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City of Cincinnati 2009 SBE Spending Report January thru August

City of Cincinnati 2009 SBE Spending Report January thru August

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City of Cincinnati 2009 SBE Spending Report January through August provided in response to Cincinnati NAACP Public Information Reguest
City of Cincinnati 2009 SBE Spending Report January through August provided in response to Cincinnati NAACP Public Information Reguest

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 October 7, 2009Christopher SmithermanPresidentNAACP4439 Reading RoadSuite 202Cincinnati, OH 45229Dear Mr. Smitherman:This letter is in response to the public records request for the City’s SBE numbers upuntil August 2009. City Council passed an ordinance requiring the City Administration,beginning in first quarter 2010, to provide quarterly SBE reports. The timing of yourrequest precedes the schedule adopted by City Council for the release of the 2009 SBEnumbers
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Therefore, the attachments represent incomplete information related to the stepstaken by the City to incorporate the applicable OPEN Cincinnati Task Forcerecommendations.
 
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Attachment 1 represents the City’s spend with certified SBE firms and non-SBE firms in Hamilton County. Goal attainment is based on this reportonly
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Attachment 2 represents the City’s spend with certified SBE firms and non- SBEfirms regardless of geographic location.3.
 
Attachment 3 represents the City’s spend with SBE vendors (who voluntarilyidentified race and gender information) and non-SBE firms located in HamiltonCounty.4.
 
Attachment 4 represents the City’s spend with SBE vendors (who voluntarilyidentified race and gender information) and non-SBE firms regardless of geographic location.5.
 
Attachment 5 represents the City’s spend with all vendors located in HamiltonCounty who voluntarily identified their race and gender information.
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Hamilton County is the geographic boundary for eligibility to be certified as an SBE. Goal attainment isbased on dollars spent with SBEs not contract awards. Hamilton County is the constant factor to consider.
 
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Attachment 6 represents the City’s spend with all vendors regardless of geographic location who voluntarily identified their race and gender information.7.
 
Attachment 7 represents contracts awarded to SBEs (who voluntarily identified race and gender information) and non-SBE firms located in Hamilton County.
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Attachment 8 represents contracts awarded to SBE firms (who voluntarilyidentified race and gender information) and non-SBE firms regardless of geographic location.9.
 
Attachment 9 represents contracts awarded to all vendors (who voluntarilyidentified race and gender information) located in Hamilton County.10.
 
Attachment 10 represents contracts awarded to all vendors (who voluntarilyidentified race and gender information) regardless of geographic location.
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MSD expenditures and contracts are excluded from this report (except for storm waterexpenditures and contracts which are handled through the Purchasing Division of Finance.)
The SBE Report excludes non-competitive awards and expenditures.Sincerely,
R. Thompson 
Rochelle ThompsonContract Compliance OfficerC: Mayor and City CouncilMilton Dohoney, City ManagerDavid Holmes, Assistant City ManagerJohn Curp, City SolicitorJim Clingman, NAACP
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Contracts may run for multiple years; the amounts are subject to change; a change in City Council mayaffect the continuation of a contract. Goal attainment is not based on contract award.
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MSD has its own SBE Program. It’s a dual Hamilton County/ City organization and SBE numbers mustbe obtained directly from that agency.
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Non-competitive expenditures and contracts awarded to nonprofits, other government entities andinterdepartmental transactions are excluded from the SBE Report
 
City of Cincinnati SBE Report - Actual Dollars Spent 
$ Spent% of CategoryTotal
Between 1/1/2009 and 8/31/2009 Hamilton County Vendors Excludes MSD Expenditures* 
Construction
SBE$16,638,76326.9%ALL OTHERS$45,117,49973.1%$61,756,261100.0%TOTAL
Prof Services
SBE$1,769,6938.4%ALL OTHERS$19,387,88291.6%$21,157,575100.0%TOTAL
Supplies/Services
SBE$1,154,9234.3%ALL OTHERS$25,483,92895.7%$26,638,851100.0%TOTAL$109,552,687GRAND TOTAL17.9%SBE
Note: SBE goal attainment is based on percentage of CIty Certified SBE dollars spent as compared to total dollars spentin Hamilton County.* MSD has it's own SBE program. It is a dual Hamilton County/City organization and SBE numbers must be obtaineddirectly from that agency. This report does include expenditures for Stormwater, since they go through the City'spurchasing division of financeNon-competitive expenditures and contracts awarded to nonprofits, other government entities and interdepartmentaltransactions are excluded from the SBE Report10/7/2009

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