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Study Says City of Aurora Not Awarding Enough Government Contracts to Women and Minorities

The city of Aurora paid $271 million for goods and services from 2015 to 2019, but only 3% of that money went to businesses owned by women or minorities (according to a recent study, which recommends the city reduce the disparity between the percent of women and minority companies available and the percent that are actually hired for city contracts).

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See disparity studies below:


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