CertificationCertification Partners/Vendor Registration
DOING BUSINESS WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT/AGENCIES:
|How to do business with the City of Sacramento
City Certified Small Business-Certification and Vendor Registration
|Doing Business with Sacramento Regional Transit||Doing Business with County of Sacramento|
Certification lab center
Do you need Technical Assistance to register your business with agencies? Do you need help to get your business certified with the State of California? The Sacramento Business Services Center located in the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce office conducts a Certification workshop every 3rd Thursday to help businesses get certified. Wireless laptops available for hands-on training, donated by AT&T. Contact Lab Center to make your appointment today.
The Sacramento Sustainable Business program assists businesses and public agencies in taking steps to prevent pollution and conserve resources. Certified sustainable businesses and public agencies may display the Sacramento Sustainable Business placard on their premises and in their advertising. The Sustainable Business Program markets the logo so that consumers can identify environmentally responsible businesses. The public’s growing environmental awareness represents purchasing power that can motivate businesses to become sustainable.
DOING BUSINESS WITH THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA:
Small Business/DISABLED VETERANS Certification (SB/DVBE)
State Bid Notifications
The California State Contracts Register (CSCR) is your one-stop information source for state contracting opportunities. The CSCR connects business to government, providing an easy-to-use, on-line publication which lists services and construction contracts over $5,000, commodity contracts over $50,000, and IT goods contracts over $100,000.
CalTrans - State of California Transportation
|Disadvantaged Business Enterprise||California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Civil Rights Program||Federally Funded Contracts|
|State Minority Business Enterprise||California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Civil Rights Program||State Funded Contracts|
|State Women-Owned Business Enterprise||California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Civil Rights Program||State Funded Contracts|
CPUC - California Public Utility Commission
Doing Business with California’s corporations including, AT&T, PG&E, Verizon, Comcast, Sprint, Worldcom, San Jose Water, California water and more!
Utility Supplier Diversity Program
The California Public Utility Commission Certification (CPUC) program monitors supplier diversity in procurements by participating utilities and oversees a clearinghouse of women, minority and disabled veteran-owned business enterprises.
The Asian Resources Inc serves as the clearinghouse agency to assist business owners to get Certified.
Get Asian Resources online application
For more information visit the State of California‘s Public Utility’s Diversity Program.
UC Davis Contracting Services provides centralized purchasing services to the campus with limited delegation of purchasing authority extended to campus departments. Contracting Services is organized into four teams, each specializing in unique product and service areas. Find out more about doing business with UC Davis:
Vendor Guide to the UC Davis Health System
The purpose of this UC Davis Health System web site is to serve as an informational resource for vendors interested in doing business with the health system. It was designed to provide a simple, user-friendly overview of the policy and procedure that direct our activities during the acquisition of goods and services.
Thank you very much for your interest in doing business with California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State). We are committed to providing an equal opportunity for all business enterprises to participate in our purchasing and contracting activities.
DOING BUSINESS WITH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT:
HubZone Business Enterprises (HUB)
To participate in HUB (Historically Underutilized Business) contracting programs, a business must be determined to be a "qualified HUBzone small business concern". A firm can be qualified if:
- It is small,
- It is located in an "historically underutilized business zone" (HUB Zone)
- It is owned and controlled by one or more US Citizens, and
- At least 35% of its employees reside in a HUBZone.
To find out if more information about the HUBZone, visit the page