U.S. Department of Transportation Issues New Guidance on Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program

Rockville, MD (PressExposure) February 03, 2009 -- The Department of Transportation has issued new guidelines on administering the Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) in response to potential funding increases due to Federal Stimulus 2009. The Department anticipates that the DBE program and regulations will apply to Federally-assisted contracts receiving funds from the proposed recovery package.

Government business and contracts intelligence provider, fedXccel, has reviewed new guidance issued by the US Department of Transportation that outlines specific actions to be taken by recipients of Federal Financial Assistance maximize opportunities for Disadvantaged Business. The guidance by the Department of Transportation advises funding recipients to begin their outreach activities as soon as possible. Recipients and prime contractors are advised to be as inclusive as possible in utilizing all available Disadvantaged Business Enterprise firms.

fedXccel has made available the full text of the Department of Transportation guidance available for easy download on their website [http://www.fedXccel.com] (Click on Download FREE Reports). Also, register for a Free Webinar on “How To Create a Federal Sub-contracting Plan and Implement a Supplier Diversity Program” by going to [http://www.fedXccel.com] and clicking on “Free Webinars”.

For more information on how you can implement an effective, efficient and economical Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) outreach program, schedule a free custom consulting session with an experienced Government Specialist at (877) FED 2WIN or visit [http://www.fedXccel.com].

About NetXccel, Inc.

Contact:
Gaurav "GP" Pal
NetXccel, Inc.
9700 Great Seneca Highway
Rockville, MD 20850
301-217-0113
info@netxccel.com
[http://www.fedxccel.com]


fedXccel has made available the full text of the Department of Transportation guidance available for easy download on their website [http://www.fedXccel.com] (Click on Download FREE Reports). Also, register for a Free Webinar on “How To Create a Federal Sub-contracting Plan and Implement a Supplier Diversity Program” by going to [http://www.fedXccel.com] and clicking on “Free Webinars”.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 03, 2009 at 3:37 am
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