NAHP Implementation Guide
This NAHP guide outlines the process of implementing the Native American Hiring Provision from project identification through construction. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), contractors, and the tribe each have specific roles and responsibilities with the NAHP. The purpose of this guide is to provide the tribe with key information that will help streamline communication and lead to successful implementation of the NAHP. This guide is for any tribal staff who will facilitate implementation of the hiring provision, including Tribal Leadership, Human Resources, Labor Development, and Roads Departments.
The DBE program started with Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1982, which set a national goal of placing at least 10 percent of federal highway and transit funds with persons who qualify as disadvantaged small business operators. A subsequent act in 1987 included women.
WisDOT invests $600-700 million annually in federal and state dollars for highway, airport and transit projects. These funds translate into millions of dollars in transportation-related contracts and project work for DBE firms. Further information can be found at the following website.
DBE information on this application will be updated near the first of every month. The Construction Projects (6 Year) layer is updated every Saturday as a weekly refresh of the data.
Questions related to the DBE information can be directed to Paul Ndon (414-438-4584 or firstname.lastname@example.org). Questions related to the application or construction projects (6 year) can be directed to Dan Johnston (715-315-2432 or email@example.com).