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									OFFICE OF SMALL AND DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS
              UTILIZATION (OSDBU)


       Doing Business with DOT
DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE AND SMALL
   BUSINESS PROGRAMS TRAINING CONFERENCE

         October 30 – November 1, 2007
                 Tampa, Florida

            Denise Rodriguez-Lopez
                             OSDBU


                      DOT MISSION

Serve the United States by ensuring a fast, safe, efficient,
   accessible and convenient transportation system that
    meets our vital national interests and enhances the
  quality of life of the American people, today and into the
                             future
                            OSDBU


                  DOT PRIORITIES
•   Safety
•   Reduced Congestion
•   Global Connectivity
•   Environmental Stewardship
•   Security, Preparedness and Response
                              OSDBU


• Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
• Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
• Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA)
• Federal Railroad Administration (FRA)
• Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
• National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
• Maritime Administration (MARAD)
• Office of the Secretary (OST)
• Pipeline &Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
  (PHMSA)
• Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA)
• Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (SLSDC)
    U.S. Department of Transportation
Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business
                  Utilization




OSDBU
OSDBU




Secretary Mary E. Peters
                              OSDBU


                        MISSION:

To ensure that small and disadvantaged business policies and
goals of the Secretary of Transportation are implemented in a
fair, efficient and effective manner to serve small and
disadvantaged businesses throughout DOT and the nation by
providing opportunities, technical assistance and financial
services.
                                         OSDBU

                               WHAT WE DO

•   Advocate for small business
•   Provide guidance in acquisition planning and execution
•   Create opportunities at the local, state and federal level
•   Provide technical assistance
•   Provide information about opportunities
•   Provide financial services
                                 OSDBU


                     OSDBU DIVISIONS

•   Procurement Assistance Division (PAD)
•   Regional Partnerships Division (RPD)
•   Financial Assistance Division (FAD)
•   National Information Clearinghouse (NIC)
                                 OSDBU



PROCUREMENT ASSISTANCE DIVISION (PAD)

Ensures maximum practicable opportunities for small
business to participate in DOT contracts and subcontracts for the
purchase of supplies and services.
                                   OSDBU


CREATE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES


Two Distinct Contracting Programs
   – Direct Contracting
   – Federal Financial Assistance to State and Local Transportation
      Agencies (DBE Program)
                                OSDBU



DIRECT CONTRACTING

• DOT Procurement
   – Federal Acquisition Regulation
   – Small Business Act as Amended
• Part of Government’s Procurement Preference Program
                                    OSDBU

GOVERNMENT-WIDE PROCUREMENT GOALS

Section 15(g) of the Small Business Act establishes the following
  minimum goals for the Federal Government:

•   Small Business (All categories) – 23%
•   Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB & 8a) – 5%
•   Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) - 5%
•   HUBZone Small Business - 3%
•   Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned SB - 3%
                                                           OSDBU

                               Preliminary Fiscal Year 2006 Goals and Achievements
                               45%
                                        40.8%
Percent of Total Contracting




                               40%
                                                       Goal
                               35%                     Achievement
                               30%
                               25%
                               20%
                                                   14.9%
                               15%
                               10%                            7.0%     7.8%

                                5%                                               1.8%

                                0%
                                       SB        SDB        HUB      WOB      SDVOB
OSDBU
                                         OSDBU


                        Year   1st QTR   2nd QTR   3rd QTR   4th QTR   Total

Business Services       2007   3         1         1         0         5

Computer Related        2007   11        2         1         2         16
Services
Construction            2007   30        41        26        25        122

Engineering Services    2007   6         12        8         3         29

Industrial Equipment    2007   3         0         1         1         5

Management              2007   2         4         1         1         8
Services
Services (not listed)   2007   13        6         11        4         34

Supplies (not listed)   2007   0         16        1         1         18
OSDBU
                                   Small Business Awards by Major Industry Sector


                                              Small Business Awards by Major Business Industry
                                                     U.S. Department of Transportation
                                                                Fiscal Year 2006
Miscellaneous NAIC Codes
541519 Computer Services
488390 Water Activities
483111 Deep Sea Transport
541990 Technical Services
541618 Other Management Services




                                              Source: FPDS/NG


                                            Construction                  $155,936,096.00
                                            Human Resources               $140,296,852.00
                                            Information Technology        $141,700,693.00
                                            Engineering                   $129,897,140.00
                                            Miscellaneous                 $332,254,403.00
                                     OSDBU

FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
DBE Program
• Unique to DOT and its Recipients
    – State and Local Transportation Agencies
• Three Operating Administrations
   – FAA, FHWA, FTA
   – OST – OGC,OCR,OSDBU
• Contracting and certifications performed by recipients
   – 49 CFR 26 –
                               OSDBU

         REGIONAL PARTNERSHIPS DIVISION


SMALL BUSINESS TRANSPORATION RESOURCE
CENTERS (SBTRCs)

•   Business Assessment and/or Market Research
•   Business Training and Counseling
•   Technical Assistance Referrals
•   Share information about contracting opportunities
•   Outreach



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                                                                          OSDBU


            Alaska

                                                     US DOT SBTRC REGIONS


                Washington
                                                                                                                                 Maine
                                           Montana       North Dakota                                                  Vermont
              Oregon                                                     Minnesota
                            Idaho                                                                                                 New Hampshire
                                                         South Dakota                Wisconsin                    New York           Massachusetts
                                            Wy oming                                             Michigan                         Rhode Island
                                                                                                                                 Connecticut
                                                                             Iow a                           Pennsylvania New Jersey
                  Nev ada                                  Nebraska
                                                                                            Indiana  Ohio                Delaw are
                                    Utah                                                                  West           Mary land
          California                          Colorado                              Illinois             Virginia
                                                                Kansas        Missouri                          Virginia
                                                                                               Kentucky
                                                                                                               North
                                                                                             Tennessee        Carolina
                            Arizona                              Oklahoma Arkansas                           South
                                           New Mexico                                                       Carolina
                                                                                       Mississippi
                                                                                               Alabama Georgia

Haw aii                                                        Texas
                                                                                Louisiana
                                                                                                             Florida
                                                                                                                            Puerto
                                                                                                                            Rico Virgin
                                                                                                                                   Islands
                                   OSDBU

                       REGIONAL SBTRCs

• Central Region – University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri
• Southeast Region – Miami Dade College in Miami, Florida
• Gulf Region – Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in
  Dallas, Texas
• Great Lakes Region – Hispanic American Construction Industry
  Association in Chicago, Illinois
• Mid-Atlantic Region – Greater Philadelphia Minority Business
  Strategic Alliance
                                 OSDBU



     NATIONAL INFORMATION CLEARINGHOUSE (NIC)

The NIC serves as a central point of contact for the dissemination
of program and procurement information, procurement forecasts,
forms, data, public laws, orders and other similar information of
interest to the small business community.

                    Toll Free: 800-532-1169
                               OSDBU


           FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE DIVISION
        SHORT TERM LENDING PROGRAM (STLP)

Guarantee loan program to assist certified small businesses as
  they work on DOT-funded and DOT-assisted transportation
     related contracts at the local, state and federal levels
                                         OSDBU

                     SHORT-TERM LENDING PROGRAM

•   Provides line of credit for accounts receivable arising from transportation
    related contracts
•   Primary collateral is proceeds of the transportation contract(s)
•   Can be renewed (max. length in program is 5 yrs)
•   Maximum loan amount $750,000
•   Funds are borrowed against each invoice of the contract(s)
•   Repayment occurs as the project owner or prime contractor pays the
    invoice
•   Interest rate – Prime plus two percent
                               OSDBU


             SHORT-TERM LENDING PROGRAM

• A company must have a transportation related contract
  (maintenance, rehabilitation, restructuring, improvement,
  revitalization)
• Certified as a DBE by an agency applying DOT certification
  guidelines or as a small business by the U.S. Small Business
  Administration
                                OSDBU


             SHORT-TERM LENDING PROGRAM
                NON ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES

X Contract mobilization; equipment purchases or other long term
   uses; refinance of existing debt; payment of non-current
   taxes; distributions or other payments to stock holders.
                              OSDBU


            SHORT-TERM LENDING PROGRAM

• The STLP is administered by the DOT OSDBU through
  cooperative agreements between DOT and several STLP
  banks
• Loan documentation and financing transactions are performed
  by the STLP bank
                                    OSDBU


                 STLP PARTICIPATING LENDERS:

Citizens Trust Bank, Atlanta, GA
Native American Bank, Denver, CO
Continental Bank of Miami, Miami, FL
Legacy Bank, Milwaukee, WI
City National Bank of New Jersey, Newark, NJ
Cardinal Bank, Washington, DC
Adams Bank, Washington, DC
                                OSDBU


             SHORT-TERM LENDING PROGRAM

                       HOW TO APPLY

Go to OSDBU Website at:

http://osdbu.dot.gov/documents/pdf/stlp/stlpapp.pdf
                                   OSDBU


                           FINAL TIPS
•   Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
•   Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps)
•   Small Business Administration (SBA)
•   Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)
•   General Services Administration (GSA)
•   Federal Procurement Data System – Next Generation (FPDS-NG)
•   Read RFP carefully and fully
•   Timeliness
                                       OSDBU


Call us:                      (800) 532-1169

Write us:                     U.S. Department of Transportation
                              Office of Small and Disadvantaged
                              Business Utilization (OSDBU)
                              1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE, Room W56-489
                              Washington, DC 20590

Fax us:                       (202) 366-7538

Visit the OSDBU website at:   http://www.osdbu.dot.gov

Visit the DOT website at:     http://www.dot.gov

								
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