Small Business and Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program

Adult Desk

Executive Orders D-37-01 and D-43-01 require all state agencies to look to small businesses and disabled veteran business enterprises (DVBEs) first when we need to procure or contract out services.

DMV must reach and maintain a minimum participation goal of 25% for small businesses and 3% for DVBEs, and we are committed to helping local suppliers succeed.

If you operate a small business or a DVBE, DMV wants to work with you!

Helping You Succeed

It's about more than legislation. There are over 2 million small businesses in the state of California, and they employ more than 50% of the current workforce and drive over 90% of the state's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). What DMV does as a state department affects our local communities, so we want to do what we can to help small businesses and DVBEs grow and thrive. Learn more about our programs and services. We'd love to work with you.

Small Business Advocates Program

Are you a small business or a DVBE? Contact the Small Business Advocates Program to discuss working with us.

Products & Services Needed

Does your small business/DVBE offer any of these products or services? We want to work with you!

Business Opportunities with Other State Agencies

Explore other business opportunities to work with state agencies other than the DMV.

Legislation Affecting Small Businesses and DVBEs

Make sure you’re up to date about legislation that affects your Small Business/DVBE.