What is the Florida UCP DBE Directory?
The Florida Unified Certification Program Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (UCP DBE) is a searchable listing of all certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) firms eligible to perform work under the federal DBE Program.
The Florida UCP DBE Directory is updated daily and includes information pertaining to the firm’s certification status, including its assigned North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes, available work locations and contact information. Advanced search options allow users a means to customize searches, filter items, and sort results based on specific needs. The Florida UCP DBE Directory makes extensive use of the following acronyms/terms.
How do I use this directory?
The Florida UCP DBE Directory is published to help contractors and consultants identify subcontractors and subconsultants eligible to participate on federally funded contracts towards the attainment of DBE goals.
- All certified DBE and ACDBE firms listed in this directory have been approved under the eligibility standards and guidelines set forth in the Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 23 and 26.
- It is the contractor/consultant’s responsibility to evaluate the DBE’s ability to perform on any given project.
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Are DBE and MBE the same?
DBE certification is a part of the federal DBE program. It is separate and distinct from the State Minority, Women, and/or Service-Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises Program (MBE). Information regarding the MBE program is located with the Florida Department of Management Services: Office of Supplier Diversity.
Florida UCP Certifying Members are responsible for ensuring that DBE information is accurate.
If you have any questions, please contact the FDOT Equal Opportunity Office at (850) 414-4747 or e-mail DBECert.Help@dot.state.fl.us.