Governor’s Advisory Council on Historically Underutilized Businesses

The Governor’s Advisory Council on Historically Underutilized Businesses was established to provide support and guidance to the Secretary of the Department of Administration and to the HUB Office on matters specific to the furtherance of the objectives of Executive Order 25 signed by Governor Roy Cooper November 2, 2017.

The Council consists of 20 members all appointed by the Governor. Membership includes a Liaison from the Governor’s Office, the State Purchasing Officer, the Director of the State Construction Office, the Executive Director of the North Carolina Council for Women, the Executive Director of the North Carolina State Commission of Indian Affairs, a member of the North Carolina Board of Transportation, a Senior Level Administrator from the University of North Carolina or the North Carolina Community College System, Nine HUB owners, all of whom shall be members of one or more of the groups identified in N.C. Gen. Stat. 142-128.4(b), Two representatives, both of whom shave one of the following positions at large, non-HUB business entity (i) executive officer, (ii) financial officer, (iii) purchasing officer, or (iv) supplier diversity chief.

Next public meeting

Governor’s Advisory Council on Historically Underutilized Businesses members list is coming soon.

NC HUB Advisory Council Meeting Minutes