An assessment of the disadvantaged business enterprise program of the Urban Mass Transportation Administration
Naomi W. Lede(, Larry C. Cooper, Texas Southern University. Center for Transportation Training and Research, United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration. University Research and Training Program
U.S. Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Office of Technical Assistance, University Research and Training Program, 1985 - Social Science - 30 pages
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Act of l982 amended Appendix approved overall goal Asian-Pacific Americans Assistance Act STAA availability of disadvantaged awarded bidding and contracting bonding requirements business enterprises WBE certification process challenged party contracting opportunities DBE/WBE firms DBE/WBE goals DBE/WBE program DBE/WBE provisions DBEs and WBEs Department of Transportation determine Disadvan economically disadvantaged individuals establish Federal Register funding recipients goal achievement goal of less Hispanic Americans implementation institutional problems July 21 Laredo Mass Transportation Act meeting the goal MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE Native Americans noncompliance participation of disadvantaged percent level provision for transit quota recipient agencies recipient's DOT-assisted contracts recipient's efforts Recommendation respondent Section l05 set-aside Small Business Act small business concern socially and economically subcontractors submitted Subpart Surface Transportation Assistance Texas transit agencies transit contract transit property Transportation Assistance Act U.S. Department UMTA Administrator UMTA funds UMTA recipient Urban Mass Transportation WBE firms WBE goals Wichita Falls women-owned business enterprises