Indiana Gaming Commission to Meet with Casino Supply Companies
April 23, 2012
The Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) is seeking input from all businesses that
are ready, willing and able to provide goods and services to Indiana’s casinos.
This information is being sought as part of a statistical analysis, also called
a disparity study, being undertaken by the Center for Urban Policy and the
Environment on behalf of the IGC.
The study will determine if the amount of purchases made from minority business
enterprises (MBEs) and women business enterprises (WBEs) is proportionate to the
capacity of those companies to provide goods and services to Indiana casinos. If
such a disparity is found, state law requires the IGC to establish MBE and WBE
“It is essential to the success of the study to determine the capacity of all
businesses, not only MBE and WBE companies, to provide goods and services to
Indiana’s casinos. We are encouraging all business interested in being part of
this study to complete a survey or attend one of our outreach meetings. Without
their input, it will be difficult to arrive at accurate conclusions regarding
disparity,” said IGC Deputy Director Jennifer Reske.
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