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Do I Qualify for a Business-Owned Certification?

There are many advantages to obtaining a business-owned certification. CMI can explain these benefits as well as determine if your business meets the eligibility requirements. More importantly, we can review and determine the current status of your records and provide insight into how to improve your chances of obtaining Certification.


There is a deluge of information and supporting documentation required to accompany an Application. We are experienced and knowledgeable in the gathering, deciphering, organizing and assembling of information in a manner conducive to obtaining Certification.


We are experienced and knowledgeable in the gathering, deciphering, organizing and assembling of information in a manner conducive to obtaining Certification approval.

Then... we maintain your corporate records each year for re-certification and retention of your certification status.


• Women-Owned Certification (WBE)

• Minority-Owned Certification (MBE)

• Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

• Veteran

• Federal / National Certification


If you are starting a new business, looking for a professional and reliable resource for your corporate record maintenance or considering obtaining a Women, Minority, Disadvantaged, Veteran or Federal Certification, let our experience and knowledge of the rigorous criteria and compliance process work for you!

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