The Business Engagement and Compliance Office (BECO) is responsible for ensuring that ADOT, its subrecipients, contractors and consultants achieve full compliance with all applicable federal regulations related to disadvantaged and small business inclusion, equal and fair employment opportunity in contracting and on-the-job training for women and minorities in the construction trades by facilitating these efforts:
- ADOT's good faith efforts to meet overall DBE participation goals
- Compliance with all applicable federal requirements
- Equal Employment Opportunity contractor compliance and On-the-Job Training contractor compliance to provide training and employment opportunities for women, minorities and economically disadvantaged individuals in the construction industry
Announcements and Updates
DBE Annual Update and Five-Year Certification Review Procedures
DBE certifications do not expire. However, DBE-certified firms are required to submit an Annual Update. DBE firms with names beginning in A through J, must submit an Annual Update by April 1 of each calendar year, and DBE firms with names beginning in K through Z must submit an Annual Update by Oct. 1, 2014.
Once every five years, each DBE firm must undergo a Certification Review, which is similar to an Annual Update. The primary differences for the firm is that an on-site review will be conducted at the firm's office and the Certification Review will be more detailed than the Annual Update.
DBE firms that must submit an Annual Update form by April 1, 2014 and Oct. 1, 2014
DBE firms that must submit a five-year Certification Review by April 1, 2014 and Oct. 1, 2014
Please note that all updates must be completed online.
Learn more about DBE certification.