Santa Rosa CityBus is developing our DBE Goal for the coming period (Fiscal years 2020-2022). We are seeking feedback, comments and concerns about the effectiveness of our Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal for the Fiscal year 2017-2019, and our draft goal for 2020-2022 in order to improve on our efforts to level the playing field for the participation of DBEs. This effort is in keeping with the requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 (Participation by Disadvantage Business Enterprises in the US Dept. of Transportation Programs), for DBE participation in DOT assisted contracting by the City of Santa Rosa Transit Division.
We encourage anyone to submit comments to:
City of Santa Rosa C/O: Brandalyn Tramel, DBE Liaison Officer City of Santa Rosa 635 1st St., 2nd Floor Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Or to our Regional Federal Office at: Federal Transit Administration, Region 9 C/O: Civil Rights Officer San Francisco Federal Building 90 7th Street Suite 15-300
In keeping with the requirements of 49 C.F.R. Part 26 (Participation by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Programs), an overall Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal has been developed for DBE participation in DOT‐assisted contracting by the City of Santa Rosa Transit Division during Fiscal Year 2017 through Fiscal Year 2019.
The City of Santa Rosa Transit Division receives funding from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) of U.S. Department of Transportation. The City of Santa Rosa Transit Division's overall DBE goal for 2017‐2019 is 7.24% of the federal financial assistance we will expend in FTA‐assisted contracts, exclusive of FTA funds to be used for the purchase of transit vehicles.
This goal identifies the relative availability of DBEs based on evidence of ready, willing, and able DBEs in relationship to all comparable businesses which are known to be available to compete in the Transit Division's FTA‐assisted contracts.
The overall DBE goal reflects staff's determination of the level of DBE participation which would be expected absent the effects of discrimination. A discussion of the methodology for developing the goal can be found in the next section.
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