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SEPTA is committed in our efforts to expand contracting opportunities for small, minority and woman-owned businesses (DBE Policy Statement). Our DBE Program Office provides technical assistance, training, and other resources for vendors looking to do business with us. Contact us at DBEProgram@septa.org.

In accordance with the DBE regulations codified at 49 Code of Federal Regulations Part 26 (49 CFR, Part 26), SEPTA developed its triennial DBE participation methodology and goal, which have been approved by the Federal Transit Administration. The DBE goal established for Federal Fiscal Years 2018 through 2020 is 15%.

Certification is not required to do business with SEPTA. Interested vendors must register in our electronic Procurement System (ePS) to receive notification of opportunities in their respective areas of expertise. However, DBE certification is required for small, minority and woman-owned businesses seeking to participate on Federally-funded, transit-related projects as as DBE. SEPTA's DBE PRogram Office processes DBE certifications in accordance with 49 CFR, Part 26.

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