Supporting economic equity
Committed to section 3/minority outreach
BGC Advantage is a leader in helping Housing Authorities navigate RAD, HUD, and Rural Development requirements, including Section 3. We are committed to complying with the Section 3 act, regulations, and any relevant partner Housing Authority Section 3 guidelines. We are dedicated to pursuing business relationships with qualified Section 3 participants and providing employment and training to Section 3 residents.
It is our policy and our mission to provide Section 3 participants, as well as Minority, Women-Owned, and Disadvantaged Business enterprises, the maximum opportunity to participate in the performance of contracts financed in whole or in part with federal funds.
We endeavor to:
Choose general contractors and service providers that share our commitment to supporting minority and women-owned businesses by complying with Section 3 hiring practices.
Encourage the participation and support of subcontractor and supplier diversity by prime contractors
Seek qualified Section 3 participants, minority-owned, women-owned, and other small disadvantaged business enterprises that can provide the services needed
Pursue opportunities to assist in the development and competitiveness of the targeted businesses
We work to award contracts for services to Section 3 participants. Our outreach meetings are designed to educate and inform about employment opportunities, contracting, and any applicable training opportunities.
We get the word out:
Hosting educational and informational forums
Emailing flyers and invitations to targeted businesses within
the project community
Posting ads about job opportunities and contracting events
in local periodicals
Posting social media announcements
Distributing flyers through the public housing agency and local organizations that serve minority populations
Hosting meeting recordings on our website, as needed
BGC will work to ensure that employment and economic opportunities generated by certain HUD financial assistance shall, to the greatest extent possible, be directed toward low to very low-income persons and to business concerns, which provide economic opportunities, to low-income persons.
recent or upcoming contractor Outreach and job opportunity fairs
General Contractors, Minority and Women-Owned Contractors, Section 3 Contractors, Laborers and Interested Individuals... Join Us To Learn How to Participate in Affordable Housing Development and Redevelopment Construction Projects! Housing Authority of Springfield...
Request for Qualifications for General Contractors for Rehabilitation of Affordable Housing Daytona Beach Housing Authority, in partnership with BGC Advantage and DNA Architects, will be hosting a Virtual Outreach and Information Session on Wednesday, February 24,...
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