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Prince George’s County Changes Minority Business Division Name To Supplier Development & Diversity Division

Largo, MD – Prince George’s County is changing the name of its Minority Business Division to the Supplier Development & Diversity Division (SDDD).  The change is an effort to rebrand the division and to better reflect its expanded commitment to serve the growing needs of businesses that are county-based, small, minority, disadvantaged and veteran & service disabled owned.

“Prince George's County is committed to increasing economic opportunities for companies that are often overlooked in the bid process,” said Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III.  “The name change signals to those businesses that we are serious about inclusion and we are committed to developing long-term relationships with local, small, minority and disadvantaged businesses.”

The Prince George’s County Supplier Development & Diversity Division exists to maximize the County government’s use of certified local, small, minority and disadvantaged and veteran businesses for procurement opportunities.  SDDD also encourages the private sector to utilize these businesses for major projects in the County.  For 16 years, SDDD has worked diligently to build up Prince George’s County’s use of minority and disadvantaged businesses through procurement assistance, business development, certification, education and training and advocacy.

Media Contact:
Denise Roberts
Prince George’s County SDDD