Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20 Page 21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 Page 25 Page 26 Page 27 Page 28 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 32Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Program: FY 2016 Performance Results Summary of FY 2016 Total Contract Payments and Total Contract Awards For the purpose of this FY 2016 SLMBE Program Performance Results Report, WSSC total contract payments and total contract awards are based on the service areas of Prince George’s and Montgomery counties, the Baltimore and Washington Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (SMSA), other surrounding communities/counties in Maryland, and some out-of-state cities and counties. The following pages provide the summary of total contract payments and total contract awards for FY 2016. It is WSSC’s intent to provide data that is accurate and complete in support of our program objectives. The success of our MBE and SLBE Programs rely on the integrity of our data. Minority and Women Business Enterprise (M/WBE) Program: Data and Metrics M/WBE total contract awards serve as a leading indicator for WSSC’s MBE contract performance. However, actual contract payments to M/WBE firms measure the meaningful success of the MBE Program. The following figures provide the summary of M/WBE contract payments based on total contract payments, WSSC contracting areas and M/WBE firms. Total Contract Payments Contract payments serve as a lagging indicator as a result of the total contract awards. In FY 2016, WSSC’s total contract payments amounted to $587.5 million while the M/WBE total contract payments amounted to $114.8 million, (or 20%) shown in Figure 5. The total contract payments to M/WBEs represents a 15% decrease (or $19.6 million less) in total contract payments from FY 2015 to FY 2016. Our total contract payments are delineated by the four broad contracting areas of: Architecture and Engineering; Construction; Goods and Services; and Professional Services. A contributing factor to the decrease in payments focuses on contract compliance activities. It is important to note that Construction represents approximately sixty percent (60%) of our total contract payments. Throughout the lifecycle of a contract, a number of variables will influence the utilization of contractors, particularly change orders, contract scope changes and the availability of the proposed project team. Figure 5: Summary of Total Contract Payments by WSSC Contracting Area Contract Area M/WBE Dollars M/WBE Percent MBE Prime Dollars WBE Prime Dollars M/WBE Sub Payment* Majority Dollars Total Dollars A&E Services $11,069,068 28% $5,103,270 $0.00 $5,965,798 $28,988,558 $40,057,626 Construction Services $47,685,450 13% $39,002,883 $0.00 $8,682,567 $306,870,916 $354,556,366 Goods & Services $33,635,948 25% $21,180,910 $8,846,114 $3,608,924 $103,642,761 $137,278,709 Professional Services $22,441,700 40% $15,176,251 $4,858,555 $2,406,894 $33,164,389 $55,606,089 Total All Contract Areas $114,832,166 20% $80,463,314 $13,704,669 $20,664,183 $472,666,624 $587,498,790 *Subcontractor Dollars are included in the Total M/WBE Dollars. 8 WSSC SLMBE Program Performance Results Report FY 2016