TM), a Registered Investment Advisor specializing in Investment Management, Retirement Plan Services, Fiduciary Consulting and Wealth Management, has received certification as a Minority Business Enterprise and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (MBE/DBE) firm, from the Maryland Department of Transportation's MBE Advisory Committee, of the Office of Minority Business Enterprise.
What does OMBE stand for?
OMBE stands for Office of Minority Business Enterprise
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of OMBE
- Office of Management and Budget Circular
- Ohio Mountain Bike Championship Series
- Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council (UK)
- Orlando Metropolitan Bridge Center (card club; Orlando, FL)
- Osteopathic Medical Board of California (Department of Consumer Affairs; California)
- Overlapped Block Motion Compensation (video encoding)
- Office of Minority Business Development (various locations)
- Organic Molecular Beam Deposition
- Office Machines and Business Equipment (Joplin, MO)
- Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation (US DOE)
- Organic Molecular Beam Epitaxy
- Operations and Maintenance Business Group (various organizations)
- Ontario Municipal Benchmarking Initiative (Canada)
- Operations & Maintenance Business Information Link
- Orbito-Meatal Baseline (radiography)
- Osceola Mills Branch Library (Osceola Mills, PA)
- Oxford Mail Boys League (football)
- Orthogonally Multiplexed Biorthogonal Modulation
- Office of Management & Budget Management Improvement Program
- One-Man Bridge Operation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The promulgation of this order resulted in the creation of the Office of Minority Business Enterprise.
Executive order 11458 gave birth to programs that American business now accepts - if not always embraces - as givens: the Office of Minority Business Enterprise (now the Minority Business Development Agency or MBDA); minority enterprise cialized, small-business investment companies or SSBICs); and minority set-aside programs and other initiatives aimed at advancing black economic development.