The mission of the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) is to ensure that those who live, work, and travel in New York State have a safe, efficient, and environmentally sound transportation system.
The Agency’s major areas of procurement include heavy highway construction contracts, engineering consultant services, other professional (non-engineering) services, and the purchase of commodities. NYSDOT’s Main Office is in Albany, with 11 Regional offices in Albany, Utica, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Hornell, Watertown, Poughkeepsie, Binghamton, Hauppauge and New York City. NYSDOT is committed to a Civil Rights program that prevents and eliminates discrimination on the basis of color, religion, race, national origin or disability in all of its operations, procurements, services, and employment. The agency is further committed to promoting an equitable environment in which protected groups can compete fairly for contracts and subcontracts.
NYSDOT’s Office of Civil Rights administers the Federal Title VI program, and the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise, On-the-Job Training, Small Business Development, and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business programs. The Director of NYSDOT’s Office of Civil Rights, in coordination with NYSDOT’s Divisions and Regional offices, is responsible for the development and implementation of NYSDOT’s Civil Rights programs.
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