The Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) was established by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act signed into law by President Obama. Treasury’s Departmental Offices (headquarters) was one of eight financial agencies and twelve Federal Reserve banks to create Offices of Minority and Women Inclusion.
OMWI is responsible for all matters relating to diversity in management, employment, and business activities, excluding the enforcement of statutes, regulations, or executive orders pertaining to civil rights. OMWI is required to develop standards for equal employment opportunity and the racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of the workforce.
In addition to workforce diversity, OMWI is charged with seeking increased participation of minority-owned and women-owned businesses in the programs and contracts of the agency. OMWI is responsible for establishing procedures to determine if agency contractors and their subcontractors have made good faith efforts to include minorities and women in their workforce.
Doing Business with Treasury
Access to Business Opportunities with Treasury is designed to assist small, minority, and women-owned business owners to understand how to best market specific products and services and navigate the process of conducting business with Treasury. The information compiled in this guide is intended to facilitate access to Business Opportunities with Treasury. | NOW AVAILABLE: E-book
The purpose of this guide is to provide a window into which North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes have received the most contract dollars at Treasury’s Departmental Offices and each of its bureaus during the previous fiscal year. View the Treasury NIACS Code Guide
Annual Report to Congress
The annual reports are prepared by the staff of the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion as required by Section 342(e) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. The annual report discusses the OMWI’s efforts to comply with Section 342 as it relates to contracting with minority-owned and women-owned businesses; assessing internal diversity and performing outreach to women and minorities; and assessing workforce diversity of contractors.
OMWI FY 2017 Annual Report
OMWI FY 2016 Annual Report
OMWI FY 2015 Annual Report
OMWI FY 2014 Annual Report
Resources For Businesses
Treasury hosts Vendor Outreach Sessions that allow small businesses to market their capabilities directly to the Treasury bureau officials. Participants include small business specialists, program managers, or Treasury prime contractors, depending on the type of vendor outreach event being conducted. Treasury Vendor Outreach Sessions are conducted in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and scheduled throughout the year. Businesses can schedule appointments with officials from the various Treasury bureaus during each event. View the Vendor Outreach Schedule
Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU)
The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) monitors all Department of Treasury procurement activities that involve the participation of small businesses. OMWI works closely with OSDBU in monitoring the increased participation of minority-owned and women-owned businesses in the programs and contracts of the agency. View the OSDBU webpage.
Resources For Job Seekers
The Treasury Departmental Offices recruitment strategy traditionally has targeted sourcing at minority and women serving institutions, career fairs and expos, online and printed advertisement materials, and community outreach activities. Since 2013, OMWI has expanded recruitment effort using the social media services of LinkedIn, a professional network, in order to more broadly publicize and increase awareness about available positions within Treasury Departmental Offices. In addition, OMWI has utilized the Professional Diversity Network in order to recruit and engage an active diverse professional community.
Using LinkedIn and the Professional Diversity Network, OMWI advertised senior management level (GS-15 and SES) positions and positions in mission–critical occupations within the Departmental Offices. Follow Treasury on LinkedIn to stay abreast of current mission critical job openings.
The Treasury Scholars program aims to provide meaningful and marketable work at Treasury for students toward reaching their professional aspirations, as well as, to expand the racial/ethnic and gender diversity of students engaged with Treasury Headquarters Departmental Offices. Successful candidates must be currently enrolled in an accredited college, university, graduate program, or professional school; have outstanding academic credentials; and possess a desire to learn about government and public policy.