Interested in applying for DBE certification or want to learn more? Check out program information listed below.
If you would like to talk to a representative, call the DBE Help Desk at
Georgia DOT held a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) participation teleconference for FAA-funded contracts/agreements on July 31, 2023. The conference provided information to stakeholders pertaining to projects occurring in federal fiscal years 2024 through 2026.
DBE Program & Goal (Aviation)
If your firm is certified as a DBE and you are interested in pursuing opportunities on Georgia DOT P3 Projects, reach out to the P3 Division DBE Team today for a personalized consultation. The office's mission is to actively engage, educate, and empower DBE firms by removing barriers and equipping them to effectively compete for opportunities on major transportation programs. If you would like to schedule a one-on-one, contact the P3 Division DBE Team at (404) 946-5764 or click the button below to send an email.
If you have questions pertaining to DBE certification or if your firm is already a Georgia Certified DBE and has questions related to your certification, need assistance identifying work with GDOT, need bonding assistance, or have other training needs please contact the GDOT Supportive Services Provider, Construction Estimating Institute at (404) 631-1273.
A Business Help Center is open to eligible GDOT certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, registered small businesses and veteran-owned small businesses that have an interest in working on GDOT’s State Funded Projects. The Center provides training, consulting, targeted matchmaking, one-on-one assistance, and meeting space and computer access.
Learn how to apply for DBE certification.
Learn how to how to qualify to work for Georgia DOT.
A DBE must always perform a commercially useful function (CUF). Evaluation of whether
a DBE is performing a CUF on a particular contract will occur every time the DBE
is listed to work on a contract. A business performs a CUF when it is:
2016 Disparity Study