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Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Program
Small Businesses must average gross revenues for the last three (3) years not exceeding $5 million except manufacturers whose number of employees cannot exceed one hundred (100) and wholesalers whose number of employees cannot exceed fifty (50). Located and performing a commercially useful function in Miami-Dade County.
- Business Requirements
- Certification Forms
- Contracting Opportunities
- Additional Forms
- Projects Under Review
It is designed to provide opportunities for firms that meet the following criteria:
- Must own only one certified SBE firm.
- Must be an established business for at least one-year.
- Annual renewal of certification required.
The following forms are used in evaluating firms for participation in Miami-Dade County's Business Enterprise certification programs. For ease of use, forms should be saved on your personal computer and filled in online prior to printing
- Request New Certification Package
This form needs to be completed by all firms applying for CBE/CSBE/SBE certification programs. For ease of use, forms should be saved on your personal computer and filled in online prior to printing.
- Small Business Continuing Eligibility Affidavit
Use this form for required Annual Eligibility Review. For ease of use, forms should be saved on your personal computer and filled in online prior to printing.
- Re-Certification Application (new application)
This form is to be used when your CBE, CSBE and Micro/SBE certification programs expire after the three-year period.
- Change of Status
Use this form to request changes to current certification status.
- CSBE Personal Financial Statement
This form is required to be completed by firms submitting a New Certification Application, Annual Continuing Eligibility Affidavit and Re-Certification Application for CSBE certification.
- Certification Application Checklist
This document should be used to assist in compiling all documents required in the certification process.
Each year Miami-Dade County awards millions of dollars in contracts to firms for procurement of goods and services (items excluding construction and architectural and engineering services). The County reviews procurement projects prior to advertisement for opportunities, of small business participation and places measures for these projects accordingly. The Small Business (SBE) Program incorporates two business sectors, micro enterprise and small business.
Under the SBE Program, certified Micro Enterprises receive an automatic ten percent (10%) bid preference/selection factor on contracts $50,000 and under. It is required that departments solicit bids or quotes from at least four (4) firms where available (two micro enterprises and two non-certified firms) for contracts of $50,000 and under.
County departments are required to expend at least 10% of the total value of contracts $50,000 and under with micro enterprises. On contracts that exceed $50,000, SBEs participate through set-asides, subcontractor goals, bid preferences or selection factor.
In order to do business with Miami-Dade County firms must be registered vendors. Vendor applications may be obtained from the Procurement Management Services Division. In order to participate on County procurement projects fulfilling Small Business Enterprise measures, a firm must be certified in the appropriate category as well.Back to Top
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Projects Under Review
Procurement of Goods and Services/SBE projects and review status of each are available online.Back to Top
Submit Completed Application Package To:
Miami-Dade County, Internal Services Department
Small Business Development, Certification Unit
111 NW 1st Street, Suite 1900 Miami, FL 33128
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