28 (revised 11/2017) WSSC’s FY 2017 OSDI Programs’ Performance Results Report FY 2017 PERFORMANCE RESULTS FIRST-TIME CONTRACTS AWARDED In FY 2017, WSSC awarded a total of sixty-four (64) contracts to first-time WSSC vendors. Of the sixty- four (64) contract awards, five (5) contracts were awarded to M/WBE firms, three (3) contracts were awarded to SLBE firms, and fifty-six (56) contracts were awarded to Majority firms. The First-Time Contracts Awarded were divided among the four (4) broad contracting areas, with thirty-five (35) contracts awarded in Goods & Services, twenty-seven (27) contracts awarded in Professional Services, and two (2) contracts awarded in Construction. No contracts were awarded to first-time vendors in Architecture & Engineering. Of the twenty-four (24) contracts awarded to firms in Maryland, six (6) were awarded to Montgomery County firms, three (3) were awarded to firms in Baltimore, two (2) were awarded to firms in Prince George’s County and thirteen (13) were awarded to firms in other parts of Maryland. One (1) contract was awarded to a firm in the District of Columbia. FIGURE 26:FIRST-TIME CONTRACTS AWARDED BY LOCATION Maryland, Other 39 Out of State 13 Montgomery County Washington, SMSA 6 1 Baltimore, SMSA 3 2 Prince George’s County Figure 26 provides a breakdown of First-Time Contracts Awarded By Location FIGURE 25: FIRST-TIME CONTRACTS AWARDED BY CONTRACTING AREA Figure 25 provides a breakdown of the First-Time Contracts Awarded by Contracting Area. *For the purposes of this data, a first-time awardee is identified as any vendor/supplier/consultant that has not been an award recipient at WSSC over the previous five (5) fiscal years. Professional Services Goods & Services 27 35 A&E Services 0 2 Construction “The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) is the unequivocal water utility leader in the Mid-Atlantic region when it comes to minority, women, and local small business outreach, procurement and payment. The OSDI slogan, “Diversity…just the way we do business!” has reached contagious heights as area corporations have emulated WSSC’s policy and practices.” WAYNE R. FRAZIER, SR. PRESIDENT, MD. WASHINGTON MINORITY COMPANIES ASSOCIATION (MWMCA)