Local & Minority Business Programs

Small Local Business Enterprise (SLBE) Program         
The SLBE Program was established in 2012 by the Charles County Commissioners to encourage a positive impact on the growth and prosperity of small local firms and the economy of Charles County by using its market power in its purchasing of goods and services to benefit these firms. In order to qualify for the Program, businesses must first be certified in the State of Maryland's Small Business Reserve (SBR) Program, and then be certified by the Purchasing Office as a "local" business.  Once fully registered, SLBE firms are eligible for preferences in County procurement subject to the SLBE Program. 

To learn more, including how to register, contact Lucinia Mundy.

SLBE application
SLBE checklist for businesses
SLBE directory

Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Program
The MBE Program was established by the Charles County Commissioners to encourage minority business participation in the County's procurement process. The Program has an aspirational MBE participation goal of 25%. The County conducts its own MBE registration, and recognizes MBE certification by the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), and Federal 8-A certification. Information concerning the Charles County Program and County registration process may be obtained from Lucinia Mundy.
MBE application
MBE checklist for businesses

MBE directory

 

Views from Charles

Meet the EDD: Jennifer Reginald

Published: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

n our blog series, “Meet the EDD,” we regularly profile a member of our team. Through our interviews, we hope you get to know the hardworking members of our staff, who are dedicated to the economic vitality of Charles County. Learn more about our Marketing Coordinator, Jennifer Reginald. 

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Lucinia Mundy
Outreach Administrator 

Charles County EDD
10665 Stanhaven Place

Suite 206

White Plains, MD 20695

Phone:  301-885-1340, x2202

MundyL@MeetCharlesCounty.com

“We are proud to be a key part of Charles County’s future and we heartily encourage other, cutting-edge companies to join us.”

Doug Egan
Chief Executive Officer
Competitive Power Ventures

“Charles County’s strategic location in the DC Metro region affords us networking and business opportunities with some of the top names in our industry."

George Nash
Director of Business Development
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