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1 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program Information Technology Systems DBE Office Online Reporting System (DOORS) FAA Data Collector (ARRA) FAA dbE Connect System Presented to: FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Presented by: Nancy Cibic, FAA DBE Program Compliance Justin Talbot-Stern, B2Gnow

2 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration FAA D O O R S https://www.faa.gov/secure/doors/ https://www.faa.gov/secure/doors/ Electronic reporting system for annual DBE awards and ACDBE participation accomplishments Created by FAA in 2003 to: –provide an easier, more efficient method of submitting & recording DBE data. –prepare and design unique DBE and ACDBE data reports. –effectively respond to requests from Washington Headquarters.

3 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration DOTs Office of Small Business and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) created a new enhanced DOORS for use by all DBE modal administrations; FAA, FTA and FHWA. Similar design as FAA DOORS with some differences in operations. Updated and enhanced automation and performance. Currently populated with FY-2009 DBE uniform award accomplishment reports for FAA, FTA and FHWA DBE uniform award accomplishment reports will be added Transitioning to New DOT DOORS

4 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration DOT DOORS for FAA Includes reporting for: DBE and ACDBE uniform reporting forms DBE Contractors and ACDBE firms forms - All data in FAA DOORS will be transferred to DOT DOORS

5 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration DOT DOORS New user accounts have been created for all airport recipients that currently have a user account in FAA DOORS –Airport recipients will receive a letter and guidance pertaining to the new DOORS followed by an message containing a new user ID. –Airport recipients will be able to create their own password.

6 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration Differences between FAA DOORS and DOT DOORS for airport recipients –User accounts can only be created by FAA (or FHWA, FTA for their recipients) –DBE Awards menu includes a Save option, i.e., users can enter partial data, save it and return later to edit or complete the data –Forgot password option – sends a link to your to reset your password DOT DOORS

7 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration ARRA DBE Monthly Reporting FAA Data Collector DBE ARRA data is being collected from airport sponsors each month via the FAA data collector, a link to the Airports Divisions SOAR program. The website is open for airport data entry at the beginning of each month for 5 days.

8 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration All sponsors receiving ARRA Grants must have "back up" documentation for the ARRA DBE data entered in SOAR e.g. contracts, invoices, etc., should be readily available and accessible for review in case of an audit. It is very important that the integrity of the DBE data can be confirmed. Use best practices as it relates to DBE documentation and recordkeeping. ARRA DBE Monthly Reporting

9 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration ARRA Reporting

10 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration Non DBEs$1,100,000,000 Total DBE Goal Amount$90,190,496 Average DBE Goal Percentage7.7% DBEs$100,374,570 Actual Overall DBE Percentage9.2% Total YTD DBE Payments$92,185,431 YTD DBE Percentage Completed102.2%

11 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration New Website FAA dbE Connect System https://faa.dbesystem.com/ https://faa.dbesystem.com/ This system is provided as a service to the DBE and ACDBE Community and is operated as a partnership between FAA and B2Gnow. Agencies and firms can search for DBE/ACDBE firms and view bid opportunities, DBE Appeal Decisions, DBE program training conferences, Airport Manager contact information and relevant news articles. Includes links to other DBE program information Agencies and firms are encouraged to create an account and login to utilize the detailed search and other capabilities of the system. –maintain your profile, post on the forums, and communicate with other firms

12 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration Justin Talbot-Stern B2Gnow

13 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration FAA/AMAC Conference 2010

14 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration FAA/AMAC Conference 2010 Currently 38,000 certified firms with 48,000 active certifications Carefully designed to eliminate duplication resulting from multi- source data. Includes MBE/WBE/SBE/HUB/SDVBE firms. Nationwide DBE/ACDBE Certified Directory

15 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration FAA/AMAC Conference 2010 Cumulative Searches 35,000 directory, bid board, and job board searches since Heavy Search Traffic

16 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration FAA/AMAC Conference 2010 Send your bid opportunities Send your job postings Provide certified directories –If you represent a certifying agency or are a partner in a UCP and your firms are not in the directory, they are missing out. Promote the directory to your colleagues, partners, contractors, customer How Can You Help?

17 2011 FAA-AMAC 27 th Annual Airport Business Diversity Conference Office of Civil Rights – We Are Who We Serve Federal Aviation Administration FAA DBE/ACDBE Compliance Staff Michael Freilich Elizabeth Medina Director, Civil Rights Western Pacific Region & DBE Compliance Administrative Assistant Ofelia MedinaEqual Opportunity Specialist Pat WrightAlaskan, Central, and New England Regions Gene RothEastern Region Nancy CibicGreat Lakes Region Anthony W. BrownSouthern Region Dolores LeyvaSouthwest Region Patricia WhiteWestern-Pacific Region Christine WhiteheadNorthwest Mountain Region Ricky WatsonDBE Complaints


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