.
5. Financial Operation/Audit Services: Audit and financial services necessary to meet regulatory
compliance requirements. Special licensure may be required. Examples include, but are not limited to:
auditors, accountants and other financial professionals.
Key Terms Defined:
•	 FY16 Budget: The agency’s Fiscal Year 2016 total budget, including operating and capital dollars. FY16
began October 1, 2015 and ends September 30, 2016.
•	 Personnel and Fixed Costs: The portions of the FY16 budget that are not subject to the CBE law due
to the fact that they account for personnel salaries and benefits and fixed costs like rent and utilities.
•	 Approved Agency Exceptions: The funds District agencies request to be removed from their
expendable budget due to the reasons outlined in 27 DCMR 830.6 and approved by the DSLBD
Director. Exceptions include: (1) no CBE is available to provide this service or commodity and (2)
a determination that the agency is limited to procuring with a certain non-CBE vendor due to
proprietary/ownership restrictions, such as customized software or Federal restrictions.
•	 Expendable Budget: The amount of the agency budget remaining for purchasing goods and services
after CBE exclusions and exceptions are applied. By law, agencies are required to spend 50% of their
expendable budget with CBEs.
•	 FY16 CBE Spending Goal: The amount each DC government agency is required to spend with CBEs
in FY16. The goal is set by dividing the expendable budget in half.
•	 Purchasing Power: The total funding the agency has available to spend on goods and services after
personnel and fixed costs are removed.
•	 CBE Capacity Not Available: All of the acquisitions where the agency requested an exception on the
basis that there were no CBEs available to provide the goods or services or the services are provided
by a nonprofit organization.
•	 NOT CBE Eligible: Acquisitions that due to other state or federal laws controlling the expenditure
of the funds, do not allow for the District to enforce CBE set aside laws. (Example: Other state
contracts, federal dollars).
•	 Proprietary Goods or Services: Goods or services that cannot be contracted out to a CBE because
they are owned by another entity. (Example: Lexis Nexus, WestLaw, etc.)
•	 Independent Agency: An agency that exists outside of the Executive authority of the Mayor.
•	 Non-monitored Agency: Agencies or funds that do not have an expendable budget and are not
required to participate in the District’s CBE goal setting process.
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AGENCY PAGES BY BUDGET CLUSTER
Summary of All Agencies	 1
Economic Development and Regulation	 3
Enterprise and Other Funds	 19
Government Direction and Support	 27
Human Support Services	 52
Public Education System	 68
Public Safety and Justice	 76
Public Works	 92
	
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FY16 Monitored
Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
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Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Ü=
$3,996.98M
$1,902.21M
$634.87M
$447.12M
$20.06M
$70.13M
CBE Capacity Not Available
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Potential Construction Opportunities*
Potential IT Opportunities*
Expendable Budget
$4,053.46M
$7,071.37M
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Monitored Budget: $11,124.83M
Purchasing Power: $7,071.37M
Purchasing Power: $7,071.37M
Expendable Budget: $634.87M
$11,124.83M $4,053.46M $6,436.50M $634.87M $317.43M
Summary of All Agencies
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT PURCHASING POWER
Total FY16 Budget:
Less Non-Monitored Funds:
Total DSLBD Monitored Budget:
$15,048.52M
$3,923.69M
$11,124.83M
(Operating: $13,829.47M; Capital: $1,219.05M)
*Additional business opportunities beyond the CBE goal of $317.43M exist. For example, there is potential for more
than $233.59M in Information Technology (IT) and construction projects. An area identified where CBE support is
encouraged is in our school modernization efforts.
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $317.43M
District of Columbia Government Budget Overview
(Includes: Debt and financing costs, DCWASA, WMATA, and other
various funds; A full list follows on the next page)
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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Agency Name Total FY16
Budget
Ballpark Revenue Fund $67,507,000
Business Improvement Districts Transfer $28,000,000
Children and Youth Investment
Collaborative
$4,260,448
Commission on Judicial Disabilities and
Tenure
$295,000
Convention Center Transfer-Dedicated
Taxes
$120,053,592
Council of the District of Columbia $22,390,597
D.C. Health Benefit Exchange Subsidy $29,614,000
D.C. Public Library Agency Trust Fund $17,000
Debt Service - Issuance Costs $6,000,000
District of Columbia Public Charter
Schools
$677,743,501
District of Columbia Sentencing and
Criminal Code Revision Commission
$1,609,771
District Retiree Health Contribution $95,400,000
Emergency Planning and Security Fund $14,900,000
Highway Transportation Fund Transfers $22,504,000
Housing Authority Subsidy $59,425,283
Housing Production Trust Fund $100,000,000
Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy $50,179,389
John A. Wilson Building Fund $4,744,649
Master Equipment Lease/Purchase
Program
$48,413,196
Metropolitan Washington Council of
Governments
$472,213
Non-Departmental $21,286,104
Non-Public Tuition $74,414,869
Agency Name Total FY16
Budget
Office of the Senior Advisor $1,893,502
Office of Victim Services and Justice $30,363,184
Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund $72,465,602
Police Officers' and Fire Fighters'
Retirement System
$136,115,000
Repayment of Interest on Short-Term $3,750,000
Repayment of Loans and Interest $615,002,695
Repayment of PILOT Financing $18,740,916
Repayment of Revenue Bonds $7,832,389
Schools Modernization Fund $14,275,513
Settlements and Judgments $21,292,448
Stateh­ood Initiative Agency $229,701
Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Program $70,006,229
Teachers' Retirement System $44,469,000
Unemployment Compensation Fund $6,887,000
Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund $235,000,000
Uniform Law Commission $50,000
University of the District of Columbia
Subsidy Account
$70,942,472
Washington Aqueduct $62,727,720
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit
Authority
$502,712,105
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit
Commission
$126,569
Water and Sewer Authority $541,605,000
Workforce Investments $17,815,276
These agencies are not monitored by DSLBD and therefore will not appear in this book.
Agencies Not Monitored by Department of Small and Local Business Development
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Economic Development and Regulation
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) is to support the public’s health, safety, and welfare through the
control and regulation of the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$6.95M
$1.19M
0.35M
0.10M
0.42M
0.33M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.17M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $173,609)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $8.14M
Purchasing Power: $1.19M
$8.14M $6.95M $0.85M $0.35M $0.17M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $1.19M
Expendable Budget: $0.35M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 0.28M
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.04M
Maintenance & Repairs 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration
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Economic Development and Regulation
Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
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MISSION
The mission of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) is to provide grants, programs and educational activities that
encourage diverse artistic expressions and learning opportunities, so that all District of Columbia residents and visitors can experience the
rich culture of our city.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$15.26M
$1.70M
12.69M
1.69M
0.02M
0.12M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.85M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $846,684)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $16.96M
Purchasing Power: $15.26M
$16.96M $1.70M $13.56M $1.69M $0.85M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services Grants 12.59M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $15.26M
Expendable Budget: $1.69M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 0.28M
Media & Advertising 0.20M
Property Management 0.20M
Professional/Administrative Services 0.04M
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Potential IT Opportunities
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Commission on the Arts and Humanities
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Commission on the Arts and Humanities INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
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MISSION
The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) protects the health, safety, economic interests, and quality of life of residents,
businesses, and visitors in the District of Columbia by ensuring code compliance and regulating business.
Information on this page is current as of November 04, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$35.25M
$8.76M
6.89M
1.82M
0.04M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $3.45M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $3,446,144)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $44.01M
Purchasing Power: $8.76M
$44.01M $35.25M $1.87M $6.89M $3.45M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
918-90-00 Strategic Technology
Planning and Consulting
Services
Information Systems 6.00M
IT Temporary Services 2.20M
961-47-00
Law Enforcement
Services (Including
Process Server Services)
Temporary Services Enforcement
and Abatement
2.26M
600-41-40
Digital Document
System
Temporary Services Licensing 1.01M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $8.76M
Expendable Budget: $6.89M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Professional Development Travel 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
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Economic Development and Regulation
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
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MISSION
The Department of Employment Services (DOES) puts people to work by providing the necessary tools for the District of Columbia workforce
to become more competitive.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$56.68M
$85.52M
45.57M
27.91M
6.55M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $22.78M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $22,784,934)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $142.20M
Purchasing Power: $85.52M
$142.20M $56.68M $39.95M $45.57M $22.78M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
962-58-00 Professional Services Contractual Services 6.02M
Professional Services 3.74M
Professional Service Fees and
Contracts
1.48M
952-95-00 Youth Care Services Year Round Youth Program 9.55M
909-03-00 Administration of
Contracts: Summary of
Work, Quality Control,
Project Closeout, Etc.
SYEP 2016 Human Care
Agreement
2.00M
SYEP 2016 Transportation 1.70M
SYEP 2016 Other Services and
Charges
1.10M
Human Care Agreements 1.00M
715-90-20 Educational/Training Adult Training 2.00M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $85.52M
Expendable Budget: $45.57M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 4.50M
Property Management 0.72M
Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak,
etc)
0.16M
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.11M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Employment Services
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Economic Development and Regulation
Department of Employment Services
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MISSION
The mission of the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is to create and preserve opportunities for affordable
housing and economic development and to revitalize underserved communities in the District of Columbia.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$256.04M
$29.17M
236.47M
11.56M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $3.65M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $3,647,284)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $285.21M
Purchasing Power: $256.04M
$285.21M $29.17M $248.75M $7.29M $3.65M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
946-60-00 Loan Administration
PMD AmeriNational Loan Service
Contract
1.96M
958-05-00
Asset Management
Services
PMD Asset Management 1.90M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $256.04M
Expendable Budget: $7.29M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Real Estate Services 236.11M
Media & Advertising 0.34M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Potential IT Opportunities
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Housing and Community Development
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Department of Housing and Community Development
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The mission of the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking is twofold: 1) protect consumers by providing equitable, thorough,
efficient, and prompt regulatory supervision of the financial services companies, firms, and individuals operating in the District of Columbia,
and 2) develop and improve market conditions to attract and retain financial services firms to the District of Columbia.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$22.43M
$3.39M
1.27M
0.57M 0.00M
1.54M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.63M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $633,992)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $25.82M
Purchasing Power: $3.39M
$25.82M $22.43M $2.12M $1.27M $0.63M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $3.39M
Expendable Budget: $1.27M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 1.03M
Security/Systems 0.13M
Maintenance & Repairs 0.11M
Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers
(Dell, Microsoft, etc.)
0.10M
Risk Management 0.05M
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.04M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD) supports the development, economic growth, and retention of
District-based businesses, and promotes economic development throughout the District’s commercial districts.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$4.70M
$5.64M
0.80M
4.15M
0.69M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.40M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $401,912)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $10.34M
Purchasing Power: $5.64M
$10.34M $4.70M $4.83M $0.80M $0.40M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services Clean Team Grants 2.61M
Main Street Grants 1.40M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $5.64M
Expendable Budget: $0.80M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 0.69M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Small and Local Business Development
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Department of Small and Local Business Development
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The mission of the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music & Entertainment is to create a sustainable entertainment industry in the District.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$6.25M
$7.35M
0.26M
2.20M
4.75M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.13M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $132,401)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $13.60M
Purchasing Power: $7.35M
$13.60M $6.25M $7.09M $0.26M $0.13M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $7.35M
Expendable Budget: $0.26M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Media & Advertising 3.69M
Specialized Services 0.61M
Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.24M
Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers
(Dell, Microsoft, etc.)
0.12M
Security 0.08M
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Potential IT Opportunities
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Office of Film, Television, and Entertainment
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Office of Film, Television, and Entertainment
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the Office of Planning (OP) is to guide development of the District of Columbia, including the preservation and revitalization
of our distinctive neighborhoods, while engaging all communities.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$8.51M
$1.80M
0.44M
0.02M
1.09M
0.25M
0.02M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.22M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $219,299)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $10.31M
Purchasing Power: $1.80M
$10.31M $8.51M $1.37M $0.44M $0.22M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $1.80M
Expendable Budget: $0.44M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Potential IT Opportunities
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Office of Planning
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Office of Planning
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) supports the Mayor in developing and executing the
District's economic development vision.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$105.04M
$10.35M
15.71M
21.40M
63.96M
2.00M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $7.85M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $7,852,625)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $115.39M
Purchasing Power: $105.04M
$115.39M $10.35M $89.34M $15.71M $7.85M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
961-10-00 Business Plan
Development Services
H and Great Streets 9.00M
McMillan Filtration PDM services 2.79M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $105.04M
Expendable Budget: $15.71M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 1.64M
Specialized Services 0.30M
Media & Advertising 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Potential Construction Opport..
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the Office of the People's Counsel ("OPC" or "Office") is to advocate for the provision of safe and reliable quality utility service
and equitable treatment at rates that are just, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$6.30M
$1.35M
0.70M
0.29M
0.02M
0.34M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.35M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $347,682)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $7.65M
Purchasing Power: $1.35M
$7.65M $6.30M $0.65M $0.70M $0.35M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $1.35M
Expendable Budget: $0.70M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.25M
Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox,
Pitney Bowes)
0.09M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Office of the People's Counsel
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Office of the People's Counsel INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -15-
MISSION
The mission of the Office of the Tenant Advocate (OTA) is to provide technical advice and other legal services to tenants.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$1.81M
$1.10M
0.11M
0.40M
0.59M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.06M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $55,932)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $2.91M
Purchasing Power: $1.10M
$2.91M $1.81M $0.99M $0.11M $0.06M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $1.10M
Expendable Budget: $0.11M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.30M
Specialized Services 0.19M
Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers
(Dell, Microsoft, etc.)
0.08M
Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox,
Pitney Bowes, etc.)
0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Office of the Tenant Advocate
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Office of the Tenant Advocate
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the DC Office of Zoning (DCOZ) is to provide administrative, professional, and technical assistance to the Zoning Commission
(ZC) and the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA).
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$2.13M
$0.67M
0.25M
0.21M
0.21M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.13M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $126,647)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $2.81M
Purchasing Power: $0.67M
$2.81M $2.13M $0.42M $0.25M $0.13M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.67M
Expendable Budget: $0.25M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 0.18M
Telecommunications 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Office of Zoning
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Office of Zoning INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The mission of the Public Service Commission is to ensure that financially healthy electric, natural gas, and telecommunications companies
provide safe, reliable, and quality services at reasonable rates for District of Columbia residential, business, and government customers.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$12.20M
$0.98M
0.75M
0.03M
0.20M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.37M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $374,310)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $13.19M
Purchasing Power: $0.98M
$13.19M $12.20M $0.24M $0.75M $0.37M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.98M
Expendable Budget: $0.75M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Media & Advertising 0.06M
Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak,
etc)
0.06M
Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.04M
Specialized Services 0.03M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Public Service Commission
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Public Service Commission INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission (RPTAC) is to conduct fair and impartial hearings to review disputed real property
tax assessments, to resolve claims of improper real property classifications, and homestead (domicile) and senior eligibility issues.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$1.47M
$0.16M
0.04M
0.05M
0.08M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.02M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $19,340)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $1.64M
Purchasing Power: $0.16M
$1.64M $1.47M $0.13M $0.04M $0.02M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.16M
Expendable Budget: $0.04M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers
(Dell, Microsoft, etc.)
0.06M
Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Economic Development and Regulation: Real Property Tax Appeals Commission
Ü=
Economic Development and Regulation
Real Property Tax Appeals Commission INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -19-
Enterprise and Other Funds
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -20-
MISSION
The mission of the D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board is to provide revenue-generating entertainment through the sale of
innovative lottery products and promotions that directly benefits the residents and the economic vitality of the District of Columbia.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$140.67M
$79.33M
41.70M
28.49M
9.13M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $4.56M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $4,564,874)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $220.00M
Purchasing Power: $79.33M
$220.00M $140.67M $70.20M $9.13M $4.56M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $79.33M
Expendable Budget: $9.13M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Gaming Contractor/Agents/Commission 27.15M
Underage Drinking Program 1.34M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Enterprise and Other Funds: D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board
Ü=
Enterprise and Other Funds
D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -21-
MISSION
The mission of DCRB is to prudently invest the assets of the Police Officers, Firefighters, and Teachers of the District of Columbia, while
providing those employees with total retirement services. DCRB manages the Teachers’ Retirement Fund and Police Officers and
Firefighters’ Retirement Fund (the "Funds").
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$10.04M
$22.26M
13.92M
1.91M
3.95M
2.47M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.96M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $955,804)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $32.30M
Purchasing Power: $22.26M
$32.30M $10.04M $20.35M $1.91M $0.96M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $22.26M
Expendable Budget: $1.91M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 1.60M
Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.62M
Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 0.19M
Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak,
etc)
0.05M
Security 0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Enterprise and Other Funds: District of Columbia Retirement Board
Ü=
Enterprise and Other Funds
District of Columbia Retirement Board INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority is to implement a health care exchange program in the District of Columbia in
accordance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), thereby ensuring access to quality and affordable health care to
all DC residents.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$11.92M
$20.59M
18.86M
1.46M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $9.43M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $9,428,357)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $32.51M
Purchasing Power: $20.59M
$32.51M $11.92M $1.74M $18.86M $9.43M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
958-23-00
Computer Management
Services
IT Consultants 17.00M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $20.59M
Expendable Budget: $18.86M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Not CBE Eligible
Potential IT Opportunities
Expendable Budget
Enterprise and Other Funds: Health Benefit Exchange Authority
Ü=
Enterprise and Other Funds
Health Benefit Exchange Authority INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The HFA was established in 1979 to stimulate and expand homeownership and rental housing opportunities in Washington, D.C.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$7.04M
$3.76M
3.03M
0.07M
0.67M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $1.51M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $1,513,435)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $10.80M
Purchasing Power: $3.76M
$10.80M $7.04M $0.73M $3.03M $1.51M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $3.76M
Expendable Budget: $3.03M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Membership Fees 0.15M
Specialized Services 0.02M
Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers
(Dell, Microsoft, etc.)
0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Expendable Budget
Enterprise and Other Funds: Housing Finance Agency
Ü=
Enterprise and Other Funds
Housing Finance Agency INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation (NFPHC) is to hold the land, improvements, and equipment of the hospital known as
United Medical Center, to operate the hospital, and to sell or otherwise transfer all or part of the hospital and site to a qualified buyer, once
identified.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
$73.27M
$55.73M
17.88M
37.85M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $8.94M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $8,941,449)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $129.00M
Purchasing Power: $55.73M
$129.00M $73.27M $37.85M $17.88M $8.94M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $55.73M
Expendable Budget: $17.88M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Professional/Administrative Services 37.85M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Expendable Budget
Enterprise and Other Funds: Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation
Ü=
Enterprise and Other Funds
Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The University of the District of Columbia is a public, historically black, and land-grant institution. The University’s responsibility is to build
a diverse generation of competitive, civically engaged scholars and leaders.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
$97.14M
$64.32M
29.91M
24.87M
5.93M
3.61M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $14.96M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $14,955,065)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $161.47M
Purchasing Power: $64.32M
$161.47M $97.14M $34.41M $29.91M $14.96M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
909-00-00 Building Construction
Services, New (Incl.
Maintenance and Repair
Services)
New Student Center 4.00M
Backus Phase III Construction
(Auditorium Renovation)
2.00M
Law Library Relocation to
Building 52
2.00M
958-00-00 Management Services Janitorial 3.00M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $64.32M
Expendable Budget: $29.91M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Telecommunications 1.07M
Professional Development Travel 0.75M
Specialized Services 0.73M
Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox,
Pitney Bowes, etc.)
0.45M
Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers
(Dell, Microsoft, etc.)
0.37M
Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 0.25M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Enterprise and Other Funds: University of the District of Columbia
Ü=
Enterprise and Other Funds
University of the District of Columbia INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of Events DC is to provide superior convention services to customers, promote the District as a venue for sports and
entertainment activities, and serve as an economic engine to the nation’s capital.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$81.56M
$48.11M
25.04M
22.73M
0.34M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $12.52M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $12,519,336)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $129.67M
Purchasing Power: $48.11M
$129.67M $81.56M $23.07M $25.04M $12.52M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $48.11M
Expendable Budget: $25.04M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox,
Pitney Bowes, etc.)
0.34M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Enterprise and Other Funds: Washington Convention and Sports Authority
Ü=
Enterprise and Other Funds
Washington Convention and Sports Authority INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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Government Direction and Support
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -28-
MISSION
The Advisory Neighborhood Commissions ensure input from an advisory board that is made up of the residents of the neighborhoods that are
directly affected by government action. The ANCs are the body of government with the closest official ties to the people in a neighborhood.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$0.23M
$0.69M
0.02M
0.68M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.01M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $7,652)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $0.93M
Purchasing Power: $0.69M
$0.93M $0.23M $0.68M $0.02M $0.01M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.69M
Expendable Budget: $0.02M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Advisory Neighborhood Commissions
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Advisory Neighborhood Commissions INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The Board of Elections, a Charter independent agency, mission is to enfranchise eligible residents, conduct elections, and assure the
integrity of the electoral process as mandated by both federal and local laws.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$4.99M
$2.40M
0.17M
1.92M
0.29M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.08M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $84,925)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $7.39M
Purchasing Power: $2.40M
$7.39M $4.99M $2.23M $0.17M $0.08M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $2.40M
Expendable Budget: $0.17M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.28M
Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak,
etc)
0.02M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Board of Elections
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Board of Elections INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -30-
MISSION
The Board of Ethics and Government Accountability (BEGA) is responsible to administer and enforce the District of Columbia Code of
Conduct and enforce government-wide compliance with the D.C. Freedom of Information Act and the Open Meetings Act.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$1.64M
$0.13M
0.03M
0.09M
0.01M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.01M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $14,343)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $1.77M
Purchasing Power: $0.13M
$1.77M $1.64M $0.10M $0.03M $0.01M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.13M
Expendable Budget: $0.03M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 0.01M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Board of Ethics and Government Accountability
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Board of Ethics and Government Accountability INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The District of Columbia Captive Insurance Agency was incorporated on May 29, 2008, through the DC Department of Insurance, Securities
and Banking. The District of Columbia Captive Insurance Agency and the insurance policies it provides further the District of Columbia’s goal
of providing access to quality health care for all residents.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$0.00M
$1.49M
0.01M
1.48M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.01M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $5,500)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $1.49M
Purchasing Power: $1.49M
$1.49M $0.00M $1.48M $0.01M $0.01M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $1.49M
Expendable Budget: $0.01M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Centralized Procurements - HR, Legal Documents - Birth
Certificates, Driver’s License, etc)
1.48M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Captive Insurance Agency
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Captive Insurance Agency
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -32-
MISSION
The mission of the Contract Appeals Board (CAB) is to provide an impartial, expeditious, inexpensive, and knowledgeable forum for hearing
and resolving contractual disputes, protests, and debarments and suspensions involving the District and its contracting communities.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$1.38M
$0.07M
0.0545M
0.0039M
0.0096M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.03M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $27,230)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $1.45M
Purchasing Power: $0.07M
$1.45M $1.38M $0.01M $0.05M $0.03M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.07M
Expendable Budget: $0.05M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Proprietary Goods or Services
Potential IT Opportunities
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Contract Appeals Board
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Contract Appeals Board INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -33-
MISSION
The goal of the Department of General Services is to ensure the delivery of new or modernized, well-equipped, well-maintained, safe and
secure buildings and facilities for the benefit of District residents and employees.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$403.74M
$172.84M
74.70M
89.71M
0.93M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $37.35M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $37,349,432)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $576.58M
Purchasing Power: $172.84M
$576.58M $403.74M $98.14M $74.70M $37.35M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
958-26-00
Construction
Management Services
Consolidated Maintenance
Services
14.28M
910-39-57
Janitorial/Custodial
Services
Janitorial Services 4.65M
918-85-00
Personnel/Employment
Consulting (Human Re..
Consulting Services 4.20M
988-36-00
Grounds Maintenance:
Mowing, Edging, Plant..
Grounds Maintenance 3.20M
968-72-00 Snow and Ice Removal Snow Removal Services 2.50M
990-46-00
Guard & Security
Services
Security Guard Services 2.00M
910-27-00
Garbage/Trash
Removal, Disposal and..
Trash Collection Services 2.00M
990-50-00
Installation of Security
Equipment
Citywide Electronic Services 1.30M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $172.84M
Expendable Budget: $74.70M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Economic Development Land Purchase 89.00M
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.40M
Inmate Work Squad Compensation 0.16M
Public Safety Equipment Purchases (Protective Equipment, Safety
Vests, Ammunition, etc)
0.08M
Media & Advertising 0.07M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Department of General Services
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Department of General Services
$111.83 million of the expendable budget for DGS is for
construction or design projects.
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
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MISSION
The mission of the DC Department of Human Resources (DCHR) is to strengthen individual and organizational performance and enable the
District government to attract, develop, and retain a highly qualified, diverse workforce
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$11.08M
$2.75M
1.79M
0.77M
0.19M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.90M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $896,900)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $13.83M
Purchasing Power: $2.75M
$13.83M $11.08M $0.96M $1.79M $0.90M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
948-00-00 Health Related Services Health - HMO #1 250.90M
Health - HMO #2 235.09M
Health - HMO #3 216.22M
Health - PPO 102.03M
Citywide Dental Services 9.48M
Life & Disability Insurance 9.04M
Health - CDHP 1.78M
Vision Care Services 1.28M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $2.75M
Expendable Budget: $1.79M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 0.19M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Department of Human Resources
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Department of Human Resources
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
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MISSION
The mission of the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity (DMGEO) is to facilitate investment and job creation in
underserved District of Columbia communities in order to improve economic opportunities for residents in those communities.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$0.60M
$0.10M
0.10M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.05M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $49,000)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $0.70M
Purchasing Power: $0.10M
$0.70M $0.60M $0.00M $0.10M $0.05M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.10M
Expendable Budget: $0.10M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -36-
MISSION
The mission of the Mayor’s Office of Legal Counsel (MOLC) is to provide various legal services to the Mayor and District of Columbia
government agencies specifically working with their General Counsels.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$1.55M
$0.05M
0.01M
0.04M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.00M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $4,300)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $1.60M
Purchasing Power: $0.05M
$1.60M $1.55M $0.04M $0.01M $0.00M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.05M
Expendable Budget: $0.01M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 0.04M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Mayor's Office of Legal Counsel
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Mayor's Office of Legal Counsel
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -37-
MISSION
The mission of the Office of Campaign Finance (OCF) is to regulate and provide public disclosure and transparency to protect and ensure
public trust in the integrity of the election process and government service.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$2.61M
$0.10M
0.10M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.05M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $49,008)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $2.70M
Purchasing Power: $0.10M
$2.70M $2.61M $0.00M $0.10M $0.05M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.10M
Expendable Budget: $0.10M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Campaign Finance
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Office of Campaign Finance INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -38-
MISSION
OCP’s mission is to procure quality goods and services through a streamlined procurement process that is transparent and responsive to the
needs of government agencies and the public, and ensures all purchases are conducted fairly and impartially.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$21.64M
$1.18M
0.79M 0.02M
0.38M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.40M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $395,192)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $22.82M
Purchasing Power: $1.18M
$22.82M $21.64M $0.39M $0.79M $0.40M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
920-45-00
Software Maintenace &
Support
Enhancement automated
worker's compensation system
1.50M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $1.18M
Expendable Budget: $0.79M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Property Management 0.38M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Contracting and Procurement
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Office of Contracting and Procurement
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -39-
MISSION
The mission of the Office of Disability Rights (ODR) is to ensure that every program, service, benefit, and activity operated or funded by the
District of Columbia is fully accessible to, and usable by, qualified people with disabilities with or without reasonable accommodations or
modifications.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$1.24M
$0.47M
0.03M
0.26M
0.18M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.02M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $16,497)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $1.71M
Purchasing Power: $0.47M
$1.71M $1.24M $0.44M $0.03M $0.02M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.47M
Expendable Budget: $0.03M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Specialized Services 0.18M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Disability Rights
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Office of Disability Rights
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -40-
MISSION
The Office of Employee Appeals (OEA) is an independent agency with a mission is to adjudicate employee appeals and rendering impartial
decisions with sound legal reasoning in a timely manner.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$1.67M
$0.07M
0.06M
0.01M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.03M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $32,145)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $1.74M
Purchasing Power: $0.07M
$1.74M $1.67M $0.01M $0.06M $0.03M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.07M
Expendable Budget: $0.06M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Employee Appeals
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Office of Employee Appeals INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -41-
MISSION
The mission of the Office of Finance and Resource Management (OFRM) is to provide financial and resource management services to various
District of Columbia government agencies.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$36.27M
$0.24M
0.16M
0.00M
0.09M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.08M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $77,820)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $36.51M
Purchasing Power: $0.24M
$36.51M $36.27M $0.09M $0.16M $0.08M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.24M
Expendable Budget: $0.16M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Professional Development Travel 0.05M
Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox,
Pitney Bowes, etc.)
0.04M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Not CBE Eligible
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Finance and Resource Management
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Office of Finance and Resource Management INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
Page -42-
MISSION
The mission of the Office of Risk Management (ORM) is to reduce the probability, occurrence and cost of risk to the District of Columbia
government.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$2.80M
$0.13M
0.11M
0.02M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.05M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $54,306)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $2.92M
Purchasing Power: $0.13M
$2.92M $2.80M $0.02M $0.11M $0.05M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services
Third Party Administrator
Contract (TPA)
4.17M
909-03-00
Administration of
Contracts: Summary of
Work, Quality Control,
Project Closeout, Etc.
Property Insurance Contract 2.16M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $0.13M
Expendable Budget: $0.11M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
Proprietary Goods or Services
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Risk Management
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Office of Risk Management
Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
Page -43-
MISSION
The mission of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is to enforce the laws of the District of Columbia and to provide legal services to
the District of Columbia government.
Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015.
For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov.
For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900.
$66.63M
$17.40M 2.28M
0.09M
7.71M
3.64M
3.68M
There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document
was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information.
FY16 Budget
Approved Agency
Exceptions
FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $1.14M
(Exact Dollar Amount: $1,138,482)
HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED
Agency Budget: $84.03M
Purchasing Power: $17.40M
$84.03M $66.63M $15.12M $2.28M $1.14M- -
Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power
NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $
961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services
State Disbursement Unit
Operations
3.33M
918-90-00
Strategic Technology
Planning and Consulting
Services
DCCSES Support 1.84M
FY16 Planned Acquisitions
(over $1 million)
Purchasing Power
Personnel and Fixed Costs
Personnel and Fixed Costs
(rent and utilities)
Expendable
Budget
FY16 CBE Spending Goal
(50% of the Expendable Budget)
Purchasing Power: $17.40M
Expendable Budget: $2.28M
There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the
date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for
more information.
Exception Category Est. $
Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.59M
Specialized Services 0.13M
Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.11M
Maintenance & Repairs 0.08M
Centralized Procurements - HR, Legal Documents - Birth
Certificates, Driver’s License, etc)
0.04M
Security 0.04M
Potential Business Opportunities*
*These items make up the category referenced above where agencies
determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available.
INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
CBE Capacity Not Available*
Proprietary Goods or Services
Not CBE Eligible
Potential IT Opportunities
Expendable Budget
Governmental Direction and Support: Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia
Ü=
Governmental Direction and Support
Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
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  • 2. Page - i - Mayor Muriel Bowser Dear Small Business Stakeholder: Small businesses are the engine of our economy. As Mayor, I am committed to creating an environment where District businesses can start, grow, and thrive. That includes leveraging the Government of the District of Columbia’s procurement dollars to support small business growth. Historically the District’s process for connecting businesses with local procurement opportunities has been flawed. Earlier this year, my Administration set out to change that. We are re-envisioning the way we approach procurement. I am holding District government agencies accountable so that they give Certified Small Business Enterprises (CBEs) a fair shot. To that end, I have established FY16 CBE spending goals for District agencies. Unlike previous years, my team conducted a top-to-bottom, data-driven analysis of past practices and set realistic, but bold, CBE goals. My Administration is committed to spending $317M with CBEs in FY16. We are confident that these goals accurately predict the very least amount that District agencies could spend with CBEs. And I will hold District agencies accountable to these goals. Over the coming weeks, we will roll out a suite of services for CBEs to navigate the procurement process. We will make the process more transparent, and we will connect businesses with available procurement opportunities. To get us started, we are releasing this book, which includes an agency-by-agency overview of CBE spending availability. We are also launching a website (cbeconnect.dc.gov) to provide an online, user-friendly platform for CBEs to search for opportunities. Small and local businesses are critical to our city, and they are vital to our ongoing success. As a fifth generation Washingtonian, I have witnessed how small businesses have transformed our city, invested in our communities, and given countless District residents a pathway to the middle class. I am committed to supporting our small business community, because they have given so much to our city. Sincerely, Mayor Muriel Bowser
  • 3. Page - ii - Dear Small Business Stakeholder: As Director of the Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD), and a former small business owner, I appreciate the Mayor’s and Councilmember Orange’s commitment to utilizing local procurement power to drive small business growth and development. Driving economic development is a top priority for the Bowser Administration. One of the best ways to achieve this goal is through growing our small and local businesses. Mayor Bowser charged me with developing a transparent system that ensures maximum CBE participation and provides a platform where small businesses can successfully compete and win District government contracts. We have focused our efforts on ensuring compliance with the District’s CBE law to ensure CBEs are accessing opportunities fairly and with ease. We have reached significant milestones in developing a simpler and effective expendable budget goal setting process where agencies will be held accountable. To establish an increasingly transparent system where CBEs are connected in real time with contracting opportunities, we are releasing this book and launching CBE Connect, a new website that will be a one-stop shop for CBE contracting and procurement opportunities. The Bowser Administration is committed to a fair and accessible procurement process, as I am. I look forward to continuing the improvement of the District’s contracting and procurement program to better position our CBEs to compete and win. Sincerely, Ana R. Harvey Director, Department of Small and Local Development Director Ana Harvey
  • 4. Page - iii - Councilmember Vincent Orange (At-Large) Dear Small Business Stakeholder: I am pleased to join Mayor Muriel Bowser and Ana Harvey, Director of the Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD), to announce the FY16 expendable budget of $634 million, of which 50%, or $317 million, is required by District agencies to be spent with certified business enterprises (CBEs). The Mayor’s leadership and commitment to realizing the full potential of small and local business development is to be commended. As Chair of the Committee on Business, Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, which has oversight of DSLBD, I strongly believe the District can meet the goal and exceed what the law requires. I introduced legislation that overhauled the CBE program: the “Small and Certified Business Enterprise Development and Assistance Amendment Act of 2013” and the “Small and Certified Business Enterprise Waiver and Recertification Amendment Act of 2014”. Both were passed unanimously. These measures provide: • CBE certification period extended from 2 years to 3 years; • If there is no material change, CBEs are allowed to self-re-certify on subsequent certification registration; • For FY16, each agency must submit a spending plan to achieve their spending goal (all agency spending plans must total $317 million); • Agencies are prohibited from spending more than 50% of its expendable budget with non CBEs unless granted a waiver by the Mayor; • Before making a determination on a request for a waiver, DSLBD must notice all registered CBEs of the waiver request and post the waiver request online; • 35% CBE subcontracting plan must be submitted for construction and non-construction projects; and • Contracts that are $250,000 or less must be set aside for CBEs. It is imperative to keep small businesses in the District solvent because small businesses create jobs, pay taxes, and provide opportunities. Studies show that small businesses hire local residents and local residents pay local taxes. We must support businesses located in the District that are subject to District taxation and hire District residents. More than ever, the District is committed to fostering an environment where small businesses can achieve success. I, along with the Mayor and Ana Harvey, are committed to ensuring that small businesses are afforded the opportunity to grow, thrive and prosper in the District of Columbia.
  • 5. Page - iv - Committee on Business, Consumer and Regulatory Affairs Brianne Nadeau (Ward 1) Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 102, NW Washington, DC 20004 Tel: (202) 724-8181 | Fax: (202) 724-8109 “The CBE program helps ensure funds from the District are put to work creating jobs for District residents. Local funds stay local, which means they strengthen our regional economy and build opportunities for Washingtonians.” The Council of the District of Columbia Committee on Business, Consumer, and Regulatory Affairs is responsible for matters concerning small and local business development policy; consumer and regulatory affairs; and the regulation of banks and banking activities, securities, and insurance, including private health insurance, but not including the Health Benefit Exchange. The committee is also responsible for matters related to workforce development issues, employment, and manpower development. Committee Members Brandon Todd (Ward 4) Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 105, NW Washington, DC 20004 Tel: (202) 724-8052 | Fax: (202) 741-0908 “Small businesses put people to work and drive our economy. I am grateful to Mayor Bowser and Councilmember Orange for their work re-envisioning the way the District supports our small businesses. I will work with my colleagues to ensure that small businesses get the support they need to succeed in the District.” Charles Allen (Ward 6) Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 406, NW Washington, DC 20004 Tel: (202)-724-8072 “Small businesses face a number of challenges to get off the ground and to grow. This effort to connect more small businesses to District government procurement opportunities evens the playing field, so that businesses of all sizes can make it in our city.” Elissa Silverman (At Large) Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 408, NW Washington, DC 20004 Tel: (202)-724-7772 | Fax: (202)-724-8087 “I am committed to working with the Bowser administration to make sure we support our small, local businesses. They are a great economic engine for the District.” Vincent Orange, Chair (At Large) Office: 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Suite 107, Washington, DC 20004 Tel: (202) 724-8174 | Fax: (202) 727-8210
  • 6. Page - v - How to Find an Opportunity Welcome to the District of Columbia Government CBE Opportunity Guide! The guide lists: (1) FY16 expendable budgets by agency, including operating and capital dollars, (2) CBE spending goals, (3) planned acquisitions (contracts over $1 million), and (4) potential business opportunities where CBE capacity has not been available to fulfill procurements in the past. Additional CBE opportunities, beyond the $317 million identified in this guide, are available through construction projects and other capital improvement projects. The District is launching a website dedicated to making it easier for CBEs to find opportunities as they become available: cbeconnect.dc.gov. This guide is one part of a larger suite of services that the District is launching to connect CBEs to procurement opportunities. Each agency page of this guide contains the following information: FY 16 CBE Spending Goal This section represents the minimum that each monitored District agency is required to spend with CBEs in FY16. How the CBE Goal is Calculated? This section provides the exact calculation that was used to determine each agency’s CBE goal. The pie chart on the left shows the total agency budget broken out by personnel and fixed costs that cannot be performed by the CBE community, separated from the “purchasing power” of the agency. The pie chart on the right shows the purchasing power of the agency showcasing (1) the agency’s expendable budget, half of which must be used to procure from CBEs and (2) components of the agency budget that are not subject to the CBE goal requirements. FY16 Planned Acquisitions In order to provide more transparency to the procurement process, the Planned Acquisitions section outlines each agency’s planned FY16 (October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016) contracts over $1 million with information on the associated National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) codes, descriptions and estimated contract amount. This is a snapshot of agency planned procurements. Please visit cbeconnect.dc.gov for more detailed information. Potential Business Opportunities (where CBE capacity was not available) This section outlines upcoming contract needs identified by agencies that cannot be fulfilled by a CBE as capacity may not exist for a CBE to perform the work. These opportunities are highlighted as a way to begin the process to better connect the CBE community with the needs of District government agencies. The list below identifies some of the top areas where agencies identified CBE capacity was not available: 1. Specialized Services: Services that require specific expertise unique to a particular agency. Examples include biologists to support watershed restoration efforts and special education services for students with disabilities. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide
  • 7. Page - vi - 2. Real Estate Services: Services necessary to execute real estate transactions including, but not limited to: real estate acquisition, loan processing and associated services. 3. Medicaid Payments and Related Services: Services to assist in the administration of the District’s Medicaid program including, but not limited to: auditing, billing, and claims. Special licensure may be required. 4. Professional Services (Human care): Services to assist in the administration of the District’s health and human services programs. Examples include drug treatment, medical services, and social work. 5. Financial Operation/Audit Services: Audit and financial services necessary to meet regulatory compliance requirements. Special licensure may be required. Examples include, but are not limited to: auditors, accountants and other financial professionals. Key Terms Defined: • FY16 Budget: The agency’s Fiscal Year 2016 total budget, including operating and capital dollars. FY16 began October 1, 2015 and ends September 30, 2016. • Personnel and Fixed Costs: The portions of the FY16 budget that are not subject to the CBE law due to the fact that they account for personnel salaries and benefits and fixed costs like rent and utilities. • Approved Agency Exceptions: The funds District agencies request to be removed from their expendable budget due to the reasons outlined in 27 DCMR 830.6 and approved by the DSLBD Director. Exceptions include: (1) no CBE is available to provide this service or commodity and (2) a determination that the agency is limited to procuring with a certain non-CBE vendor due to proprietary/ownership restrictions, such as customized software or Federal restrictions. • Expendable Budget: The amount of the agency budget remaining for purchasing goods and services after CBE exclusions and exceptions are applied. By law, agencies are required to spend 50% of their expendable budget with CBEs. • FY16 CBE Spending Goal: The amount each DC government agency is required to spend with CBEs in FY16. The goal is set by dividing the expendable budget in half. • Purchasing Power: The total funding the agency has available to spend on goods and services after personnel and fixed costs are removed. • CBE Capacity Not Available: All of the acquisitions where the agency requested an exception on the basis that there were no CBEs available to provide the goods or services or the services are provided by a nonprofit organization. • NOT CBE Eligible: Acquisitions that due to other state or federal laws controlling the expenditure of the funds, do not allow for the District to enforce CBE set aside laws. (Example: Other state contracts, federal dollars). • Proprietary Goods or Services: Goods or services that cannot be contracted out to a CBE because they are owned by another entity. (Example: Lexis Nexus, WestLaw, etc.) • Independent Agency: An agency that exists outside of the Executive authority of the Mayor. • Non-monitored Agency: Agencies or funds that do not have an expendable budget and are not required to participate in the District’s CBE goal setting process. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities
  • 8. AGENCY PAGES BY BUDGET CLUSTER Summary of All Agencies 1 Economic Development and Regulation 3 Enterprise and Other Funds 19 Government Direction and Support 27 Human Support Services 52 Public Education System 68 Public Safety and Justice 76 Public Works 92 Table of Contents
  • 9. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -1- FY16 Monitored Budget Approved Agency Exceptions HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED - - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Ü= $3,996.98M $1,902.21M $634.87M $447.12M $20.06M $70.13M CBE Capacity Not Available Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Potential Construction Opportunities* Potential IT Opportunities* Expendable Budget $4,053.46M $7,071.37M Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Monitored Budget: $11,124.83M Purchasing Power: $7,071.37M Purchasing Power: $7,071.37M Expendable Budget: $634.87M $11,124.83M $4,053.46M $6,436.50M $634.87M $317.43M Summary of All Agencies DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT PURCHASING POWER Total FY16 Budget: Less Non-Monitored Funds: Total DSLBD Monitored Budget: $15,048.52M $3,923.69M $11,124.83M (Operating: $13,829.47M; Capital: $1,219.05M) *Additional business opportunities beyond the CBE goal of $317.43M exist. For example, there is potential for more than $233.59M in Information Technology (IT) and construction projects. An area identified where CBE support is encouraged is in our school modernization efforts. FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $317.43M District of Columbia Government Budget Overview (Includes: Debt and financing costs, DCWASA, WMATA, and other various funds; A full list follows on the next page)
  • 10. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -2- Agency Name Total FY16 Budget Ballpark Revenue Fund $67,507,000 Business Improvement Districts Transfer $28,000,000 Children and Youth Investment Collaborative $4,260,448 Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure $295,000 Convention Center Transfer-Dedicated Taxes $120,053,592 Council of the District of Columbia $22,390,597 D.C. Health Benefit Exchange Subsidy $29,614,000 D.C. Public Library Agency Trust Fund $17,000 Debt Service - Issuance Costs $6,000,000 District of Columbia Public Charter Schools $677,743,501 District of Columbia Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission $1,609,771 District Retiree Health Contribution $95,400,000 Emergency Planning and Security Fund $14,900,000 Highway Transportation Fund Transfers $22,504,000 Housing Authority Subsidy $59,425,283 Housing Production Trust Fund $100,000,000 Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy $50,179,389 John A. Wilson Building Fund $4,744,649 Master Equipment Lease/Purchase Program $48,413,196 Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments $472,213 Non-Departmental $21,286,104 Non-Public Tuition $74,414,869 Agency Name Total FY16 Budget Office of the Senior Advisor $1,893,502 Office of Victim Services and Justice $30,363,184 Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund $72,465,602 Police Officers' and Fire Fighters' Retirement System $136,115,000 Repayment of Interest on Short-Term $3,750,000 Repayment of Loans and Interest $615,002,695 Repayment of PILOT Financing $18,740,916 Repayment of Revenue Bonds $7,832,389 Schools Modernization Fund $14,275,513 Settlements and Judgments $21,292,448 Stateh­ood Initiative Agency $229,701 Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Program $70,006,229 Teachers' Retirement System $44,469,000 Unemployment Compensation Fund $6,887,000 Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund $235,000,000 Uniform Law Commission $50,000 University of the District of Columbia Subsidy Account $70,942,472 Washington Aqueduct $62,727,720 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority $502,712,105 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission $126,569 Water and Sewer Authority $541,605,000 Workforce Investments $17,815,276 These agencies are not monitored by DSLBD and therefore will not appear in this book. Agencies Not Monitored by Department of Small and Local Business Development
  • 11. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -3- Economic Development and Regulation INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 12. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -4- MISSION The mission of the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) is to support the public’s health, safety, and welfare through the control and regulation of the sale and distribution of alcoholic beverages. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $6.95M $1.19M 0.35M 0.10M 0.42M 0.33M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.17M (Exact Dollar Amount: $173,609) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $8.14M Purchasing Power: $1.19M $8.14M $6.95M $0.85M $0.35M $0.17M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $1.19M Expendable Budget: $0.35M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 0.28M Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.04M Maintenance & Repairs 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 13. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -5- MISSION The mission of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) is to provide grants, programs and educational activities that encourage diverse artistic expressions and learning opportunities, so that all District of Columbia residents and visitors can experience the rich culture of our city. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $15.26M $1.70M 12.69M 1.69M 0.02M 0.12M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.85M (Exact Dollar Amount: $846,684) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $16.96M Purchasing Power: $15.26M $16.96M $1.70M $13.56M $1.69M $0.85M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services Grants 12.59M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $15.26M Expendable Budget: $1.69M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 0.28M Media & Advertising 0.20M Property Management 0.20M Professional/Administrative Services 0.04M Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Potential IT Opportunities Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Commission on the Arts and Humanities Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Commission on the Arts and Humanities INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 14. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -6- MISSION The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) protects the health, safety, economic interests, and quality of life of residents, businesses, and visitors in the District of Columbia by ensuring code compliance and regulating business. Information on this page is current as of November 04, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $35.25M $8.76M 6.89M 1.82M 0.04M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $3.45M (Exact Dollar Amount: $3,446,144) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $44.01M Purchasing Power: $8.76M $44.01M $35.25M $1.87M $6.89M $3.45M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 918-90-00 Strategic Technology Planning and Consulting Services Information Systems 6.00M IT Temporary Services 2.20M 961-47-00 Law Enforcement Services (Including Process Server Services) Temporary Services Enforcement and Abatement 2.26M 600-41-40 Digital Document System Temporary Services Licensing 1.01M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $8.76M Expendable Budget: $6.89M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Professional Development Travel 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
  • 15. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -7- MISSION The Department of Employment Services (DOES) puts people to work by providing the necessary tools for the District of Columbia workforce to become more competitive. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $56.68M $85.52M 45.57M 27.91M 6.55M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $22.78M (Exact Dollar Amount: $22,784,934) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $142.20M Purchasing Power: $85.52M $142.20M $56.68M $39.95M $45.57M $22.78M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 962-58-00 Professional Services Contractual Services 6.02M Professional Services 3.74M Professional Service Fees and Contracts 1.48M 952-95-00 Youth Care Services Year Round Youth Program 9.55M 909-03-00 Administration of Contracts: Summary of Work, Quality Control, Project Closeout, Etc. SYEP 2016 Human Care Agreement 2.00M SYEP 2016 Transportation 1.70M SYEP 2016 Other Services and Charges 1.10M Human Care Agreements 1.00M 715-90-20 Educational/Training Adult Training 2.00M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $85.52M Expendable Budget: $45.57M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 4.50M Property Management 0.72M Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak, etc) 0.16M Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.11M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Employment Services Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Department of Employment Services
  • 16. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -8- MISSION The mission of the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) is to create and preserve opportunities for affordable housing and economic development and to revitalize underserved communities in the District of Columbia. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $256.04M $29.17M 236.47M 11.56M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $3.65M (Exact Dollar Amount: $3,647,284) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $285.21M Purchasing Power: $256.04M $285.21M $29.17M $248.75M $7.29M $3.65M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 946-60-00 Loan Administration PMD AmeriNational Loan Service Contract 1.96M 958-05-00 Asset Management Services PMD Asset Management 1.90M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $256.04M Expendable Budget: $7.29M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Real Estate Services 236.11M Media & Advertising 0.34M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Potential IT Opportunities Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Housing and Community Development Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Department of Housing and Community Development
  • 17. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -9- MISSION The mission of the Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking is twofold: 1) protect consumers by providing equitable, thorough, efficient, and prompt regulatory supervision of the financial services companies, firms, and individuals operating in the District of Columbia, and 2) develop and improve market conditions to attract and retain financial services firms to the District of Columbia. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $22.43M $3.39M 1.27M 0.57M 0.00M 1.54M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.63M (Exact Dollar Amount: $633,992) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $25.82M Purchasing Power: $3.39M $25.82M $22.43M $2.12M $1.27M $0.63M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $3.39M Expendable Budget: $1.27M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 1.03M Security/Systems 0.13M Maintenance & Repairs 0.11M Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers (Dell, Microsoft, etc.) 0.10M Risk Management 0.05M Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.04M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking
  • 18. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -10- MISSION The Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD) supports the development, economic growth, and retention of District-based businesses, and promotes economic development throughout the District’s commercial districts. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $4.70M $5.64M 0.80M 4.15M 0.69M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.40M (Exact Dollar Amount: $401,912) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $10.34M Purchasing Power: $5.64M $10.34M $4.70M $4.83M $0.80M $0.40M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services Clean Team Grants 2.61M Main Street Grants 1.40M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $5.64M Expendable Budget: $0.80M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 0.69M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Department of Small and Local Business Development Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Department of Small and Local Business Development
  • 19. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -11- MISSION The mission of the Office of Cable Television, Film, Music & Entertainment is to create a sustainable entertainment industry in the District. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $6.25M $7.35M 0.26M 2.20M 4.75M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.13M (Exact Dollar Amount: $132,401) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $13.60M Purchasing Power: $7.35M $13.60M $6.25M $7.09M $0.26M $0.13M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $7.35M Expendable Budget: $0.26M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Media & Advertising 3.69M Specialized Services 0.61M Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.24M Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers (Dell, Microsoft, etc.) 0.12M Security 0.08M Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Potential IT Opportunities Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Office of Film, Television, and Entertainment Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Office of Film, Television, and Entertainment
  • 20. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -12- MISSION The mission of the Office of Planning (OP) is to guide development of the District of Columbia, including the preservation and revitalization of our distinctive neighborhoods, while engaging all communities. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $8.51M $1.80M 0.44M 0.02M 1.09M 0.25M 0.02M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.22M (Exact Dollar Amount: $219,299) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $10.31M Purchasing Power: $1.80M $10.31M $8.51M $1.37M $0.44M $0.22M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $1.80M Expendable Budget: $0.44M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Potential IT Opportunities Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Office of Planning Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Office of Planning
  • 21. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -13- MISSION The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) supports the Mayor in developing and executing the District's economic development vision. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $105.04M $10.35M 15.71M 21.40M 63.96M 2.00M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $7.85M (Exact Dollar Amount: $7,852,625) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $115.39M Purchasing Power: $105.04M $115.39M $10.35M $89.34M $15.71M $7.85M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 961-10-00 Business Plan Development Services H and Great Streets 9.00M McMillan Filtration PDM services 2.79M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $105.04M Expendable Budget: $15.71M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 1.64M Specialized Services 0.30M Media & Advertising 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Potential Construction Opport.. Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
  • 22. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -14- MISSION The mission of the Office of the People's Counsel ("OPC" or "Office") is to advocate for the provision of safe and reliable quality utility service and equitable treatment at rates that are just, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $6.30M $1.35M 0.70M 0.29M 0.02M 0.34M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.35M (Exact Dollar Amount: $347,682) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $7.65M Purchasing Power: $1.35M $7.65M $6.30M $0.65M $0.70M $0.35M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $1.35M Expendable Budget: $0.70M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.25M Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox, Pitney Bowes) 0.09M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Office of the People's Counsel Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Office of the People's Counsel INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 23. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -15- MISSION The mission of the Office of the Tenant Advocate (OTA) is to provide technical advice and other legal services to tenants. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $1.81M $1.10M 0.11M 0.40M 0.59M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.06M (Exact Dollar Amount: $55,932) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $2.91M Purchasing Power: $1.10M $2.91M $1.81M $0.99M $0.11M $0.06M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $1.10M Expendable Budget: $0.11M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.30M Specialized Services 0.19M Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers (Dell, Microsoft, etc.) 0.08M Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox, Pitney Bowes, etc.) 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Office of the Tenant Advocate Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Office of the Tenant Advocate INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 24. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -16- MISSION The mission of the DC Office of Zoning (DCOZ) is to provide administrative, professional, and technical assistance to the Zoning Commission (ZC) and the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA). Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $2.13M $0.67M 0.25M 0.21M 0.21M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.13M (Exact Dollar Amount: $126,647) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $2.81M Purchasing Power: $0.67M $2.81M $2.13M $0.42M $0.25M $0.13M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.67M Expendable Budget: $0.25M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 0.18M Telecommunications 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Office of Zoning Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Office of Zoning INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 25. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -17- MISSION The mission of the Public Service Commission is to ensure that financially healthy electric, natural gas, and telecommunications companies provide safe, reliable, and quality services at reasonable rates for District of Columbia residential, business, and government customers. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $12.20M $0.98M 0.75M 0.03M 0.20M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.37M (Exact Dollar Amount: $374,310) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $13.19M Purchasing Power: $0.98M $13.19M $12.20M $0.24M $0.75M $0.37M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.98M Expendable Budget: $0.75M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Media & Advertising 0.06M Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak, etc) 0.06M Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.04M Specialized Services 0.03M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Public Service Commission Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Public Service Commission INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 26. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -18- MISSION The mission of the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission (RPTAC) is to conduct fair and impartial hearings to review disputed real property tax assessments, to resolve claims of improper real property classifications, and homestead (domicile) and senior eligibility issues. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $1.47M $0.16M 0.04M 0.05M 0.08M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.02M (Exact Dollar Amount: $19,340) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $1.64M Purchasing Power: $0.16M $1.64M $1.47M $0.13M $0.04M $0.02M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.16M Expendable Budget: $0.04M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers (Dell, Microsoft, etc.) 0.06M Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Economic Development and Regulation: Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Ü= Economic Development and Regulation Real Property Tax Appeals Commission INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 27. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -19- Enterprise and Other Funds
  • 28. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -20- MISSION The mission of the D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board is to provide revenue-generating entertainment through the sale of innovative lottery products and promotions that directly benefits the residents and the economic vitality of the District of Columbia. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $140.67M $79.33M 41.70M 28.49M 9.13M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $4.56M (Exact Dollar Amount: $4,564,874) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $220.00M Purchasing Power: $79.33M $220.00M $140.67M $70.20M $9.13M $4.56M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $79.33M Expendable Budget: $9.13M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Gaming Contractor/Agents/Commission 27.15M Underage Drinking Program 1.34M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Enterprise and Other Funds: D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board Ü= Enterprise and Other Funds D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 29. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -21- MISSION The mission of DCRB is to prudently invest the assets of the Police Officers, Firefighters, and Teachers of the District of Columbia, while providing those employees with total retirement services. DCRB manages the Teachers’ Retirement Fund and Police Officers and Firefighters’ Retirement Fund (the "Funds"). Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $10.04M $22.26M 13.92M 1.91M 3.95M 2.47M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.96M (Exact Dollar Amount: $955,804) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $32.30M Purchasing Power: $22.26M $32.30M $10.04M $20.35M $1.91M $0.96M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $22.26M Expendable Budget: $1.91M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 1.60M Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.62M Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 0.19M Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak, etc) 0.05M Security 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Enterprise and Other Funds: District of Columbia Retirement Board Ü= Enterprise and Other Funds District of Columbia Retirement Board INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 30. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -22- MISSION The mission of the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority is to implement a health care exchange program in the District of Columbia in accordance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), thereby ensuring access to quality and affordable health care to all DC residents. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $11.92M $20.59M 18.86M 1.46M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $9.43M (Exact Dollar Amount: $9,428,357) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $32.51M Purchasing Power: $20.59M $32.51M $11.92M $1.74M $18.86M $9.43M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 958-23-00 Computer Management Services IT Consultants 17.00M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $20.59M Expendable Budget: $18.86M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY Not CBE Eligible Potential IT Opportunities Expendable Budget Enterprise and Other Funds: Health Benefit Exchange Authority Ü= Enterprise and Other Funds Health Benefit Exchange Authority INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 31. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -23- MISSION The HFA was established in 1979 to stimulate and expand homeownership and rental housing opportunities in Washington, D.C. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $7.04M $3.76M 3.03M 0.07M 0.67M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $1.51M (Exact Dollar Amount: $1,513,435) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $10.80M Purchasing Power: $3.76M $10.80M $7.04M $0.73M $3.03M $1.51M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $3.76M Expendable Budget: $3.03M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Membership Fees 0.15M Specialized Services 0.02M Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers (Dell, Microsoft, etc.) 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Expendable Budget Enterprise and Other Funds: Housing Finance Agency Ü= Enterprise and Other Funds Housing Finance Agency INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 32. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -24- MISSION The mission of the Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation (NFPHC) is to hold the land, improvements, and equipment of the hospital known as United Medical Center, to operate the hospital, and to sell or otherwise transfer all or part of the hospital and site to a qualified buyer, once identified. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY $73.27M $55.73M 17.88M 37.85M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $8.94M (Exact Dollar Amount: $8,941,449) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $129.00M Purchasing Power: $55.73M $129.00M $73.27M $37.85M $17.88M $8.94M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $55.73M Expendable Budget: $17.88M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Professional/Administrative Services 37.85M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Expendable Budget Enterprise and Other Funds: Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Ü= Enterprise and Other Funds Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 33. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -25- MISSION The University of the District of Columbia is a public, historically black, and land-grant institution. The University’s responsibility is to build a diverse generation of competitive, civically engaged scholars and leaders. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY $97.14M $64.32M 29.91M 24.87M 5.93M 3.61M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $14.96M (Exact Dollar Amount: $14,955,065) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $161.47M Purchasing Power: $64.32M $161.47M $97.14M $34.41M $29.91M $14.96M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 909-00-00 Building Construction Services, New (Incl. Maintenance and Repair Services) New Student Center 4.00M Backus Phase III Construction (Auditorium Renovation) 2.00M Law Library Relocation to Building 52 2.00M 958-00-00 Management Services Janitorial 3.00M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $64.32M Expendable Budget: $29.91M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Telecommunications 1.07M Professional Development Travel 0.75M Specialized Services 0.73M Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox, Pitney Bowes, etc.) 0.45M Supply/Upgrade IT Technology, Software, Licenses, Computers (Dell, Microsoft, etc.) 0.37M Professional Development/Specialty Services/Translation Services 0.25M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Enterprise and Other Funds: University of the District of Columbia Ü= Enterprise and Other Funds University of the District of Columbia INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 34. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -26- MISSION The mission of Events DC is to provide superior convention services to customers, promote the District as a venue for sports and entertainment activities, and serve as an economic engine to the nation’s capital. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $81.56M $48.11M 25.04M 22.73M 0.34M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $12.52M (Exact Dollar Amount: $12,519,336) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $129.67M Purchasing Power: $48.11M $129.67M $81.56M $23.07M $25.04M $12.52M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $48.11M Expendable Budget: $25.04M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox, Pitney Bowes, etc.) 0.34M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Enterprise and Other Funds: Washington Convention and Sports Authority Ü= Enterprise and Other Funds Washington Convention and Sports Authority INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 35. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -27- Government Direction and Support
  • 36. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -28- MISSION The Advisory Neighborhood Commissions ensure input from an advisory board that is made up of the residents of the neighborhoods that are directly affected by government action. The ANCs are the body of government with the closest official ties to the people in a neighborhood. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $0.23M $0.69M 0.02M 0.68M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.01M (Exact Dollar Amount: $7,652) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $0.93M Purchasing Power: $0.69M $0.93M $0.23M $0.68M $0.02M $0.01M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.69M Expendable Budget: $0.02M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Advisory Neighborhood Commissions Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Advisory Neighborhood Commissions INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 37. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -29- MISSION The Board of Elections, a Charter independent agency, mission is to enfranchise eligible residents, conduct elections, and assure the integrity of the electoral process as mandated by both federal and local laws. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $4.99M $2.40M 0.17M 1.92M 0.29M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.08M (Exact Dollar Amount: $84,925) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $7.39M Purchasing Power: $2.40M $7.39M $4.99M $2.23M $0.17M $0.08M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $2.40M Expendable Budget: $0.17M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.28M Special Transportation/Travel - Local (Metro, Taxi, WMATA, Amtrak, etc) 0.02M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Board of Elections Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Board of Elections INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 38. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -30- MISSION The Board of Ethics and Government Accountability (BEGA) is responsible to administer and enforce the District of Columbia Code of Conduct and enforce government-wide compliance with the D.C. Freedom of Information Act and the Open Meetings Act. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $1.64M $0.13M 0.03M 0.09M 0.01M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.01M (Exact Dollar Amount: $14,343) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $1.77M Purchasing Power: $0.13M $1.77M $1.64M $0.10M $0.03M $0.01M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.13M Expendable Budget: $0.03M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 0.01M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Board of Ethics and Government Accountability Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Board of Ethics and Government Accountability INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 39. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -31- MISSION The District of Columbia Captive Insurance Agency was incorporated on May 29, 2008, through the DC Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking. The District of Columbia Captive Insurance Agency and the insurance policies it provides further the District of Columbia’s goal of providing access to quality health care for all residents. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $0.00M $1.49M 0.01M 1.48M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.01M (Exact Dollar Amount: $5,500) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $1.49M Purchasing Power: $1.49M $1.49M $0.00M $1.48M $0.01M $0.01M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $1.49M Expendable Budget: $0.01M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Centralized Procurements - HR, Legal Documents - Birth Certificates, Driver’s License, etc) 1.48M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Captive Insurance Agency Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Captive Insurance Agency
  • 40. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -32- MISSION The mission of the Contract Appeals Board (CAB) is to provide an impartial, expeditious, inexpensive, and knowledgeable forum for hearing and resolving contractual disputes, protests, and debarments and suspensions involving the District and its contracting communities. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $1.38M $0.07M 0.0545M 0.0039M 0.0096M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.03M (Exact Dollar Amount: $27,230) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $1.45M Purchasing Power: $0.07M $1.45M $1.38M $0.01M $0.05M $0.03M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.07M Expendable Budget: $0.05M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY Proprietary Goods or Services Potential IT Opportunities Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Contract Appeals Board Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Contract Appeals Board INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 41. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -33- MISSION The goal of the Department of General Services is to ensure the delivery of new or modernized, well-equipped, well-maintained, safe and secure buildings and facilities for the benefit of District residents and employees. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $403.74M $172.84M 74.70M 89.71M 0.93M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $37.35M (Exact Dollar Amount: $37,349,432) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $576.58M Purchasing Power: $172.84M $576.58M $403.74M $98.14M $74.70M $37.35M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 958-26-00 Construction Management Services Consolidated Maintenance Services 14.28M 910-39-57 Janitorial/Custodial Services Janitorial Services 4.65M 918-85-00 Personnel/Employment Consulting (Human Re.. Consulting Services 4.20M 988-36-00 Grounds Maintenance: Mowing, Edging, Plant.. Grounds Maintenance 3.20M 968-72-00 Snow and Ice Removal Snow Removal Services 2.50M 990-46-00 Guard & Security Services Security Guard Services 2.00M 910-27-00 Garbage/Trash Removal, Disposal and.. Trash Collection Services 2.00M 990-50-00 Installation of Security Equipment Citywide Electronic Services 1.30M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $172.84M Expendable Budget: $74.70M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Economic Development Land Purchase 89.00M Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.40M Inmate Work Squad Compensation 0.16M Public Safety Equipment Purchases (Protective Equipment, Safety Vests, Ammunition, etc) 0.08M Media & Advertising 0.07M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Department of General Services Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Department of General Services $111.83 million of the expendable budget for DGS is for construction or design projects.
  • 42. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -34- MISSION The mission of the DC Department of Human Resources (DCHR) is to strengthen individual and organizational performance and enable the District government to attract, develop, and retain a highly qualified, diverse workforce Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $11.08M $2.75M 1.79M 0.77M 0.19M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.90M (Exact Dollar Amount: $896,900) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $13.83M Purchasing Power: $2.75M $13.83M $11.08M $0.96M $1.79M $0.90M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 948-00-00 Health Related Services Health - HMO #1 250.90M Health - HMO #2 235.09M Health - HMO #3 216.22M Health - PPO 102.03M Citywide Dental Services 9.48M Life & Disability Insurance 9.04M Health - CDHP 1.78M Vision Care Services 1.28M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $2.75M Expendable Budget: $1.79M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 0.19M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Department of Human Resources Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Department of Human Resources
  • 43. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -35- MISSION The mission of the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity (DMGEO) is to facilitate investment and job creation in underserved District of Columbia communities in order to improve economic opportunities for residents in those communities. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $0.60M $0.10M 0.10M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.05M (Exact Dollar Amount: $49,000) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $0.70M Purchasing Power: $0.10M $0.70M $0.60M $0.00M $0.10M $0.05M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.10M Expendable Budget: $0.10M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity
  • 44. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -36- MISSION The mission of the Mayor’s Office of Legal Counsel (MOLC) is to provide various legal services to the Mayor and District of Columbia government agencies specifically working with their General Counsels. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $1.55M $0.05M 0.01M 0.04M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.00M (Exact Dollar Amount: $4,300) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $1.60M Purchasing Power: $0.05M $1.60M $1.55M $0.04M $0.01M $0.00M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.05M Expendable Budget: $0.01M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 0.04M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Mayor's Office of Legal Counsel Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Mayor's Office of Legal Counsel
  • 45. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -37- MISSION The mission of the Office of Campaign Finance (OCF) is to regulate and provide public disclosure and transparency to protect and ensure public trust in the integrity of the election process and government service. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $2.61M $0.10M 0.10M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.05M (Exact Dollar Amount: $49,008) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $2.70M Purchasing Power: $0.10M $2.70M $2.61M $0.00M $0.10M $0.05M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.10M Expendable Budget: $0.10M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Campaign Finance Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Office of Campaign Finance INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 46. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -38- MISSION OCP’s mission is to procure quality goods and services through a streamlined procurement process that is transparent and responsive to the needs of government agencies and the public, and ensures all purchases are conducted fairly and impartially. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $21.64M $1.18M 0.79M 0.02M 0.38M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.40M (Exact Dollar Amount: $395,192) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $22.82M Purchasing Power: $1.18M $22.82M $21.64M $0.39M $0.79M $0.40M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 920-45-00 Software Maintenace & Support Enhancement automated worker's compensation system 1.50M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $1.18M Expendable Budget: $0.79M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Property Management 0.38M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Contracting and Procurement Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Office of Contracting and Procurement
  • 47. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -39- MISSION The mission of the Office of Disability Rights (ODR) is to ensure that every program, service, benefit, and activity operated or funded by the District of Columbia is fully accessible to, and usable by, qualified people with disabilities with or without reasonable accommodations or modifications. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $1.24M $0.47M 0.03M 0.26M 0.18M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.02M (Exact Dollar Amount: $16,497) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $1.71M Purchasing Power: $0.47M $1.71M $1.24M $0.44M $0.03M $0.02M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.47M Expendable Budget: $0.03M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Specialized Services 0.18M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Disability Rights Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Office of Disability Rights
  • 48. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -40- MISSION The Office of Employee Appeals (OEA) is an independent agency with a mission is to adjudicate employee appeals and rendering impartial decisions with sound legal reasoning in a timely manner. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $1.67M $0.07M 0.06M 0.01M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.03M (Exact Dollar Amount: $32,145) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $1.74M Purchasing Power: $0.07M $1.74M $1.67M $0.01M $0.06M $0.03M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.07M Expendable Budget: $0.06M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Employee Appeals Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Office of Employee Appeals INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 49. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -41- MISSION The mission of the Office of Finance and Resource Management (OFRM) is to provide financial and resource management services to various District of Columbia government agencies. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $36.27M $0.24M 0.16M 0.00M 0.09M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.08M (Exact Dollar Amount: $77,820) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $36.51M Purchasing Power: $0.24M $36.51M $36.27M $0.09M $0.16M $0.08M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.24M Expendable Budget: $0.16M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Professional Development Travel 0.05M Equipment Maintenance/Lease Agreement (Sharp, Cannon, Xerox, Pitney Bowes, etc.) 0.04M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Not CBE Eligible Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Finance and Resource Management Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Office of Finance and Resource Management INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY
  • 50. FY16 CBE Opportunity Guide Page -42- MISSION The mission of the Office of Risk Management (ORM) is to reduce the probability, occurrence and cost of risk to the District of Columbia government. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $2.80M $0.13M 0.11M 0.02M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $0.05M (Exact Dollar Amount: $54,306) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $2.92M Purchasing Power: $0.13M $2.92M $2.80M $0.02M $0.11M $0.05M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services Third Party Administrator Contract (TPA) 4.17M 909-03-00 Administration of Contracts: Summary of Work, Quality Control, Project Closeout, Etc. Property Insurance Contract 2.16M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $0.13M Expendable Budget: $0.11M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. Proprietary Goods or Services Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Office of Risk Management Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Office of Risk Management
  • 51. Connecting Small Businesses with Local Government Procurement Opportunities Page -43- MISSION The mission of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is to enforce the laws of the District of Columbia and to provide legal services to the District of Columbia government. Information on this page is current as of November 03, 2015. For the most up-to-date information, visit the CBE Connect web site at http://cbeconnect.dc.gov. For more information on upcoming procurement opportunities, contact The DSLBD Business Opportunities Team at (202) 727-3900. $66.63M $17.40M 2.28M 0.09M 7.71M 3.64M 3.68M There were no planned acquistions over $1 million as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. FY16 Budget Approved Agency Exceptions FY16 Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Spending Goal: $1.14M (Exact Dollar Amount: $1,138,482) HOW THE CBE GOAL IS CALCULATED Agency Budget: $84.03M Purchasing Power: $17.40M $84.03M $66.63M $15.12M $2.28M $1.14M- - Fiscal Year 2016 Agency Purchasing Power NIGP Code NIGP Description Good or Service Est. $ 961-00-00 Miscellaneous Services State Disbursement Unit Operations 3.33M 918-90-00 Strategic Technology Planning and Consulting Services DCCSES Support 1.84M FY16 Planned Acquisitions (over $1 million) Purchasing Power Personnel and Fixed Costs Personnel and Fixed Costs (rent and utilities) Expendable Budget FY16 CBE Spending Goal (50% of the Expendable Budget) Purchasing Power: $17.40M Expendable Budget: $2.28M There were no planned acquistions where CBEs were not available as of the date this document was printed. Please visit http://cbeconnect.dc.gov for more information. Exception Category Est. $ Legal Services/Subscriptions - Lexis Nexis, Westlaw etc. 0.59M Specialized Services 0.13M Postal Services (Postage, UPS, Fed-Ex, etc) 0.11M Maintenance & Repairs 0.08M Centralized Procurements - HR, Legal Documents - Birth Certificates, Driver’s License, etc) 0.04M Security 0.04M Potential Business Opportunities* *These items make up the category referenced above where agencies determined that CBE Capacity was Not Available. INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY CBE Capacity Not Available* Proprietary Goods or Services Not CBE Eligible Potential IT Opportunities Expendable Budget Governmental Direction and Support: Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia Ü= Governmental Direction and Support Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia INDEPENDENT GOVERNMENT AGENCY