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We have committed $20 millionin design, consulting and construction work to minority-owned, women-owned and disadvantaged businesses.
40 percentof targeted positions will be filled by people from the city's most distressed communities by 2018.
$6 millionincrease in goods and services will be purchased from Baltimore businesses over three years.
We understand that being the largest private employer in Baltimore means more than providing jobs to people in our neighborhoods. It means that we have a responsibility to leverage our resources in every way possible for the benefit of our communities. Via HopkinsLocal—a program in which we've set goals to build, hire and buy locally—The Johns Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Health System are helping lead the way to an even more vibrant and prosperous Baltimore. We do this because when our communities thrive, we are all truly uplifted.
This report covers the time frame of April 2014 through August 2015. Produced by Johns Hopkins Medicine Marketing and Communications.