Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization
The OSDBU is responsible for ensuring that small businesses are treated fairly and that they have an opportunity to compete and be selected for a fair amount of the Agency's prime and subcontracting opportunities.
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development is committed to providing universal access to both small businesses and large businesses. The Agency recognizes that small businesses are of vital importance to job growth and the economic strength of the country. A successful and strong business community is an integral component of the Department's overall mission of job creation, community empowerment and economic revitalization.
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HUD would like to invite your comments on HUD's latest Request for Information, FR-6155-N-01 Review of HUD Policy in Opportunity Zones. Created by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Opportunity Zones are distressed communities that provide tax benefits to investors who make new investments in the Zones.
As the Chair of the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council, the Secretary of HUD is very interested in all the levers HUD can pull to make Opportunity Zones vibrant economic engines for their residents. Don't be wary of making outside-the-box suggestions. Feel free to answer as many of the questions as you like.
Comments are due June 17, 2019. Thank you, and we look forward to reading your ideas.