Please join the Port of Portland and its consultant, Colette Holt & Associates, for a Public Informational Meeting about the Port of Portland’s Disparity Study. The purpose of the study is to ensure that disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE), airport concession disadvantaged business enterprise (ACDBE), and minority, women, service disabled veteran and emerging small businesses (MWVESB) have equal access to contracting opportunities. In an effort to ensure every opportunity for public participation in the conduct of this study, the Port of Portland will be hosting a Study Informational Meeting on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.
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The meeting will provide an introduction to the study team; a presentation on the legal and regulatory standards; information regarding the study process and timeline for completion; and information on how to provide further input.
The meeting will be held at the following location:
Date: June 14, 2017, 1:00 p.m.
Location: Portland International Airport Conference Center
(located inside PDX in the St. Helens Conference Room on the 2nd Floor Mezzanine Level)
7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 97218
(Parking validation for short and long term parking garages available in Conference Center reception area.)
Your input is vital to the study’s process. We encourage you to register and attend this meeting and we look forward to your participation.
Please contact the consultant conducting the Study, Colette Holt & Associates, with questions at portofportland_study@mwbelaw.
com. You may also contact Kimberly Mitchell-Phillips, Small Business Development Program Manager, DBELO/ACDBELO, Port of Portland and Study Manager, Kimberly.Mitchell-Phillips@ portofportland.com or (503) 415-6587.
For general information, please visit the Study’s website portofportland.disparity-
Thank you in advance for your participation.