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By meerna Jun12,2024

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Indianapolis city officials will hold two meetings to solicit public input as they conduct a 12-month discrepancy study.

A press release issued Tuesday by Katlyn Rodriguez, communications coordinator for the city government’s Office of Minority and Women’s Business Development, stated: “This joint effort aims to assess the current challenges facing business owners in the Indianapolis business community.”

The city government conducted a similar study in 2019. The 2024 study will show how business-to-business contracts are distributed compared to their expected share based on the city government’s availability of prime contracts and subcontracts.

Meetings will be held on June 18 at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Indianapolis Public Library Central Branch, 40 E. St. Clair St. Participants can attend meetings in person. Virtual participants must register online.

The release said: “The Disparity Study is a partnership between the City of Indianapolis, Office of Minority and Women’s Business Development, Marion County Health and Hospital Corporation, Indianapolis-Marion County Building Authority, Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library, Indianapolis Public Schools, Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation/IndyGo, Capital Improvement Board Marion County, Indianapolis Bond Bank, Indy Chamber Business Ownership Initiative and the Indianapolis Airport Authority.”

By meerna

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