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FHWA Office of Civil Rights

Points of Contact

Martha Kenley
DBE/Contractor Compliance Team Leader
(202) 366-8110
Martha.Kenley@dot.gov

David Pinckney
Program Analyst
(202) 366-1583
David.Pinckney@dot.gov

Guidance/Technical Assistance

Useful Links

  • USDOT FHWA Resource Center (Training Courses):
    • Contractor Compliance Training Course: 4 hours – 1 day

      This course focuses on the Equal Employment Opportunity program objectives and authorities, and how to apply appropriate authorities in making EO compliance determinations. This course also highlights the key roles and responsibilities of FHWA, State transportation agencies, and contractors to ensure EO in Federal-aid highway construction projects. Contact: Sandra Talbert-Jackson, (410) 962-0116, Sandy.TalbertJackson@dot.gov.

    • Equal Opportunity Contractor Compliance Reviews Course:

      This course focuses on the Equal Opportunity Contractor Compliance Program objectives, background and how to apply appropriate authorities in making EO compliance determinations. A detailed overview of the contract compliance review process is also covered. This course also highlights the key roles and responsibilities of FHWA, State transportation agencies, and contractors to ensure EO in Federal-aid highway construction projects. Contact: Sandra Talbert-Jackson, (410) 962-0116, Sandy.TalbertJackson@dot.gov.

    • Preventing Discrimination in the Federal-Aid Highway Program Course: 8 hours - 2 days

      This course targets how to apply Title VI, as well as how to integrate law and regulation implementation in each Federal-aid highway project from an interdisciplinary approach. The course provides an understanding of Title VI and other related non-discriminatory authorities; defines the roles and responsibilities for implementing the Title VI program; and explains the systematic, interdisciplinary approach. Contact: Sandra Talbert-Jackson, (410) 962-0116, Sandy.TalbertJackson@dot.gov.

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