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Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB)

Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business

The System-wide Supplier Diversity Program is responsible for ensuring SUNY’s compliance with Executive Law 17B to ensure SDVOB firms, certified by the New York State Office of General Services (OGS), have an equal opportunity to receive and participate in University procurements.  It is the intent of the University to reach, annually, a SDVOB utilization goal of 6% as established by Executive Law 17B.

From SUNY Policy 7564: Participation by Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOBs) with Respect to State University of New York Contracts

SUNY Policy 7564 outlines three primary options for using NYS Certified SDVOBs in their contracting/purchasing activities. Each campus is responsible for determining which option or combination of options can best achieve the University’s goals.

For further information regarding goal setting and University-wide participation goals and processing procedures for service-disabled veterans owned business, please review SUNY Policy 7564, Participation by Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOBs) with Respect to State University of New York Contracts.

Each SUNY campus has a SDVOB officer or contact. You are encouraged to contact them to:

Exclusions & Exemptions:

SUNY MWBE/SDVOB Exemption and Exclusion Procedure, SFY 20-21

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