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Florida department of transportation equal opportunity office 2014

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program

Florida Department of Transportation

Equal Opportunity Office

2014


Disadvantaged business enterprise program

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

True or False:

If I am a Hispanic female, my 501(c)(3) company can be certified as a DBE.


Disadvantaged business enterprise program1

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

FALSE


Disadvantaged business enterprise program2

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

  • Governed by 49 CFR Part 26

  • Definition:

    • DBE means a for-profit small business concern

      • That is at least 51 percent owned by one or more individuals who are both socially and economically disadvantaged or, in the case of a corporation, in which 51 percent of the stock is owned by one or more such individuals; and

      • Whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more of the socially and economically disadvantaged individuals who own it.


Dbe certification process new applicant

DBE Certification ProcessNew Applicant

  • DBE Application Received & Assigned (90 days to process) * If Application is Complete*

    • Confidential

  • Desk Review Conducted

  • Additional Information Collected

  • On-site Review Conducted

  • Facts and Concerns gathered

  • File given to Certification Manager (by the 60th day after all information received and on-site conducted)


Dbe certification process new applicant1

DBE Certification ProcessNew Applicant

  • Certification Manager Reviews

  • Manager, EOO, Approves or Denies


Dbe certification

DBE Certification

True or False:

As a certified DBE, I am prequalified to do work in the work groups that are approved by the EOO in my certification letter.


Dbe certification1

DBE Certification

FALSE


Dbe certification2

DBE Certification

  • Certification is not a prequalification

  • Certification is for Specific Types of Work

  • Burden of Proof on Applicant

  • Once Certified, Burden shifts to Us


Socially disadvantaged

Socially Disadvantaged

  • Presumed Groups

    • Women

    • Black Americans

    • Hispanic Americans

    • Native Americans

    • Asian-Pacific Americans

    • Subcontinent Asian Americans

  • Others if Documented


Socially disadvantaged individuals

Socially DisadvantagedIndividuals

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident Alien

  • Must Show Ownership

    • 51% by Disadvantaged Owner

    • Real & Substantial; Not Just on Paper

    • Contribution of Capital or Expertise

  • Must Control Business

    • Independent – Does Not rely on Others

    • Makes Day to Day & Long Term Decisions


Economically disadvantaged

EconomicallyDisadvantaged

True or False:

My family & I just moved into a $3.2M home on the coast & I won a million dollars in the lottery. I can still run my DBE company.


Economically disadvantaged1

EconomicallyDisadvantaged

TRUE


Economically disadvantaged2

EconomicallyDisadvantaged

  • Personal Net Worth At or Below $1.32M

  • Each Qualifying Owner

  • Exclude Ownership in Business

  • Exclude Equity in Primary Residence


Certified dbes as of 1 31 14

Certified DBEs(As of 1/31/14)

Black Americans317(23.92%)

Hispanic Americans350(26.42%)

Native Americans 26 (1.96%)

Asian Pacific Americans 71 (5.36%)

Subcontinent Asian 52 (3.93%)

Women505(38.11%)

Other 4 (0.30%)

Total 1325


Certified dbes by district

Certified DBEs(By District)

District 1 86 (6.49%)

District 2109 (8.23%)

District 3104 (7.85%)

District 4173(13.06%)

District 5276(20.83%)

District 6137(10.34%)

District 7178(13.43%)

Out of State262(19.77%)

Total 1325


Reasons to use a dbe

Reasons to use a DBE

  • Contractors get 4 bonus points on contractor grading

  • Recognition from FDOT Secretary (Letters)

  • Recognition & Award at FTBA Annual Convention

  • Recognition & Award at FICE Annual Convention


Reasons to use a dbe cont

Reasons to use a DBE(cont.)

  • DBE %’s Reported in Monthly Performance Review Meeting with District Secretaries

  • Publish Reports and %’s on Internet

  • Letter Grades for Primes

  • Conducting DBE Utilization Assessments

  • Increases Competitive Pricing

  • Good for Florida’s Economy


Reasons to use a dbe cont1

Reasons to use a DBE(cont.)

  • DBE Supportive Services Providers

    • Blackmon Roberts Group aka “BRG”

    • DBE Specialized Development Program aka “The Council”

    • Construction Estimating Institute aka “CEI”


Accomplishments since race neutral

AccomplishmentsSince Race Neutral

Federal DBEFederal % State %Combined %

Fiscal YearGoalAchievedAchievedAchieved

2000-20018.0% 8.62% 11.55% 10.10%

2001-20028.0% 5.10% 8.35% 6.57%

2002-20038.0% 7.83% 8.61% 8.35%

2003-20047.5% 7.55% 7.92% 7.78%

2004-20057.5% 8.03% 7.50% 7.72%

2005-20067.9% 8.06% 9.11% 8.71%

2006-2007 8.1% 8.15% 9.96% 9.35%

2007-20088.1% 7.75% 9.49% 9.00%

2008-20098.12% 8.16% 10.00% 9.08%

2009-20108.18% 8.33% 10.13% 8.79%

2010-20118.18% 8.50% 13.63% 10.02%

2011-20128.60% 10.31% 12.71% 11.45%

2012-20138.60% 11.78% 10.88% 11.38%


What the 2013 percentage means in

What the 2013percentage means in $$

Federal DBEFederal % State %Combined %

Fiscal YearGoalAchievedAchievedAchieved

2012-20138.60% 11.78% 10.88% 11.38%

$3,689,333,483 awarded for Federal & State projects

11.38% Committed to DBEs

$419,752,973 in DBE Participation


Florida department of transportation equal opportunity office 2014

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE


Business development initiative

Business DevelopmentInitiative

  • BACKGROUND

  • Purpose:

    • to increase competition

    • move subs to primes

  • Began in July 2006 (District Two)

  • January 2007 in all districts

  • FHWA approved in March 2009

  • March 2012 became the Small Business Component of the DBE Program Plan


Business development initiative1

Business DevelopmentInitiative

  • STRATEGIES

  • Reserve contracts for small businesses

  • Contracts are up to $1,500,000

  • Modified pre-qualification requirements

  • Waive bonds on contracts of a non-critical nature


Business development initiative2

Business DevelopmentInitiative

  • ELIGIBILITY

  • Meet USDOT definition of a small business

    • FDOT small business size standards

    • Construction/Maintenance - $15.0M

    • Professional Services - $6.5M

  • Submit notarized affidavit

  • Provide references

  • Professional Services must still be prequalified


Business development initiative3

Business DevelopmentInitiative

  • RESULTS – RESERVED CONTRACTS

  • 260 contracts reserved

    • 88 professional services

    • 116 construction

    • 56 maintenance

  • $66.3 Million reserved

    • $28.3 million in professional services

    • $27.8 million in construction

    • $10.2 million in maintenance


Business development initiative4

Business DevelopmentInitiative

  • RESULTS – RESERVED CONTRACTS

  • 119 different small businesses awarded contracts

    • 24 or 29% were DBEs

    • 36 or 44% had their first FDOT contract

  • 28 small businesses were awarded multiple contracts

    • 7 were DBEs

  • 34% of BDI reserved projects are professional services contracts


Bdi program

BDI PROGRAM

  • For a list of reserved contracts, you can visit http://www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice/reservedContracts.shtm

  • For more information on the BDI, please visit http://www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice/bdi.shtm or email [email protected]


Websites

Websites

Equal Opportunity Office

www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice/

DBE Certification Application & DBE Directory

www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice/dbecertification.shtm

Contractor & Consultant DBE Utilization Letter Grades

www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice/dbereports.shtm

Business Development Initiative (BDI) Reserved Projects

www.dot.state.fl.us/equalopportunityoffice/reservedcontracts.shtm


Websites1

Websites

Blackmon Roberts Group (Supportive Services Provider)

www.blackmonroberts.com/

Construction Estimating Institute

Construction Management Development & Bond Guarantee Programs

www.cmdp-bgp.com/

Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council /Ariel Business Group

FDOT DBE Specialized Development Program

www.fdotdbeservices.com/


Contacts

Contacts

For Certification, DBE & BDI Programs

Arthur Wright – Manager Equal Opportunity Office

(850) 414-4749

Victoria Smith – DBE Certification Manager

(850) 414-4746

Tom Rush – DBE Program Manager

(850) 414-4687

Terry V. Watson – DBE Program Specialist

(850) 414-4763

Dwayne Moore – Business Development Specialist

(850) 414-4925


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