DBEP

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AcronymDefinition
DBEPDisadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (minority business capital guarantees; Little Rock, AR)
DBEPDwellings, Buildings and Energy Performance (Ireland)
DBEPDesired Bit-Error Probability
DBEPDe Boer & Partners BV
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In addition, during fiscal year 2016, DOTs Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program helped ensure that women-owned small businesses won a share of contracts awarded to firms working with recipients of Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Highway Administration, and Federal Transit Administration funds.
Airmall Cleveland has also been successful in creating opportunities for small business owners through the Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (ACDBE).
The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program helps businesses owned by minorities and women work on federal construction projects," says Stuart Delery, Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department's Civil Division.
Five companies have agreed to pay more than $800,000 to settle charges that they made false claims under the Transportation Department's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program.
Department of Transportation's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program, and the U.
The state's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program is intended to increase participation of businesses owned by minorities, which include women, in public contracting or procurement.
In June 2003, USDOT issued a final rule making several improvements to its disadvantaged business enterprise program.
Payne's efforts ensured that women were included in the Department of Transportation's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program.
Scope of Services for Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program :
Despite the changes these programs have undergone, opponents of set-asides have continued targeting them, particularly the Department of Transportation's Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program, as implemented through state Minority Business Enterprise programs.