Local control means that Pioneer works with local businesses and strives to impact the local economy. Pioneer’s board of directors has made it a priority to reinvest in the local economy. When economically feasible Pioneer will select local businesses for contracts and purchases. Since 2020, Pioneer invested over $8 million in local business through contracts and purchases.
Board Room Audio Visual, Digital Signage, and furniture Design and Installation for a Public Meeting Setting Request for Proposals (RFP)
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When diverse community businesses thrive, we all thrive. Established in 1986 by AB 3678 (Moore), the California Public Utilities Commission’s Supplier Diversity Program aims to increase utility expenditures with diverse vendors and businesses. We encourage all eligible businesses to apply for one of the following certifications:
Certification provides an opportunity for businesses to stand out among the competition. Pioneer encourages all eligible businesses to get certified and register at the appropriate sites above. Certified vendors will be listed in directories which utilities can access for their contracting needs. To review past Supplier Diversity Reports, please visit our Key Documents page.