New DBE and ACDBE Regulations Make It Easier to Qualify for DBE Certification

Danielle Dietrich

New regulations which went into effect on May 9, 2024, will open opportunities for additional minority and/or women-owned and controlled small businesses to take advantage of the DBE and ACDBE programs.

There’s exciting news for companies working on federally assisted contracts for highway, transit and/or aviation projects. The United States Department of Transportation issued a new Final Rule that goes into effect on May 9, 2024, modernizing and streamlining the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program and the Airport Concessions DBE (ACDBE) program regulations.

Considering the new regulations, Attorney Danielle Dietrich is currently offering flat fee services reviewing certification applications or denials of applications. Please reach out to Danielle for more details.

If your company has questions about how these new regulations, or about DBE or ACDBE certification generally, please contact Danielle Dietrich, Esq. at or 412-449-9141.

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