Our Mission

The mission of the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council is to provide Corporate America and Government entities with greater access to the goods and services of Minority-owned business in order to develop lasting and mutually beneficial relationships.

Message from the President

Stan Sena

Welcome to the Mountain Plains Minority Supplier Development Council. For the past forty years, the mission of the Council has been to connect Corporate America with certified Minority Business Enterprises. As we move towards the future, the Council will focus on four major areas; Certify…Connect…Advocate…Develop. With this new and updated website, it is our goal to provide you with a pathway to timely information about the Council’s activities.  We will continue to make updates and improvements to the website.

The Mountain Plains MSDC looks forward to working with you!

Continued success,

Stan Sena President and CEO

Latest News

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    Tentative Agenda ItemsProject scopeParticipation goals and requirementsRegistration requirementsTrainingInsurance and bonding requirementsBidding proceduresCurrent and future bid packages …

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    This is an exciting era--especially considering there are 76 million people over the age of 50 in the …

  • URGENT - Scholarships Available for the AMEP Program at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management


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    If you are a …

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