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									      PAYMENTS TO HISTORICALLY UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESSES (HUBs)

A Historically Underutilized Business is a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Women
Business Enterprise (WBE), or a Disabled Owned Business Enterprise (DBE-O).

A MBE is a business that is owned and controlled at a minimum of 51 percent by one or
more minority persons. The term “minority person,” for purposes of this form, means a
person who is a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States and who is:
   A. Black, that is, a person having origins in any of the black racial groups in Africa.
   B. Hispanic, that is, a person of Spanish or Portuguese culture with origins in
        Mexico, South or Central America, or the Caribbean Islands, regardless of race.
   C. Asian-American, that is, a person having origins in any of the original peoples of
        the Far East, Southeast Asia and Asia, the Indian subcontinent, or the Pacific
        Islands.
   D. American Indian or Alaskan Native, that is, a person having origins in any of the
        original peoples of North America.
A WBE is a business that is owned and controlled at a minimum of 51 percent by a non-
minority woman or women.
A DBE-O is a business owned and controlled at a minimum of 51 percent by a non-
minority handicapped person or persons. Handicapped persons shall include those
individuals with physical, mental and visual disabilities.

                   INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE FORM

1. On this form, only report expenditures to be made to HUB prime contractors, HUB
   subcontractors, HUB material suppliers, or HUB designers/consultants.
2. Each prime contractor/designer must submit their completed form and those of their
   non-HUB subcontractors/consultants to the college with each monthly pay request.
3. Indicate N/A under the column “Name of Firm” if no payments will be made to HUB
   subcontractors, consultants, or material suppliers for this pay period.
4. If the prime contractor completing this form is not a HUB contractor, they must:
   a. List their HUB subcontractor(s)/material suppliers, and the payments that will be
        made to them for this pay period.
   b. Provide a copy of this form to each non-HUB subcontractor for completion.
   c. Collect a completed form from each non-HUB subcontractor.
5. If a HUB subcontractor was listed on the prime contractor’s form, the HUB
   subcontractor does not need to complete this form.
6. If the subcontractor is not a HUB subcontractor, they must:
   a. List their HUB subcontractor(s)/material suppliers and the payments to them.
   b. Submit their completed form to their prime contractor with each pay request.
7. If the prime contractor completing this form is a HUB contractor, they must:
   a. List only the information and payments they receive for themselves.
   b. Not list any payments to their subcontractors/material suppliers.
   c. Not provide a copy of this form to each subcontractor.
8. A design firm that is not a HUB must:
   a. List their HUB consultants and the payments that will be made to them for this
        pay period.
   b. Provide a copy of this form to each non-HUB consultant for completion.
   c. Collect a completed form from each non-HUB consultant.
9. A design firm that is a HUB must complete the form listing only the information and
   payments they receive for themselves.


                                                                               HUB/Cont Form Instr
                                                                                          8-24-01

								
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