Construction Webinar Series: The Impact of the Infrastructure Bill on the DOT’s Disadvantaged Enterprise Program | PilieroMazza SARL

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After months of negotiations, the House passed an infrastructure bill worth more than $1 trillion on November 5, 2021. Once signed by President Biden, the bill will inject billions of new funds into modernization transport infrastructure and public services in the country. But how will the bill’s passage impact construction contractors large and small participating in the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program?

The DOT DBE program provides opportunities for small businesses, See more +

After months of negotiations, the House passed an infrastructure bill worth more than $1 trillion on November 5, 2021. Once signed by President Biden, the bill will inject billions of new funds into modernization transport infrastructure and public services in the country. But how will the bill’s passage impact construction contractors large and small participating in the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program?

DOT’s DBE program provides opportunities for small businesses, owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged people, tribes, and Alaska Native corporations, to participate in highway, transit, and infrastructure projects. federally funded aircraft.

If you are a small contractor in the DBE program, a large contractor working with a subcontractor in the DBE program, or if you are considering entering the DBE program, you don’t want to miss this webinar where PilieroMazza lawyers Jackie Unger and Anna Sullivan—members of the firm’s government contracts group—provide an overview of the DBE program and detail the bill’s impact on DBEs. See less –

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