What is the HUB Program?

The Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) program collaborates with various minority and women business trade organizations and development centers to circulate information pertaining to the initiatives of the Statewide HUB Program.

HUB certification provides vendors an opportunity to do business with DIR’s eligible customers to increase HUB spend.

The Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA) administers the Statewide HUB Program.

Submit an application on the Statewide HUB Program site with the Comptroller (CPA) to become HUB Certified.

About the DIR HUB Program

The DIR HUB Team collaborates with the procurement and contract management teams to ensure a fair opportunity to compete.

HUB Qualifications
Review the requirements to determine if your company qualifies
HUB Qualifications
HUB Reporting
The Statewide Procurement Division (SPD) Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program has been tasked with the reporting of expenditures
HUB Reporting
Mentor-Protégé Program
DIR has implemented a Mentor-Protégé program that fosters relationships between prime vendors and HUBs.
Mentor-Protégé Program
HUB Talk Series
Webinar presented by Comptroller of Public Accounts and hosted by DIR
HUB Talk Series
HUB Documents and Resources
HUB related materials for inclusive information about the program created by DIR or the Comptroller
HUB Documents and Resources

HUB Goals

DIR has adopted the Statewide HUB Program rules as its own. DIR and its contractors shall make a good faith effort to meet or exceed these goals and assist HUBs in receiving a portion of the total contract value of all contracts that DIR expects to award in a fiscal year.

32.90 %
Special Trade Construction
23.70 %
Professional services contracts
26.00 %
All other services contracts
Commodities Contracts

HUB Contact

For more information, contact:


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