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Executive Committee MeetiBook

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8828 N. Stemmons Freeway, Suite 550 | Dallas, Texas 75247
www.dfwmsdc.com | [email protected]

The mission of Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council (D/FW MSDC) is
to encourage and facilitate procurement and business opportunities between Buying
Entities and Certified Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs).

D/FW MSDC
Executive Committee

Meeting

June 19th, 2020
Time: 7:30 a.m.

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6/19/2020 7:30 AM | D/FW MSDC |JUNE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Bonnie Clinton*| Margo Posey* |Kallie Malmgren* | Rob Simpson* | Monica Menzel * | Eric Imrie* | Betty Manetta*|
Terri Quinton*| Don McNeely* |

CONFERENCE CALL- CALL IN NUMBER: (916) 235-1420 ACCESS CODE: 556773 #

Call to Order Bonnie

Chair’s Remark’s Monica
Eric and James
May Minutes Betty
Margo
May Financials

MBEIC

Council Update
1. ACCESS 2020
2. MBDA
3. NMSDC

8828 N. Stemmons Freeway *Suite 550 * Dallas, TX 75247* Phone: (214) 630-0747*Fax: 214-637-2241*www.dfwmsdc.com

May 15, 2020

In Attendance PRESENT/ PHONE/ ABSENT

Margo J. Posey Don McKneely James Estes
Rob Simpson Terri Quinton Kallie Malmgren
Eric Imrie Monica Menzel
Betty Manetta Bonnie Clinton

LOCATION/TIME

• Meeting was via video/audio call. The start time was 7:32. Some companies will not allow Zoom so many dialed in
via audio only

OPENING

• Ms. Bonnie Clinton welcomed the attendees. Bonnie said this is Week 11 for her working from home. Discuss
Access at next week board meeting dedicate significant time to discuss Access. If you have other topics please
submit to Margo.

MINUTES

• Bonnie asked to accept minutes with correction to year. Betty Manetta made a motion to accept meeting minutes and
Ms. Kallie Malmgren seconded. Motion carried.

FINANCIALS

• Mr. James Estes reviewed the financials. Mr. Estes informed the Board that the revenue for the YTD period ending
April 30 $295K against a budget of 183K. The Expenses actuals were $299K favorable by $68.9K

• No further forecast changes were recommended

• Renewals were running really good

• MBE’s a little behind on renewals. Margo has fielded about 15 calls from members that had expired

• Certification new will have a slight increase. Subscription renewals had several calls of getting renewals. Subscribers
new for D/FW has been difficult

• Margo discussed Corp membership and very difficult to obtain commitment and renewals still lags behind.

• D/FW will not have an exhibit at National

• Bonnie questioned the lease renegotiation. As of last week the person that negotiated the existing lease, was unable
to reach landlord and had difficulty tracking him down.

• Received MBDA draw down in May. We have PPP and EIDL will be tracked as a liability for now.

• Relative to Special Events QBL we probably will be pushing out or do it virtually. Access has been pushed out to July
but I think we will be doing something virtual. We are working with State Agencies and on the Corporate side, we will
be going to our partners that paid already and hope to expand and discuss at next Board Meeting. Good news is that
we will not have the high expenses for events. Irving Convention Center has been pushed out to August but can’t go
beyond that because State Agencies can’t do anything after August. So Access was brought down to $68K. Will have
more info for next Board.

• Bonnie would like to have a strong ROI for corporate sponsors for virtual trade show. Need to bring ideas to the full
board and we need good solid planning to have a virtual trade show. Margo asked Bonnie to send something to the
full board so that board members are prepared to discuss and bring ideas. Margo asked if anyone sponsored, she
would like to see how much and what the company got for sponsorship. Betty did attend a virtual trade show and was
a sponsor so Betty will provide Margo a copy of what she sponsored. And because Zoom fatigue we really need to
have a solid ROI to share with board and potential sponsors. Terri suggested that now we can reach out to MBE’s that
typically don’t come because they are in other States, more participation now from other MBEs. Margo suggested to
attract more people now is the time to have more industry focused and buying entities may be more inclined to
participate.

• Don McKneely made a motion to accept financials and Rob Simpson seconded. Motion carried.
• The Covid scenarios were shared again, and discussion took place around continuing to share and update the board

on any changes or decisions.

CONSENT AGENDA/REPORTS

• MBEIC: Betty Manetta reviewed May 2020 report. Virtual Happy Hour – Blue Ocean Thinking and feedback from
MBE’s on three questions is included in the report.

2020 COUNCIL PRESIDENT’S REPORT

• MBDA. 5th and final year of Grant Year. This year will end March 31, 2021. Don’t know if there will be an extension
and retain grant. The good news is that we did well enough and there are 47 centers around the country and only 23
or 24 centers were invited to participate in a CARES act. D/FW MSDC was invited and we submitted last week. Grant
is for $259K it appears we will get the grant. They came back and requested additional information. Need a full-time
Project Director and cannot use MBDA staff or any existing D/FW MSDC staff. This will commence on June 1, 2020.
In the CARES act funding it will be small MWBE’s so we need to invite other small businesses, not just MBE. When
we receive the announcement I will share with the board. We’re also looking at other small grants for additional revenue
streams.

• NMSDC. Decreased amount of monthly allocation. NMSDC came out with a Leadership Series. In June there will be
a CPO summit. We have 13 corporate HQ’s in the Dallas area. So we are looking to engage more CPO’s from our
region. Margo has not seen agenda and has requested to ensure we have good content.

• We continue to push virtual series. We have three CIMA series. They have been able to help our technology
requirements.

• Council started pre-certification series where Edwin helps members to complete their cert with ease. Series occurs
every Thursday at 1 pm and events are available on website for anyone interested in hearing past events.

• Council has also pushed out survey on PPP and EIDL and had great results. Other organizations have taken our survey
and they too are sending out to their members.

CLOSING REMARKS

• Meeting adjourned at 8:26 a.m.

Page 2

CPO Summit
Overview

PRECORDED Interviews
Live Q&A/Chat
To be presented: August 5th @ 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Invited Panelists:

1. Facilitator: David Sanchez, Vice President, Global Procurement -North America Foods -
PepsiCo

2. Rob Simpson, Vice President, Worldwide Procurement & Logistics - Texas Instruments
3. Rachel Kutz – Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, Global Supply Chain - AT&T
4. Pamela Bryant, Sr. Vice President, Supply Chain Management - Parkland

Proposed Questions:

1. How has the current environment impacted your supply chain?
2. Do you see Supply Chain Diversity having a greater visibility at the

executive/board/investor level?
3. How do you highlight the value of supply chain at the CFO level as a net contributor

to the financial performance?
4. How do you feel emergent purchasing practices will ultimately impact the supply

chain strategy?
5. How are you “strategically” forecasting needs in the next 12/24 months in a

pandemic prone and socially inequitable environment?
6. How do you view the future onshoring or do you?
7. How do you anticipate “Panic” buying will affect your supply chain?

DFW Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc
Statement of Revenue and Expenses

For the Five Months Period Ended May 31, 2020

VARIANCE 2020 2019
TO
ACTUAL BUDGET NUMBER NUMBER
BUDGET
FAV/(UNFAV)

REVENUE: 3,750 - 3,750 17 28
Corporate Memberships - New 46,500 45,000 1,500 11 10
Corporate Memberships- Renewal (1,692)
Interest Income 599 2,291 51,947
NMSDC National Dues 106,112 54,165 49,679
NMSDC National Performance BONUS 18,560
MBE Certification Fees-Renewals-Local 49,679 -
MBE Certification Fees-New-Local 113,060 94,500 885
MBE Out of Region Subscriber Fees-Renewal 29,500 730
MBE Out of Region Subscriber Fees-New 30,385
Expedite Fees 7,530 6,800 50
Education Scholarship 4,550 4,500 -
Donation 1,050 1,050 -
Uncategorized -
8,162 237,806
TOTAL REVENUE 371,377 8,162
133,571
EXPENSES:
NMSDC Functions 2,281 4,000 1,719 (1)
Software Maintenance 7,500 15,000 7,500
Training 1,500
Office Expense - 1,500 2,859
Telecommunication 35,473 38,332 1,768
Catering Service
MBDA Office Catering 5,899 7,667 527
Board Installation 2,388 2,915 665
Credit Card Processing 1,250 (4,160)
Cartage/Delivery 585 3,000 631
Outsourcing 7,160 5,835
Lease-Office Space 5,204 -
Lease-Equipment/Other - -
Education Scholarship - 25,000 -
Insurance/Taxes 25,000 32,145 2,042
Professional Fees 32,145 11,834 -
Temporary Services (122)
Salary 9,792 - 832
COVID-19 Reduction - 3,500 3,546
31,250 22,481
TOTAL EXPENSES 3,622 8,333
30,418 226,665 41,788
NET YEAR END REVENUE/(LOSS)
4,787 418,226 219,828
TOTAL SPECIAL EVENTS REVENUE/(LOSS) 204,184
(44,469) (180,420) (38,609)
TOTAL YEAR END NET REVENUE/(LOSS) 331,969
181,219
39,408

72,891 111,500

112,299 (68,920)

(1) Paid venue with required minimums vs 2019
DFW Airport donated space and 50% reduction
by MBE catering

JEstes
6/17/2020

8:40 AM

DFW Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc
Statement of Prior Year Revenue and Expenses
For the Five Months Period Ended May 31, 2020

ACTUAL BUDGET VARIANCE
TO

BUDGET
FAV/(UNFAV)

TOTAL CURRENT YEAR NET REVENUE/(LOSS) 112,299 (68,920) 181,219

PRIOR YEAR PAYMENTS

Prior Year Revenue 25,661 - 25,661
Prior Year Expense 9,655 - 9,655

-

TOTAL PRIOR YEAR INCOME/(LOSS) 16,006 - 16,006

TOTAL NET REVENUE 128,305 (68,920) 197,225

Notes:

JEstes
6/17/2020

8:40 AM

DFW Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc
Statement of Revenue and Expenses
Full Year Projection
As of May 31, 2020

ACTUAL FULL YEAR 2020 VARIANCE 2019
YTD FORECAST APPROVED BUDGET ACTUAL

May 31, 2020 15,000 BUDGET TO AS
100,000 FORECAST 12/31/2019
3,750 30,000 FAV/(UNFAV)
46,500 2,012 199,647
REVENUE: 133,000 (15,000) (1) 22,250
Corporate Memberships - New 599 5,500 (99,647) (2) 141,750
Corporate Memberships- Renewal 106,112 49,679 130,000
Interest Income 244,500 (3,488) 4,762
NMSDC National Dues 49,679 - 3,000 163,004
NMSDC National Performance BONUS 113,060 55,000 260,525 49,679
MBE Certification Fees - Renewal-Local 24,000 (16,025) 45,804
MBE Certification Fees - New-Local 30,385 53,000 2,000 236,300
MBE Subscriber Fees-Renewal 7,530 7,500 24,000
MBE Subscriber Fees-New 4,550 - - 46,952
Education Scholarship 7,500 - 21,150
Expedite Fees 1,050 3,000 - - 16,250
Uncategorized 8,162 (1,500)
371,377 633,691 4,500 5,950
TOTAL REVENUE (80,981) 4,343
714,672 708,515

EXPENSES 2,281 10,000 30,000 20,000 (3) 24,230
NMSDC Functions 2,046
7,500 15,000 15,000 - (3) 120
NMSDC Town Hall 500 1,500 1,000
Marketing 35,473 19,000 (3) 15,000
Software Maintenance 5,899 66,000 85,000 2,000 (3) 0
Training 2,388 16,000 18,000 3,000 (4)
Office Expense 585 2,000 85,747
Telecommunication 7,160 4,000 7,000 (4,100) 11,177
Catering Service 5,204 1,000 3,000 (1,000)
MBDA Office Catering 0 7,100 3,000 7,080
Board Installation 15,000 14,000 - 3,817
Credit Card Processing 25,000 - 3,107
Cartage/Delivery 32,145 200 200 - 12,665
Outsourcing 60,000 60,000 -
Lease-Office Space 9,792 78,821 78,821 25,000 0
Lease-Equipment/Other 26,000 26,000 - 57,500
Education Scholarship 3,622 25,000 - 77,148
Insurance/Taxes 30,418 - 16,000 2,000 20,634
Professional Fees 16,000 75,000 -
Temporary Services 4,787 75,000 20,000 0
Salary 204,184 18,000 544,000 12,557
COVID-19 Reduction (44,469) 544,000 71,889
331,969 1,021,521 20,029
TOTAL EXPENSES 952,621 527,293
39,408 (306,849)
NET CURRENT YEAR REVENUE/(LOSS) (318,930) 68,900 952,039

(12,081) (243,524)

TOTAL SPECIAL EVENTS REVENUE/(LOSS) 72,891 232,491 306,849 (74,358) (5) 313,763
TOTAL CURRENT YEAR NET REVENUE/(LOSS) 112,299 (86,439) - (86,439) 70,239

PRIOR YEAR PAYMENTS 25,661 - - - 35,555
Prior Year Revenue 9,655 - - 16,970
Prior Year Expense
16,006 - 18,585
TOTAL PRIOR YEAR REVENUE/(LOSS)

TOTAL NET REVENUE 128,305 (86,439) - (86,439) 88,824

Notes:
(1) 2020 Budget was miscalculated based on incorrect data 2018-2019 actual projections..
(2) 2020 Budget was calculated based on initial projections from NMSDC. NMSDC updated (3rd time since our original budget) May 1, 2020 to current projections
(3) 2020 COVID-19 Issues Requires Organization to Further Manage Expenses.

(4) Paid venue with required minimums vs 2019 DFW Airport donated space and 65% catering reduction due to ulitizing DFW MSDC MBE Caterer.
(5) Current YTD Special Events Forecast Primary Budget Reduction of ACCESS by $67,000.

JEstes
6/17/2020

8:40 AM

DFW Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc
Statement of Special Event Funds
05/31/20

For the Five Months Period Ended May 31, 2020 Awards Banquet Golf & Tennis Hard Hat Annual MBEIC QUARTERLY BTTBU BTTBU ACCESS Top Golf Total MBDA (4/1/2020-
Classic Meeting BUYERS Breakfast Scholarship 0.00 04/30/2020
2020 FORECAST 0.00
2020 ORIGINAL BUDGET LUNCHEON
Funds Received -
Event fees 80,000.00 8,000.00 62,071.00 0.00 1,135.00 6,785.00 1500.00 5,000.00 68,000.00 - 232,491.00
Grants 115,849.00 12,000.00 - (500.00) (6,000.00) (1500.00) 0 135,000.00 -
Discount Packages 52,000.00 - 635.00 306,849.00
Accounts Receivable 785.00 - 5,000.00 4,400.00 -
65,055.00 75,875.00 65,000.00
Total funds received -- - 635.00 785.00 - 5,000.00 4,400.00 -
Disbursements 12,050.00 -
Event expense 9,570.00 12,050.00
9,570.00 65,000.00
Total disbursements 86,675.00 - 41,923.81
Excess Funds Over 24,604.00
97,495.00 --
Disbursements - - 24,604.00 - - -- -- 24,604.00 41,923.81
YTD Budget
YTD Favorable (Unfavorable) 2020 --
24,604.00
YTD Actual 2019
- - 62,071.00 - 635.00 785.00 - 5,000.00 4,400.00 72,891.00 23,076.19

- - 62,071.00 635.00 785.00 - 4,400.00 -
143,985.00 12,058.00 412.00 (15,920.00) (4,772.00) (2,149.00)
51,815.00 (4,037.00) 0.00 128,921.00

JEstes
6/17/2020

8:40 AM

DFW Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc
Balance Sheet
at May 31, 2020

As of As of As of
5/31/2020 12/31/2019 12/31/2018

ASSETS 25,845
109,772
CURRENT: 25,845 25,845
CASH-SPECIAL-BANK OF TEXAS 0 0 (454)
INVESTMENT/BANK OF TEXAS 410,803
CASH-OPERATING-BANK OF TEXAS 2,434 86,028 202,231
CASH-SWEEP-BANK OF TEXAS 799,109 435,397
CASH-COMERICA BANK MONEY MARKET 202,635 202,508 24,525
CASH-COMERICA BANK CHECKING 154,434
CASH-VERITEX FORMERLY GREEN BANK MONEY MARKET 24,525 24,525
CASH -REGIONS BANK 156,290 156,068 53,197
INVESTMENT-REGIONS BANK 81,408
CASH-CHASE CHECKING 53,197 53,197 71,982
CASH-CHASE CHECKING II 81,408 81,408 12,541
CASH-PLAINSCAPITAL BANK MONEY MARKET 71,871 71,868 77,209
CASH-CAPITALONE-CHECKING 12,541 12,541
CASH-CAPITALONE-SAVING 27,404 27,347 -
INVESTMENT-CAPITALONE CD 43,992 -
INVESTMENT-PLAINSCAPITAL BANK 5,694 50,235
PETTY CASH 50,611 100,000 -
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE-MBDA 100,000 150
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE 0 15,931
0 150 70,450
DEPOSIT-2016 BTTBU BREAKFAST 150 11,197 1,310,024
DEPOSIT-2020 HARD HAT 37,550
DEPOSIT-2020 GOLF AND TENNIS 0 1,419,856 -
DEPOSIT 2020 ACCESS 12,060 -
DEPOSIT-2019 TOP GOLF (APRIL AND AUGUST) 1,625,774 - -
DEPOSIT-2019 HARD HAT 9,075 1,000
PREPAID EXPENSES-TOWER CLUB 2,673 2,673 7,811
PREPAID EXPENSES-2020 AWARDS 11,625 7,284
0
3,906 3,906 -
0
0 0 1,318,835

8,100 2,833 48,796
-
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 1,652,078 1,438,343 -
48,796 48,796 -
FIXED ASSETS: -
SOFTWARE-CSC 65,810 65,810
EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE PRE-1991 68,058 68,058 65,812
EQUIPMENT & FURNITURE -1999 36,561
EQUIPMENT, FURNITURE, & FIXTURE-POST 1999 (78,429) (78,429)
FURNITURE & FIXTURES 2011 104,235 104,235 -
FURNITURE & FIXTURES (66,797)
EQUIPMENT & COMPUTERS 1,756,313 1,542,578 84,372
COMPUTER EQUIPMENT 2014
LESS: ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 1,403,207

TOTAL ASSETS 226,818
62,404
LIABLITIES & FUND BALANCE 0
0
LIABILITIES 516,266 373,355
33,502 56,813 1,138,100
PREPAID FEES/DUES 66,500 0 (24,115)
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 5,000 0
NOTES PAYABLE-COVID-19 PPP ($66,500) 1,403,207
NOTES PAYABLE-SBA EIDL ADVANCE 1,006,740 1,013,335
FUND BALANCE: 128,305 99,075 1,403,207

BEGINNING FUND BALANCE 1,756,313 1,542,578
NET REVENUE/(LOSS)
1,756,313 1,542,578
TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCE

Footnotes:

James Earl Estes
Date

8:40 AM]

Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc
List of Financial Institutions
2020

5/31/2020 MATURITY DATE CD/ACCT # APY

CASH-SPECIAL-BANK OF TEXAS 25,845
CASH-OPERATING-BANK OF TEXAS
CASH-SWEEP-BANK OF TEXAS 2,434

CASH-COMERICA BANK MONEY MARKET 799,109
CASH-COMERICA BANK CHECKING
INVESTMENT-COMERICA BANK 827,388

CASH-CHASE CHECKING 202,635
CASH-CHASE CHECKING II
24,525
INVESTMENT/REGIONS BANK
CASH-BUSINESS MONEY MARKET -
CASH -REGIONS BANK
227,160
CASH-PLAINSCAPITAL BANK MONEY MARKET
71,871
CASH-GREEN BANK MONEY MARKET
12,541
CASH -CAPITALONE CHECKING
CASH-CAPITALONE SAVINGS 84,412
INVESTMENT/CAPITALONE CD
50,241

31,167

53,197

134,605

27,404

27,404

156,290

156,290

5,694

50,611 ONGOING 8286858859 2.20%
1248189961 1.98%
100,000 12/13/2020

156,305

1,613,564

j estes
6/17/2020

8:40 AM

Dallas/Fort Worth Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc
Receivables Average DOS Report
2020

Name Amount 1-30 2020 61-90 91-120 121-Over
2019 ACCESS 1,050.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,050.00
2019 E AWARDS 1,440.00 0.00 31-60 0.00 0.00 1,440.00
2020 HARD HAT 9,570.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
12,060.00 0.00 0.00 9,570.00 0.00 2,490.00
0.00 9,570.00
0.00



























Revenue

COMPANY Class Expire Date CEOPRES TITLE TELEPHONE1 E-MAIL
5/31/2020 Twyla Garrett Principal 410-365-8798 [email protected]
Growth Management Services, Inc. (SUB) Class 1 5/31/2020 Brenda Chavez President/CEO 281-493-3900 [email protected]
5/31/2020 Don Kim President 310-703-3422 [email protected]
Chavez Service Companies, Inc. (SUB) Class 1 5/31/2020 Winfred Tubbs President 972-880-0198 [email protected]
5/31/2020 Fawaz Nayeem CEO 817-937-2033 [email protected]
D&E Transport, Inc. Class 1 5/31/2020 Milind Borkar CEO 972-567-2027 [email protected]
5/31/2020 Rayfield Maxie Owner 972-365-3278 [email protected]
TW Oil Field Services, LLC Class 1 5/31/2020 Johnny Lynch President/CEO 972-408-6283 [email protected]
5/31/2020 Owen Cole CEO 817-798-6654 [email protected]
AbsolVet, LLC Class 1 4/30/2020 Roslena Johnson CEO 214-682-1909 [email protected]
4/30/2020 Venugopal Reddy President/CEO 212-203-3302 [email protected]
Illuma Labs, Inc. Class 1 4/30/2020 Andrew Green CEO 469-667-6546 [email protected]
4/30/2020 Jesse Ramos Co-Owner 214-695-2473 [email protected]
Discount Air Conditioning and Heating Class 1 4/30/2020 Michael Walker CEO 214-455-4770 [email protected]
4/30/2020 Toni Washington President 214-236-3464 [email protected]
Texas Healthcare Staffing, Inc. Class 1 4/30/2020 Tejas Kamdar President 214-425-0697 [email protected]
4/30/2020 Uchechi Okoro President 817-262-0371 [email protected]
Juicehead Media, LLC Class 1 4/30/2020 Marco Canales President 678-923-9410 [email protected]
3/31/2020 David Johnson CEO 202-238-0222 [email protected]
Sweetsie Rolls, Inc. dba Sweetsie Bakery & Café Class 1 3/31/2020 Jovan Chapman CEO 240-938-1530 [email protected]
3/31/2020 Angela Murphy Managing Member 972-489-1823 [email protected]
Frisco Business Solutions Group, Inc. Class 1 3/31/2020 Stephanie Mills Managing Member 904-608-8760 [email protected]
3/31/2020 Rudolph Perez President 214-957-0106 [email protected]
KRG & Associates, LLC Class 1 3/31/2020 Henry Yiu President 214-417-9826 [email protected]
3/31/2020 Erik A Rodas Member 214-257-6849 [email protected]
TJ's Professional Painting and Construction Class 1 3/5/2020 Pamela Mobley President/CEO 501-791-9234 [email protected]
2/28/2020 Tim Kennedy President 415-908-3651 [email protected]
Trainers Over Texas, Inc. Class 1 2/28/2020 Tammie Long President 469-556-7266 [email protected]
2/28/2020 Douglas Mark Taylor CEO 214-418-8143 [email protected]
Independent Insurance Staffing Services, LLC Class 1 2/28/2020 Daniel Vargas CEO 214-870-2827 [email protected]
2/28/2020 Pamela Ervin-Davis President 972-510-8450 [email protected]
AnnKay Solutions LLC dba Ann Kay Solutions Class 1 2/28/2020 Jane Hamilton President 202-487-4929 [email protected]
2/28/2020 Darlena Outsey CEO 469-269-9338 [email protected]
Makcon Green Corporation Class 1 2/28/2020 Reger Dale Dowell President/CEO 214-763-0037 [email protected]
2/1/2020 Gilda Rosenberg President & CEO 305-924-8058 [email protected]
Laser Bridge Media Class 1 1/31/2020 Ray Hodges Owner 214-810-5881 [email protected]
1/31/2020 Patrease Livingston Owner 469-988-4022 [email protected]
Concise, Inc. dba CNS Concise Network Solutions (SUB) Class 1 1/31/2020 Candace Williams Owner 214-850-9824 [email protected]
1/31/2020 Alma J. Coleman Executive Partner 972-618-8837 [email protected]
Clinovators, LLC Class 1 1/31/2020 Robert Silva President 972-407-9444 [email protected]
5/31/2020 Derrick King, Jr. President 630-423-7500 [email protected]
First Stop Background Screening, LLC Class 1 5/31/2020 Reshma Moorthy President & CEO 302-225-2530 [email protected]
5/31/2020 R. David Kelly CEO 972-663-3610 [email protected]
Imperial Power Group LLC dba Imperial Choice Notary Class 1 5/31/2020 Psychelia Terry Owner 214-995-0617 [email protected]
5/31/2020 Joe Temple President 817-454-5371 [email protected]
RDP & Associates, Inc. Class 1 5/31/2020 Wilfredo Curet-Leon President 325-320-8195 [email protected]
5/31/2020 Renee Dutia President 214-533-6377 [email protected]
Pacific Dynasty International Group, Inc. Class 1

RBTS, LLC Class 1

The RSI Group, LLC (SUB) Class 1

Union Service Company, Inc. (SUB) Class 1

Arthur Chell Paint and Building Supplies, LLC Class 1

Taylormark, LLC Class 1

Dallas Urban Consulting, LLC Class 1

Nervi' Class 1

The Hamilton Consulting Group LLC dba HCG Solutions Class 1

SimiDigi, Inc. Class 1

R. Dale Dowell, CPA, PC Class 1

Gilly Ent Inc dba Gilly Vending Inc. (SUB) Class 1

Ray Hodges Financial Group Class 1

Amazing Star Homes, LLC Class 1

Deliverance Construction, Inc. Class 1

A & J Associates Class 1

Silva, Feliciano & Company, PLLC Class 1

KH Security, Inc. (SUB) Class 2

Frontier Technologies, Inc. (SUB) Class 2

ATX Sanford & Son Electric LLC dba Sanford Electrical Services Class 2

UI Global Brands, LLC Class 2

RG Apparel Company Class 2

High Tech Drywall, LLC Class 2

Regali, Inc. Class 2

Global Parking Systems, LLC (SUB) Class 2 5/26/2020 Ronald Burns President/CEO 504-246-1668 [email protected]
817-368-3401 [email protected]
WDP Construction Group, Inc. Class 2 4/30/2020 Reggie Wilson President/CEO 214-392-1432 [email protected]
903-520-3930 [email protected]
American Information Technology Corp. Class 2 4/30/2020 Ramki Chebrolu President 972-571-0308 [email protected]
214-354-6406 [email protected]
Daigle Automation, Inc. Class 2 4/30/2020 Eric Daigle President 817-377-3500 al[email protected]
619-527-1668 [email protected]
SDiLogic, Inc. Class 2 4/30/2020 Suresh Vuluvala President & CEO 817-792-3497 [email protected]
404-580-1665 [email protected]
CRC Group, Inc. Class 2 4/30/2020 Patricia Rodriguez-Christian President/CEO 817-999-3962 [email protected]
972-948-1816 [email protected]
Adair Visual Inc. dba Adair Eyewear Class 2 2/28/2020 Alyce Jones President/CEO 312-690-4205 [email protected]
847-380-4180 [email protected]
Black IPO (SUB) Class 2 1/31/2020 Wendell Stemley President 818-246-1143 [email protected]
210-651-5002 [email protected]
Kimmel Enterprises Inc. dba CD Enterprises Class 2 1/31/2020 Carlos P. Lopez President 210-978-0875 [email protected]
214-260-3535 [email protected]
Linkpro Technologies, Inc. Class 2 1/31/2020 Shajahan Shaik President 847-331-4748 [email protected]
412-246-0708 [email protected]
Sterling Initiatives, LLC Class 2 1/31/2020 Jeffrey Sterling President & CEO 918-828-3500 [email protected]
734-961-3200 [email protected]
Integhearty Ambulance Services, LLC Class 2 1/31/2020 Vreitta Smith President 817-649-2500 [email protected]
972-385-7555 [email protected]
Griggs Mitchell & Alma of IL, LLC dba GMA Construction Group Class 3 5/31/2020 Cornelius Griggs President 214-956-8277 [email protected]
225-869-6018 [email protected]
AmeriCloud Solutions, Inc. (SUB) Class 3 5/31/2020 Saleem Waheed CEO 214-914-5761 [email protected]
214-383-6646 [email protected]
Trinus Corporation (SUB) Class 3 5/1/2020 Harshada Kucheria President 248-786-2500 [email protected]
510-428-4723 [email protected]
Gomez Floor Covering, Inc. dba GFC (SUB) Class 3 5/1/2020 Linda Gomez-Whitener President 919-510-9696 [email protected]
310-378-6666 [email protected]
Human Capital International LLC dba Integrated Human Capita Class 3 5/1/2020 Rosa Santana CEO

Reyes Group, Ltd. (SUB) Class 3 4/30/2020 Marcos Reyes President

RTM Engineering Consultants, LLC (SUB) Class 3 4/30/2020 Tarun Mirchandani CEO

Cogent Infotech Corporation (SUB) Class 3 4/30/2020 Manu Mehta President

Appro, Inc. (SUB) Class 3 4/6/2020 Wan Ho Shin President

Jacobsen/Daniels Associates, LLC (SUB) Class 3 4/1/2020 Darryl Daniels President

A.F. Technologies, Inc. Class 3 1/31/2020 Faisal Akhtar President

Kim International Mfg, L.P. Class 3 1/31/2020 C. Mike Kim President

Metro Battery Distributors LLC dba Metroplex Battery Class 3 1/31/2020 Vina Patel CEO

Hammerman & Gainer (SUB) Class 3 1/30/2020 Larry Oney President

Dien, Inc. Class 4 5/31/2020 Dien Stout Clarke Owner

CVE Technology Group, Inc. dba Creative Wireless Solution Class 4 4/30/2020 Edward Cho CEO

Ciber Global, LLC (SUB) Class 4 4/1/2020 Madhava Reddy President/CEO

E2 Consulting Engineers, Inc. (SUB) Class 4 3/31/2020 Hersh Saluja CEO

Alliance of Professionals & Consultants, Inc. dba APC (SUB) Class 4 2/28/2020 Troy Roberts President & CEO

RJT Compuquest, Inc. dba Apolis (SUB) Class 4 1/1/2020 Amarjit Shokeen President

Class 1= 40=51
Class 2= 19=24
Class 3= 14=17
Class 4= 6=8
Total 79

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The Inclusive Supply Chain Working Group (ISCWG)’s Monthly Review and Planning Session was
held on Monday, June 8, 2020 via Zoom Video Conference. The meeting begin at 9:10AM CDT
and ended at approximately 10:00 AM CDT.

I. Review Phase

A. Call to Order

The meeting was called to order at 9:10 AM by MBE Co-Chair Clifton Miller. The following
members were in attendance:

Name Company Capacity Role

Margo Posey DFW MSDC Staff DFW MSDC
CEO/President
Clifton Miller Cemetrics MBE MBE Co-
Chair/Board
Mary Gano Vistra Energy BE Member
Heather Wright Vistra Energy BE
Heather Ramsey AT&T BE New Member
Luis Barbero Universal Display MBE
Eric Bates Rose International MBE
Richard Flemings State Tax Group MBE
Betty Manetta Argent/Associar MBE
Brad Woodson Texas Instruments BE
Shaizad Shroff Sealink International Inc MBE

Darcel Webb DCCDC BE DFW MSDC
Nicole Reeves DFW MSDC Staff
Liaison

* Buying Entity (BE)/ MBE Supplier (MBE)

1. Review of May 12, 2020 Minutes
2. Review of Meeting Agenda

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B. Chairs’ Opening Remarks - Reality Check 2.0

Buying Entity Jeni Rajbhandari previously advised of calendar conflicts making her unavailable.

MBE Buying Co-Chair Clifton Miller: Based on what I consider to be practical considerations
documented in Agenda Item 5 Planning, I recommend that the ISCWG’s focus from now to August
7, 2020 be on actively supporting the planning implementation and close out resource
requirements for the Virtual ACCESS 2020.

The Working Group reviewed the Recommendations of the MBE Chair set forth in the
Agenda as follows:

MBE Chair’s Rationale
The following content is intended to deliver a cogent rationale supporting my Opening
Remarks recommending ISCWG’s focus on supporting the planning and
implementation resource requirements for the Virtual ACCESS 2020.

Situation Assessment

Background
As with previous ACCESS events, the demand for volunteers to manage pre-event and
day of show requirements remain high in this virtual mode. Examples include but are
not limited to:
• Sponsorship
• Pre-event, Day of Show and Post Event social media outreach
• Technology assessment and support
• Registration (Pre Access and Day of Show
• Programming content, speakers support (ACCESS 2020 requires Chat Room

support for many Events/Sessions)

Current Reality Factors
1. Continuing disruptions in the previously “as was” operating environment for Buying
Entities and MBEs alike reduces both the opportunity and likelihood of participation in
ISCWG events.

2. Increasing competition for attention and “mind share” with traditional audiences for
ISCWG programing.

3. Critically short planning window for the first ever Virtual ACCESS.

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4. Critical importance of a Virtual ACCESS 2020 that maintains/enhances the Council’s
Brand and financial performance.

Conclusion

The development and delivery of high value Programming with appeal to multiple
stakeholder populations with the region, state and nationally (impacting Registration
revenues) requires a significant resource investment within the critically short planning
window. However, “many hands make the work light”.
Consequently, I am, respectfully proposing that the:
(1) resources of the ISCWG be re-directed to the planning and implementation of

Virtual ACCESS 2020.

(2) outcomes/feedback from Virtual ACCESS 2020’s programming will provide
guidance for ISCWG’s program planning and deliverables for the balance of 32020
and 2021.

C. President Remarks

Margo Posey:

• With such a short window of time to provide valuable deliverables and the challenges
of sponsorship, I agree with deterring the efforts of the Inclusive Supply Chain Working
Group to focus on planning and executing ACCESS 2020.

• Heather, Andrew and I have been on several calls and demonstrations with Virtual
Event platform Providers and are coming closer to making a decision.

• The current dates are August 3rd -5th. However, one Virtual platform provider suggested
that we consider extending the event over a longer period of time to accommodate for
fatigue and increase likelihood of more participation. I will follow through and provide
an update once anything is decided.

• I do believe that the work of the Inclusive Supply Chain Working Group is important
and still would like to have strong deliverables for the balance of the year.

• Although we are shifting gears to Access 2020 planning, ISCWG should still move
forward with September Quarterly event. We can start planning in August.

Action Item: There was a consensus in consideration of the MBE Chair’s recommendations and

President’s Remarks. All ISCWG members present unanimously decided to take the

recommendations of the Co-Chair and direct the activities of ISCWG to the ACCESS 2020

Planning Committee.

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II. Planning Phase

A. ACCESS 2020

Co-Chair Miller requested Access 2020 Planning Committee Co-Chairs to update the Inclusive
Supply Chain Working Group on the Planning Committee’s progress.

Discussion

• Heather Wright provided an overview of ACCESS Planning Committee progress thus
far and next action steps. She stated that identifying the platform and the
subcommittees members’ driving the development of the programing are the most
pressing matters. She stated that the current event dates are August 3-5, 2020,
however reiterated that they are considering extending the dates, i.e. workshops on
separate days than matchmakers to eliminate fatigue. This may impact the Save the
Date until decided upon.

• She advised the group of the reoccurring meeting 2-4 every Tuesday through July
and acknowledged that many ISCWG members were already actively involved on
the Committee and subcommittee/working groups. She further called for anyone
who was not currently participating and had a desire to participate to notify her so
that they may be added to the distribution list, emphasizing that because of the
magnitude of the planning and the short time, we need all hands on deck from
members of ISCWG in the Access Planning

• Mary Gano spoke about the project management of the Access Planning Committee and
that the Subcommittees steering the programming. She stressed the importance of the
work of the subcommittees in developing the workshops and the importance of meeting
deadlines.

• She stated that there are other considerations in the process, including Risk Mitigation
strategies, that she will be addressing as the planning process develops.

• Clifton: Are there any anticipated volunteer needs or considerations? In the regular,
in person event there are opportunities for greeters, registration, etc. However, in a
virtual platform there may be some additional requirements? Ex: Do we need
persons with the skills and abilities to handle chat feeds? Are we looking for a pool
of volunteers or is each facilitator responsible for support requirements?

• Heather: It depends on the technology platform we decide on. However, we will need
people who can support the chat functions, etc.

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• Margo: I believe too much discussion is premature until we decide on platform. We
will provide required updates.

Open Floor for Questions and Comments from the Team. There were no comments.

B. September 2020 QBL

Margo: We are in a different place. ISCWG has done a lot of work and identifying a lot of subjects and
programming for the remainder of the year. From what I recall, many of the topics do not overlap with the
ACCESS programming.

Discussion

Overview of Program of work already identified by ISCWG:

1. Social Media: There was some discussion around this topic. Mary is continuing
conversations and facilitation around the Social Media topic. She and Eric will re-
engage on the topic.

2. Cyber Security: MBEIC is hosting an event on Cyber Security. It is open for attendance by all.

3. Industry 4.0: Clif has been in conversation with Buying Entity members about Industry
4.0 programming.

4. Other Topics:

Betty: What about Supply Chain? The shift in Supply chain and manufacturing, the shift that we
will see

Margo: Some of this discussion will be rolled into CEO/CPO summit, however that is a great
topic that can be expounded on.

Clif: Supply Chain is such a large area to tackle, it would be on the person(s) spearheading it to
narrow down, however that is certainly a topic that all of our stakeholders and MBEs are
interested in.

III. Closing Remarks and Action Items

Round Robin

Margo: Thank you for attending and supporting the Council and the ISCWG

Brad: I will be attending the ACCESS subcommittee meeting Manufacturing

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Heather W.: We will follow up after platform is decided on

Heather R.: My phone was muted as well. At AT&T we’ve participated in or looked at various
platforms. I’d like to give some insight when the platform is decided on.

Richard: As mentioned before, we are in a different day. I’m interested to see how the Virtual
Tradeshow will be executed and offer my support.

Betty: I look forward to Industry 4.0

Luis: Talent acquisition (and retention) is an issue he would like to think more about, especially
as remote work is more of an option.

Shaizad: I had been trying to speak during the entire call, but you all did not hear me. I am
interested in providing some insight on the logistics/supply chain programming.

Darcel: I was unable to speak as well during the meeting as well. However, I will be involved with
the Access 2020 Planning Committee.

Chairs’ Closing Remarks

Clifton Miller: This concludes our meeting. Thank you for your time and we will yield back 30 minutes of your
time.

Summary of Action Items: Inclusive Supply Chain Working Group activities directed to the ACCESS 2020
Planning Committee(s) through August 2020. If any member is interested and not already involved, provide
information to Heather Wright to be added to distribution list.

MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:00 AM.

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MBEIC May 2020 Report

NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION – JUNE 2, 2020
Betty Manetta, MBEIC Chair, represented the MBEIC Executive Committee at the
June Virtual New Member orientation.

MEETINGS:
The MBEIC Leadership Committee had their virtual staff meeting to discuss
upcoming events and review the remainder of the year focusing on MBE needs
captured from past surveys.
The MBEIC Chair met with the Supplier Diversity Professional Working Group
Chair, LaTisha Brandon of Celanese, to discuss the joint meeting held annually
between our MBE’s and the SDPWG. LaTisha and Betty will provide updates once
LaTisha meets with her full working group scheduled for the second week of June.
No other formal program was conducted in May.

UPCOMING MBEIC EVENTS:
June 23 – MBEIC Virtual Lunch and Learn “Protecting your Business from Cyber
Attacks and Fraud Webinar.” Featuring Louann Habenicht, Sr. VP Treasury
Management Services, Affiliated Bank.

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CPO Summit
Overview

PRECORDED Interviews
Live Q&A/Chat
To be presented: August 5th @ 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Invited Panelists:

1. Facilitator: David Sanchez, Vice President, Global Procurement -North America Foods -
PepsiCo

2. Rob Simpson, Vice President, Worldwide Procurement & Logistics - Texas Instruments
3. Rachel Kutz – Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, Global Supply Chain - AT&T
4. Pamela Bryant, Sr. Vice President, Supply Chain Management - Parkland

Proposed Questions:

1. How has the current environment impacted your supply chain?
2. Do you see Supply Chain Diversity having a greater visibility at the

executive/board/investor level?
3. How do you highlight the value of supply chain at the CFO level as a net contributor

to the financial performance?
4. How do you feel emergent purchasing practices will ultimately impact the supply

chain strategy?
5. How are you “strategically” forecasting needs in the next 12/24 months in a

pandemic prone and socially inequitable environment?
6. How do you view the future onshoring or do you?
7. How do you anticipate “Panic” buying will affect your supply chain?

D/FW MSDC At Work’ Activity Requiring Participation - May 2020

Council Host Certification

1. May 6th, 2020 Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) COVID-19 MBE'S 1. May 5th, 2020 D/FW MSDC Pre-Certification Workshop Webinar..
Impact Survey The Voices of NMSDC MBE'S 2. May 7th, 2020 D/FW MSDC Pre-Certification Workshop-

2. May 6th 2020 Urgent MBE PPP/EIDL Loans Survey.. GoToWebinar.
3. May 11th, 2020 D/FW MSDC Buyers Working Group Discussion - 3. May 14th, 2020 GoToWebinar - D/FW MSDC Pre-Certification

Conference Call. Workshop.

4. May 11th, 2020 Follow-up on D/FW MSDC Capability Statement. 4. May 14th, 2020 Certification Committee Meeting.
5. May 11th, 2020 Inclusive Supply Chain Working Group-Zoom Meeting. 5. May 21st 2020 D/FW MSDC Pre-Certification Workshop Webinar...

6. May 13, 2020 MBDA Business Center & Project Teleconference. 6.

7. May 14th, 2020 MBDA Virtual Business Breakfast!

8. May 19th 2020 MBEIC Conference Call.

9. May 20th, 2020 Webinar Conversation with the President Margo Posey -

May Meeting.

10. May 22nd, 2020 D/FW MSDC Host Webinar How to Spend Your PPP
Funds to Ensure Loan Forgiveness.

Council Meetings Plan Room Acquisition

1. May 5th, 2020 D/FW MSDC New Supplier Orientation Webinar. 1. Plans / Specifications Acquired 116
2. May 11th, 2020 D/FW MSDC Finance Committee Meeting. 2. GC Invitations to Bid Sourced - 65
3. May 19, 2020 D/FW MSDC Access 2020 Call. 3. Procurement Opportunities Non-Construction Related
4. May 20th, 2020 D/FW MSDC Webinar Planning.
5. May 29th, 2020 D/FW MSDC Access 2020 Planning Committee Kick-off- Sourced -25
4. Architectural/Engineering Opportunities Sourced - 3
Zoom Meeting.
6. May 29th, 2020 D/FW MSDC Buying Entity Working Group- Sean Tyson- Oncor. Construction News Development Proposed - 5 –

Council Outreach | Inclusion } Attendance

1. May 1st, 2020 Reminder: Bank of America Scholarship Offer! 42. May 14th, 2020 DART- Business Connections

2. May 1st, 2020 URGENT: Applicants Applying Through Lenders Like 43. May 14th, 2020 NMSDC CPO & Corporate Plus Summits

TruFund. 44. May 14th, 2020 NCTRCA COVID-19 Economic Resource

3. May 1st, 2020 City of Dallas Office of Economic Development: Small Webinar.

Business Rent & Mortgage Relief Programs Online. 45. May 14th, 2020 The (New) Art of Virtual Collaboration.

4. May 4th, 2020 Information About The City of Dallas COVID-19 Relief 46. May 14th, 2020 The Now Black Woman Conference Call

Programs. 47. May 14th, 2020 SBAC Special Call Meeting.

5. May 4th, 2020 Information About The American Institute of Certified 48. May 15th, 2020 Founders First Capital Partners, LLC:

Public Accountants (AICPA) Recommendations PPP Application & Calls/Meeting with Prospective Resource Partners.

Forgiveness Processes. 49. May 15th, 2020 NMSDC Semi-Annual Board Meeting

6. May 4th, 2020 PG&E Strategic Sourcing 4 Part Webinar Series 50. May 15th, 2020 Skanska Connect4 Three Part Web Series for

7. May 5th, 2020 City of Dallas COVID-19 Relief Package. TCCD NW Campus Project.

8. May 5th, 2020 Dallas County Electronic Bidding Platform 51. May 16th, 2020 DFW Airport Capacity Building Program: Doing

Announcement. Business With DFW The Path Forward – Webinar.

9. May 5th, 2020 GoToWebinar - Small Business Roundtable with Speaker 52. May 16th, 2020 The Insperity MasterMind Series Zoom Meetings

Nancy Pelosi. 53. May 19th, 2020 Building A Scalable Business Enterprise

10. May 6th, 2020 CIMA- Webinar Series | Thriving During & After the Workshops

Pandemic. 54. May 19th, 2020 Webinars: Doing Business with DFW Airports |&

11. May 6th, 2020 City of Fort Worth Notice to Certified Minority Business New Employee Tax Credits by IRS & MSDC Workshop.

Enterprise (MBE) Providers in Construction and Construction-Related 55. May 19th, 2020 Updated PPP Loan Forgiveness Application.

Services. 56. May 19th, 2020 SAME Virtual Courses: Pre-Virtual JETC Remote

12. May 6th, 2020 SBA Press Release: Review Procedure for Paycheck Workforce Sessions.

Protection Program Loans 57. May 20th, 2020 CFO Webinar: When Automation Is No Longer a

13. May 6th, 2020 Coffee Break: Small Business Resource Fair-WebEx. Luxury But a Necessity

14. May 6th, 2020 GDHCC Coffee with the CEO Webinar featuring Dallas 58. May 20th, 2020 Invitation: Cybersecurity for Business &

ISD Superintendent, Dr. Michael Hinojosa Supporting Remote Workers

15. May 6th, 2020 Session 4: Crafting Strategy in the Face of Uncertainty. 59. May 21st, 2020 AACATX Webinar: New Employee Tax Credits

16. .May 6th, 2020 Presidents' Call. Every Business Should Know by IRS.

17. May 7th, 2020 Goggle Form Webinar Series | Thriving During & After the 60. May 21st, 2020 Drive Resilience with Software-as-a-Service: Save

Pandemic Cost & Increase Agility.

18. May 7th, 2020 NMSDC COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall: Continuing the 61. May 21st, 2020 Gallagher External Webinar on Cyber Liability.

Conversation with our Nation's Capitol on the Latest Hot Topics-Week 6 62. May 21st, 2020 The Insperity MasterMind Series Zoom Meetings

Attending. allows small and medium-sized business owners and executives

19. May 7th, 2020 SAME Webinar Events Announcing Virtual JETC! to share challenges, opportunities and advice about managing a

Adapting for Today, and Tomorrow! business through the current economic environment.

20. May 7th, 2020 Trending Thursdays Tips - Certification & Dallas ISD 63. May 21st, 2020 NTTA CIP Heavy Highway Construction Workshop

Contracting. Webinar!

21. May 8th, 2020 City of Dallas Small Business Continuity Fund Application. 64. May 21st, 2020 SAME Virtual Events Reality of Remote Work &

22. May 8th, 2020 Program Committee Meeting to review Virtual Leadership Work-Life Balance.

Series. 65. May 21st, 2020 Strategic Imperative 1 - Buying Group Synch.

23. May 8th, 2020 NMSDC New Member Water Cooler Chat Call with Mario 66. May 21st,,& 28th 2020 Veteran Women’s Enterprise Center -
Ramirez (Nokia) and the NMSDC Teleconference. Trending Thursdays Tips.

24. May 9th 2020 Friendly Reminder: Deadline Monday, May 11th City of 67. May 22nd, 2020 National 8(a) Association - Reopening America &
Dallas Small Business Continuity Fund Application. Upcoming Webinars.

25. May 11th, 2020 GoToWebinar - Amazon Small Business Academy 68. May 22nd, 2020 MBDA Subs and Sandwich with Archer Western-
Presents Brand Registry. Webinar.

26. May 11th ,&13th, 2020 NMSDC Network Meeting Q2. 69. May 25th, 2020 SGR The Next Normal Pandemic Resources.
27. May 11th, 2020 NMSDC New Member Call with Michelle Joseph 70. May 27th, 2020 Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small

(Terumo Medical) and NMSDC Leadership-Skype Meeting Businesses Marketing to Your Customers During COVID-19.
28. May 11th, 2020 The University of Washington Foster School of Business 71. May 27th, 2020 City of Fort Worth: Preserve the Fort initiative

- COVID-19 Pivoting to Recovery & Sustainable Growth. Offer s $10 million in Grants to Fort Worth Small Businesses.
29. May 12th, 2020 DFW Airport Financial Forecasting – A Tool for Recovery 72. May 27th, 2020 Lockheed Martin Virtual Matchmaking Event.
73. May 27th, 2020 Go-To-Webinar MBDA and NMSDC Enterprising
& Growth - Webinar.
30. May 12th, 2020 Introduction to IBC Bank-Teleconference. Women of Color Virtual Series.
31. May 12th, 2020 SAME Virtual Event What’s Important to Employers in a 74. May 27th, 2020 Region 6 Virtual Industry Day.
75. May 27th, 2020 Updated invitation: Ways & Benefits of Utilizing an
Remote Workforce.
32. May 13th, 2020 GoToWebinar - Best Practice Supplier Engagement. IT Managed Services Provider.
33. May 13th 2020 CIMA Webinar Tools, Tips, & Tricks for an Effective 76. May 27th, 2020 U.S. Department of Transportation in Your

Remote Workforce. Region-Access to Capital & DBE Certification Updates.
34. May 13th, 2020 Dallas County Update Regarding Safer At Home Order- 77. May 28th, 2020 Addressing Digital Equity in the Era of COVID-19.
78. May 28th, 2020 BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Synergy Live
Teleconference.
35. May 13th 2020 Governor's Small Business Webinar Series. Event.
36. May 13th 2020 Greatness: Selfless Exceptionalism in the Face of 79. May 28th, 2020 HOLD: Technology Demo's-Zoom Meeting.
80. May 28th, 2020 Web seminar: Growing your Business Series:
Uncertainty, Adversity, & Challenge -Teleconference.
37. May 13th, 2020 NCTRCA COVID19 Economic Resource Webinar. Fireside Chat.
38. May 13th, 2020 NMSDC Industry Leaders' Workshop. 81. May 28th, 2020 Strategy Discussion of SBE Director Finalist
39. May 13th, 2020 NMSDC MBE Hackathon.
40. May 14th, 2020 DCCCD Bond Program RFQ Issued Today for CMARs Interview.
82. May 28th, 2020 SIY Speaker Series Webinar#1: Neuroscience
Phase I
41. May 14th, 2020 Dallas County – New BidSync Vendor Registration & Bid Perspectives on Staying Calm and Focused in the Midst of
Chaos.
Response Webinar. .
.

Dallas/Fort Worth MBDA Business Center
8828 Stemmons Freeway, Suite 550
Dallas, Texas 75247
214-920-2436

Dallas/Fort Worth MBDA Business Center Report through
Q1 June 15, 2020

YTD Results/Activities: Year 5 – (1st Quarter) (3rd month)

Goal Name Actual Goals Work in Progress Report
2 42 10
Number of Awarded Contracts &
Procurements $200,000 $70,000,000 $7,000,000
Dollar Value of Awarded Contracts

Number of Awarded Financial Transactions 2 24 4

Dollar Value of Financial Transactions $500,000 $38,000,000 $1,000,000
Number of Jobs created 8 188 16

Number of Jobs retained 4 110 14

Number of Clients 14 39 13
Final Contract Year (April 1, 2020 – March 31, 2021)


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