Small, Disadvantaged, Female, and Minority owned businesses throughout Atlanta continue to blaze trails in corporate, non-profit and government roles, enriching our city in countless ways. According to the National Association of Women Business Owners, Georgia ranks number one in percent growth in number, employment and sales for female-owned firms. The City of Atlanta's Mayor's Office of Contract Compliance has a wealth of information regarding the administration of the City's various diversity programs, and will prove to be a valuable resource for firms seeking to naviagte municipal procurement.
The City of Atlanta actively promotes full and equal business opportunities for all persons seeking to do business with the City of Atlanta. The Mayor's Office of Contract Compliance (OCC) is the entity that serves as the administration authority for the City's diversity programs. Our data bases of certified firms may be accessed on the Office of Contract Compliance Page and can help prime contractors in their search for OCC certified small, minority, and/or female-owned firms for participation in applicable City diversity programs. Visit the Office of Contract Compliance page to learn how to obtain a City of Atlanta Supplier ID and apply for certification.
Thế giới cáIn Atlanta, ability, drive and talent are neither gender nor color specific.