Subpart D – Certification Standards

Section 26.61 – 26.73 Certification Process

[Recipient] will use the certification standards of Subpart D of Part 26 to determine the eligibility of firms to participate as DBEs in DOT-assisted contracts. To be certified as a DBE, a firm must meet all certification eligibility standards. We will make our certification decisions based on the facts as a whole.

For information about the certification process or to apply for certification, firms should contact:

[Provide the following information:
Name
Title
Address
Telephone Number
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E-mail Address]

Our certification application forms and documentation requirements are found in Attachment __ to this program. [The Uniform Certification Form contained in the Final Rule, 49 CFR Part 26, dated 10/02/2014, should be used in this attachment.]



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