Business Enterprise Program
The Disadvantaged Business
Enterprise Program is a federally mandated program administered
by MoDOT’s External Civil Rights Division. The office is responsible
for the certification of firms owned and operated by socially
and economically disadvantage individuals.
The overall goal of
the program is to provide opportunities to participate in the
economic benefits of highway construction to small businesses
owned and operated by disadvantaged individuals.
MoDOT has submitted
a DBE Program to the U.S. Department of Transportation that documents
the specific policies MoDOT has developed for the administration
of the program and statewide overall goal. The overall goal is
updated on an annual basis. The program document is available
Compiled DBE Directory for UCP (City of St. Louis/Lambert Airport Authority, Metro, City
of Kansas City, Kansas City Area Transportation Authority and
Missouri Department of Transportation)
Additions -June 2015
Removals -June 2015
DBE Application Packet:
External Civil Rights Division
1617 Missouri Blvd.
P.O. Box 270
Jefferson City, MO 65102
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- MoDOT DBE Program Document dated March 2012 is being revised. New document version coming soon! Should you have questions please call 573-526-2978
MoDOT's DBE Entrepreneurship Training Program Graduates
Disclaimer: The Missouri Regional Certification Committee DBE Database should be checked, routinely, (a) to confirm if a DBE firm has maintained certification and (b) that the DBE is certified in a particular NAICS Code. The three number NAICS codes and the general description provided in the “Entrepreneurship Training Program Graduates” document provides an overview of the scope of work represented by the DBE firms that have participated in the Entrepreneur Training Program. This list does not constitute an endorsement by MoDOT of any firm listed, but is only intended to acknowledge the participation of these firms in MoDOT’s Entrepreneurship Training Program.
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