Helpful Links

Helpful Links

U.S. Small Business Administration

The SBA (U.S. Small Business Administration) business development program consists of three contracting programs and two certification programs to help small businesses compete in the American economy and access the federal procurement market:

Contracting programs target Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), Historically Under-utilized Business Zone (HUBZone) and 8(a) Business Development Program. Eligibility guidelines are available at

The SBA certification programs apply to Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) and 8(a) Business Development Program. The Boeing Company is a prime contractor of the federal government who supports and recognizes these certifications

Certifications & Organizations

The Boeing Company supports local, state and federal supplier diversity initiatives, certifications and classifications . Boeing highly encourages and recognizes membership in the following organizations, membership is not a requirement to doing business with us.

National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)

The NMSDC is a business membership organization organized for the purpose of networking more than 15,000 minority-owned firms with its 3,500 member corporations who are seeking to purchase goods and services. NMSDC has more than 39 regional councils across the country.

Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)

WBENC is an organization formed to advocate and provide growth and development opportunities for women business owners. WBENC is a national third party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women.

Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC)

CAMSC delivers programs and processes to promote and facilitate procurement opportunities between major corporations in Canada and suppliers of all sizes owned and operated by Canadian Aboriginals and Minorities.

WEConnect International

WEConnect International identifies, educates, registers, and certifies women's business enterprises based outside of the U.S. that are at least 51% owned, managed, and controlled by one or more women, and then connects them with multinational corporate buyers.