Attachment C1200: Bid Submittal Forms

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Form 1: List of All Subcontractors

Form 2: List of All Professional / Consulting Service Providers Sub-Firms

Form 3: List of All Suppliers

SMWBE Contract Requirement:

IFB, RFP, RFQ, SOQ, and all level contracts and pre bid agenda language for County SMWBE Requirement

Bexar County is committed to increasing the involvement of Small, Minority, and Women Owned Business Enterprises (SMWBE) in its procurement process.    Similarly, the County promotes SMWBE participation in its Tax Phase-in Program to support the growth and diversity of a regional economy.

The Commissioners Court established a Participation Target of a minimum of 20% of all procurement dollars in the areas of Commodities, Equipment, Services, Maintenance, Professional Services and Construction are spent with minority and women-owned business enterprises, and/or a minimum of 30% of those procurement dollars are spent with small business enterprises. Expenditures with a Minority, Women Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) that is also a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) will be counted in both categories.

SMWBE participation is highly encouraged. The Participation Targets are not included in the evaluation of bids or proposals for awards.

SMWBE for the purpose of this policy are those companies with a certification designation from an authorized certification agency as a woman, small or a minority group certification, such as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB), or Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), or Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), or Women Owned Business Enterprise (WBE), or Small Business Enterprise (SBE), or African American Business Enterprise (AABE), or Asian American Business Enterprise (ABE), or Disabled Individual Business Enterprise (DIBE), or Emerging Small Business Enterprise (ESBE), or Hispanic American Business Enterprise (HABE), or Native American Business Enterprise (NABE), or Veteran Business Enterprise (VBE) or Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender Business Enterprise (LGBTBE)  recognized and approved by Bexar County Commissioners Court. Bexar County accepts all verifiable certificates from any bonafide certification agency.

Certification means a designation as a HUB, DBE, SBE, MBE, VBE, WBE or LGBTBE awarded by any authorized agency that a company is a for-profit independent operating business that is at least 51% owned operated and controlled by minority person(s) and/or a woman.  The ownership by minorities and women must be real and substantial.

Auditing and Compliance: All vendors receiving awards for Goods, Commodities, Services, Construction or Professional Services must provide ownership and amount information for all sub-contractors, sub-suppliers, and sub-consultants to be engaged before or during the term of award. (BID SUBMITTAL FORMS C1200)

During the term of the contract, the awarded contractor must submit accurate progress payment information, to include payments made to its Sub-Contractor(s), Sub-Supplier (s) or Sub-Consultant(s), with each invoice submitted to the County for payment.

In addition, the Contractor and its Sub-Contractor(s) Sub-Supplier(s) or Sub-Consultant(s) must utilize the contract management software Contract and Diversity Management System (CDMS) (procured by Bexar County and available at to report all payments made and received. Payments shall be audited at least monthly for participation and accuracy by County staff or a designated representative of the County. All such related source documents upon which payment is based shall be made a matter of record.

The Contract and Diversity Management System (CDMS) is a web-based paperless system that Prime vendors shall use to report sub-contracting, sub-supplier or sub-consultant payments made to SMWBE for any sub-contracting, sub-suppliers, sub-consultant performance.

The SMWBE Program staff will verify payments and seek to resolve any disputes. Staff provides training and education for all prime and sub-vendors.

For questions or more information, please contact:

Small Business & Entrepreneurship Department

Bexar County

Paul Elizondo Tower

101 W Nueva, STE 112

San Antonio, Texas 78205



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1. Section 1: Purpose
2. Section 2: Policy
3. Section 3: Legal References
4. Section 4: Definitions
5. Section 5: Program Goals
6. Section 6: Administration
7. Section 7: Certification
8. Section 8: Solicitation and Award of Commodities, Equipment, Maintenance, Construction, Services and Professional Services and Personal Services Under $50,000
9. Section 9: Solicitation and Award of Commodities, Equipment, Maintenance, Construction, Services and Professional Services and Personal Services Over $50,000
10. Section 10: Vendor Responsibilities
11. Section 11: Documentation And Reporting
12. Section 12: Administration of Vendor Data
13. Section 13: Responsible Offices
14. Section 14: County Responsibilities
15. Section 15: Exemptions to the SMWBE Policy Provisions
16. Section 16: Debarment Procedures
17. Section 17: Request for Information
18. Section 18: Effective Date
19. Attachment A: SMWBE Program Goals
20. Attachment B: SMWBE Program Report
21. Attachment C: Bexar County Purchasing Department Vendor Registration Form
22. Attachment C1200: Bid Submittal Forms
23. Attachment D: Guidelines for the Bexar County SMWBE Advisory Committee
24. Attachment E: Bexar County SMWBE Program Advisory Committee Standard Operating Procedures