​​​​ Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Resources​

As a recipient of Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funding, the city of Phoenix provides the following resource information for DBEs.

Phoenix Public Transit updates its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise goal every three years and it's that time again.  

If you’re interested in learning about the department'​​​​​​s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) goal click on the below presentation or downloable PDF. The presentation includes upcoming projects the city of Phoenix and its subrecipients have planned in the next three years.  This is a great way to learn about and plan for upcoming projects before they are formally advertised.

The public comment period started August 26 and will run through September 28, 2020. At any time during the public comment period, comments can be provided by contacting:

• Renee Standing tree at Renee.Standing.Tree@phoenix.gov or (602)534-2667

• Donald Mayes at donald.mayes@phoenix.gov or (602)262-7502

• Or via direct mail to: Public Transit Department, Attn: DBE Triennial, 302 N. 1st Ave., Suite 900, Phoenix, AZ 85003 ​​

DBE Certification

To learn more about becoming certified as a DBE you must apply online with one of the three Arizona Unified Certification Partners (AZUCP).

City of Phoenix - for all firms located in Maricopa County, AZ and for any firm seeking airport concession as a DBE (ACDBE).

City of Tucson - for all firms located in Pima County, AZ.

Arizona Department of Transportation - all firms located outside of Maricopa and Pima counties and any firm seeking interstate application.

Goods and Services

To become a vendor of goods and services for the city of Phoenix visit: https://www.phoenix.gov/finance/vendorsreg

For more information about business certification and upcoming networking events and informational workshops visit: phoenix.gov/eod/programs  or call 602-262-6790 or 602-534-1557

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Construction and Design

For information on current construction opportunities, project interview/bid results and project sections visit: 



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Partner agency procurement opportunities

In addition to contracting opportunities with the city of Phoenix, there are other cities and agencies who receive FTA funds through the city of Phoenix. You are encouraged to contact each subrecipeint directly to learn about their current procurement opportunities. Click on any of the images below to go directly to their respective procurement website.

Avondale logo
Buckeye logo

Chandler logo
El Mirago logo
Gilbert logo
Glendale logo
Goodyear logo
Guadalupe logo
Maricopa Association of Governments logo
Mesa logo
Peoria logo
Scottsdale logo
Surprise logo
Tempe logo
Tolleson logo
Valley Metro logo

Other recipients of federal funds include:

Maricopa County logoArizona Department of Transportation logo