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All recipients of federal funds, directly or indirectly as subrecipients, are required to comply with Title VI. For consultants & contactors this includes being able to demonstrate the following:
INDOT is required to ensure contractors and consultants who receive federal funds are in compliance with Title VI requirements.. Training is provided and we require Title VI Coordinators to receive regular Title VI training at a minimum of every 2-3 years. Requirements change and it is your responsibility to ensure you stay current and up to date with the requirements. You may attend training sessions as often as you like. There is no charge for training but space is limited for in person attendance.
Attention Contractors concerned about checking the boxes in the 2017 prequalification packet: The materials you need should be available on this website. For 2017, downloading and reviewing the power point slides from this site and maintaining a record of doing so COUNTS AT HAVING RECEIVED CURRENT TRAINING. Please contact Erin Hall at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Virtual Office Hours for Q&A
Additional questions or concerns can be addressed by participating in our virtual office hours on the Third Wednesday of most months as follows: (2016-17 program year dates listed below)
The dial-in information for these office hours is as follows:
Call in toll free: 1-877-422-1931
Conference Code: 169-932-3916
If you are having difficulty calling in during these hours, please email Erin Hall at Ehall2@INDOT.IN.gov
Please also consider the following resources:
Prohibition of Discrimination on the Basis of Sex (23 USC 324)
Prohibits discrimination based on sex in any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance and provides that the provision shall be enforced through agency provisions and rules similar to those used to enforce Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in addition to any other legal remedies available.
Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (42 USC 6101-6107)
Prohibits discrimination on the basis of age in any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.
Limited English Proficiency (LEP)
Pursuant to Executive Order 13166, INDOT must take reasonable steps to ensure meaningful access to its services to persons who have a limited ability to read, speak, write or understand English. LEP persons may be entitled to language assistance.
Environmental Justice (EJ)
Under Executive Order 12898, INDOT must administer and implement its programs, policies and activities that affect human health or the environment so as to identify and avoid "disproportionately high and adverse" effects on minority and low-income populations while ensuring that minority and low-income populations receive an equitable distribution of the benefits.
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