ARC’s policy is that all procurement transactions will be conducted in a manner that provides maximum open and free competition consistent with the efficient performance of our work program and with the Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments (the federal “Common Rule”).
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The ARC maintains a list of consulting firms eligible for consideration for future Requests for Proposals. For your firm to be included in the list, please complete the Potential Consultant Application, including the appropriate areas of expertise. You may also include a qualification package when you return the Application. Form and content for the qualification package are left to the discretion of your firm.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
ARC policies include equal opportunity for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), as defined in Chapter 49, Part 26 of the Code of Federal Regulations, to participate in the performance of the Commission's contracts. This policy is more fully described in ARC's DBE Plan (pdf) and DBE Goal (xls).
If you wish to be considered as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), you must be certified by an appropriate entity. The Georgia Department of Transportation is that entity for the entire state. ARC will accept a certification from another entity that receives US Department of Transportation funds if the certification specifies compliance under the Code of Federal Regulations Title 49, Section 26.
If you have questions about our contracting process or the DBE program, please contact Financial Services.