The National Institutes of Health HUBZone Consortium
The NIH Historically Underutilized Business Zone Consortium was established to assist the National Institutes of Health in reaching, and exceeding, the 3% HUBZone goal for Small Business Procurements.
Per the CFR Part 126.100-101, The purpose of the HUBZone program is to provide federal contracting assistance for qualified SBCs located in historically underutilized business zones in an effort to increase employment opportunities, investment, and economic development in such areas. The HUBZone Program applies to all federal departments or agencies that employ one or more contracting officers.
The NIH HUBZone Consortium is a group of certified companies committed to developing a common understanding of the capabilities that HUBZone firms can offer to achieve the NIH’s mission in enhancing the health for all Americans.
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Click here for a chart of capabilities organized by NAICS code and business name.
HUBZone Consortium capability statements by 2-digit NAICS code categories can be accessed via the PDF links below
- Sector 23_Construction
- Sector 31-33_Manufacturing
- Sector 42_Wholesale Trade
- Sector 48-49_Transportation and Warehousing
- Sector 51_Information
- Sector 52_Finance and Insurance
- Sector 53_Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
- Sector 54_Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
- Sector 56_Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services
- Sector 61_Educational Services
- Sector 71_Arts Entertainment and Recreation
- Sector 72_Accommodation and Food Services
- Sector 81_Other Services_except Public Administration
- Sector 92_Public Administration
HUBZone Consortium Meatball Chart
Click here for one chart depicting the various capabilities of the Consortium’s members.
Joining the Consortium
Special Interest Groups are formed by the Board and at this time the Board is not accepting any additional members.