Certification as a minority business enterprise (MBE), disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE), or a woman-owned business enterprise (WBE, WOSB, EDWOSB) can help businesses in under-represented industries obtain preference in local, state, and federal government contracting.
The Obi Law Group represents minority- and women-owned companies and and helps them form, finance, and operate successful business ventures. We are well versed in the requirements of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), Small Business Administration, and other organizations involved in the certification process.
Our team also works with organizations that are seeking minority- and women-owned business partners for private and public sector business opportunities.
Obi Law Group regularly provides the following compliance-related services:
Unfortunately, these certifications also can add an entirely new layer of complexity to routine business transactions–both during and after formation and certification. Take care when selecting business advisors to ensure that they have the experience you need to guide you through the perils and pitfalls of deal work with certified businesses. It makes a difference!
Obi Law Group is deeply skilled in designing, implementing and supporting government contracts compliance programs, as well as providing compliance counseling on discrete issues. Whether the matter involves designing a compliance program from scratch or providing advice on existing compliance risks, we focus on giving tailored and heartfelt counsel that can be immediately translated into action.
Obi Law Group will also regularly work with subject matter experts in other fields to ensure that our compliance solutions are enterprise-wide and include consideration of obligations imposed on our clients through compliance regimes that are not specific to government contracting.
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