Small Business Program (SBP)
Georgia DOT has implemented a Small Business Program (SBP) to increase opportunities for all small companies doing business with our agency. SBP promotes these opportunities though the Department’s procurement of materials, professional and technical services, as well as transportation consultant and construction contracts.
The goal of the SBP is to facilitate procurement and contract opportunities of a size and scope that can reasonably be performed by competing Small Businesses, including Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs) as prime and subcontractors.
A SBP participant must fall within the definition of a Small Business as defined by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), either in terms of the average number of employees over the past 12 months, or average annual receipts over the past three years. Review info to find out if your business meets the SBA definition.
NOTE: A firm's average annual receipts cannot exceed $22.41 million, and still be seen as a small business.
Please carefully review the registration application instructions, tool, and links provided below, prior to submitting a SBP application. To aid in expediting the registration process, please use the SBA Determination tool , print your results, and attach it to your application. See SBA Size Determination result example.