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Nondiscrimination Policies

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE) GOALS FOR OKLAHOMA CITY AIRPORT TRUST

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust hereby publishes overall DBE goals for Will Rogers World Airport, Wiley Post Airport and Clarence E. Page Airport for FY 2021-2023:  
  • Will Rogers World Airport - 8.8% Race-Conscious Goal
  • Wiley Post Airport - 6.2% Race-Conscious Goal
  • Clarence E. Page Airport - 5.8% Race-Conscious Goal
The methodology used in developing these goals is available for review and comment during normal business hours at the Oklahoma City Airport Trust’s administrative offices, 7100 Terminal Drive, Unit 937, Oklahoma City, OK 73159.  Comments on the goal or methodology will be acceptedin writing through January 8, 2021. Written comments can be submitted via email to airports-federalprogram@okc.gov or at the Oklahoma City Airport Trust's administrative offices between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.
 
A stakeholder’s meeting to discuss the goal development process, goals and to receive feedback on the goals will be held via a Microsoft Teams meeting December 15, 2020 at 2:00pm. You will be sent the Microsoft Teams link once your registration is received. All interested stakeholders, including minority business owners, contractors, economic development groups or other interested parties are invited to attend. Please register to attend the meeting by completing the form below.
 
For comments and additional information, please contact Tara Summerlin,(405)-316-3216, tara.summerlin@okc.gov.

To register for the stakeholder's meeting, complete and send this form. All fields are required:

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CIVIL RIGHTS, ADA & SECTION 504

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust (OCAT) has agreed that no person shall, on the sole ground of a disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimation in any program or activity conducted with, or benefiting from, or in the use of facilities where funds were received from federal financial assistance from the Department of Transportation. Further, OCAT has agreed not to discriminate in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, their programs or activities. 

The OCAT has also agreed that no person shall, on the grounds of race, creed, color, national origin, sex or age be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in any program or activity conducted with, or benefiting from funds received from any federal financial assistance. OCAT's contractors, subcontractors, or tenants must likewise agree not to discriminate any person on the grounds of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust has a grievance procedure providing for prompt and equitable resolution of complaints alleging any action prohibited by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), or the Civit Rights Act of 1964. Any complaints of discrimination based on race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age or disability whether by OCAT, Airport staff, or any of OCAT's contractors, subcontractors or tenants should be addresses to OCAT's designated coordinator:
Brittany David
Federal Program Manager/ADA § 504 and Title VI Compliance Coordinator
7100 Terminal Drive, Unit 937
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
405-316-3223
brittany.david@okc.gov
 

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS AND ADA

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust (OCAT) has a policy that provides guidance to all Department of Airports employees and all airport tenants and their employees regarding reasonable accommodation requests.  Click here to view the Reasonable Accommodation Request and ADA policy.  For additional information or concerns contact OCAT’s designated ADA coordinator:

Brittany David
Federal Program Manager/ADA § 504 and Title VI Compliance Coordinator
7100 Terminal Drive, Unit 937
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
405-316-3223
brittany.david@okc.gov

AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT/REHABILITATION ACT SELF-EVALUATION PRACTICES

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust (OCAT) periodically conducts a self-evaluation of the programs, services, activities and facilities at its three airports to ensure that they comply with Title II of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act as required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).  A comprehensive evaluation is conducted at least once every three years.  Click here to view the entire American with Disabilities Act/Rehabilitation Act Self-Evaluation Policy.   For additional information or concerns contact OCAT’s designated ADA coordinator:
Brittany David
Federal Program Manager/ADA § 504 and Title VI Compliance Coordinator
7100 Terminal Drive, Unit 937
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
405-316-3223
brittany.david@okc.gov
 
DISADVANTAGED AIRPORT CONCESSION BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (ACDBE) GOALS FOR OKLAHOMA CITY AIRPORT TRUST
Oklahoma City Airport Trust published overall goals for Will Rogers World Airport’s Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) Program for FY 2019-2021.  
  • Will Rogers World Airport
    • Non-Car Rental Concession Goal - 3.6%
    • Car Rental Concession Goal - 0.002%
The methodology used in developing these goals is available for review and comment during normal business hours, at the Oklahoma City Airport Trust’s administrative offices, 7100 Terminal Drive, Unit 937, Oklahoma City, OK 73159.  
 
For additional information please contact Charlene Kirk at (405)-316-3267 or charlene.kirk@okc.gov.
 

DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (DBE) & AIRPORT CONCESSION DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (ACDBE)

All responses to requests for bids or proposals for the Oklahoma City Airport Trust must be submitted electronically through the City of Oklahoma City's online solicitation vendor, BidSync. Potential bidders and proposers must pre-register for electronic bidding at www.bidsync.com before being able to review or submit a bid or proposal. Once registered, interested parties may receive notifications of upcoming jobs, updates and submit bids or proposals through the same site, www.bidsync.com. The Oklahoma City Airport Trust will not receive any bids or proposals via mail or in-person delivery. Click here to view a training video that will get you started.

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin or sex in the award or performance of any DOT assisted contract covered by 49 CFR Part 26, or in the award and performance of any concession activity contract covered by 49 CFR Part 23. In addition, the Oklahoma City Airport trust will not discriminate on the same grounds in the administration of its DBE and ACDBE programs.

The Oklahoma City Airport Trust encourages qualified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) to bid or to partner with a bidding contractor on all our construction contracts or equipment purchases especially those receiving federal assistance. DBE's are also encouraged to attend pre-bid or pre-solicitation meetings and to partner with a prime contractor if not bidding directly on a project. A qualified DBE could provide services, materials or equipment directly or indirectly. A small business which is not certified as a DBE, but which may qualify for DBE status, is encouraged to contact the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) Civil Rights Division for information and assistance on becoming certified. ODOT's Civil Rights Division can be found at ok.gov/odot or by phone, 405-521-6046.

Likewise, on concession solicitations any qualified Airport Concession Disadvantaged Business Entities (ACDBE) is encouraged to bid or propose directly as a concessionaire or to contract, partner or enter into a joint venture with a concessionaire to supply services, materials, or equipment. ACDBE's are also encouraged to attend pre-bid meetings and to partner with a prime concessionaire if not bidding directly on a project. A qualified ACDBE could provide services, materials, or equipment to the Trust or to an Airport concessionaire. A small business which is not certified as an ACDBE, but which may qualify for ACDBE status, is encouraged to contact the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) Civil Rights Division for information and assistance on becoming certified. ODOT's Civil Rights Divison can be found at ok.gov/odot or by phone, 405-521-6046.

Click here to view the entire DBE program.  
Click here to view the entire ACDBE program.