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Minority, woman and small-owned businesses

We believe that a diverse and multicultural supply chain is a source of innovation, and that contractor diversity promotes inclusiveness that benefits the consumers we serve.

We are dedicated to working with diverse business owners—particularly minorities, women and small businesses—and we welcome feedback about how we're doing.

See our strategy and budget


Here's what you should know about working with the CFPB as a minority, women or small business:

FY20 awards to small businesses

Small Business Category

Awarded

Percentage

Business

$54,276,664      

34%

Disadvantaged business

$32,260,764      

20%    

Women-owned business

$27,633,826      

18%

Service-disabled veteran-owned business

$11,760,545      

7%

HubZone business

$5,385,730      

3%

Source: Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) as of April 2021

FY20 awards for Dodd-Frank Act (DFA 5) vendors

Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) Category Awarded Percentage
African American-owned vendors

$2,416,848

2%
American Indian/Alaska Native-owned vendors

$4,251,062     

3%

Asian/Pacific Islander-owned vendors

$17,649,829     

11%

Hispanic American-owned vendors

$7,800,450     

5%

Women-owned vendors

$24,519,971     

15%

Minority-owned vendors (any)

$32,120,588     

20%

DFA 5 vendors (any)

$43,874,698     

27%

Source: Federal Procurement Data System (FPDS) as of April 2021

How to do business with us

Register your business with the System for Award Management (SAM) to apply for opportunities.

Register at SAM.gov