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INDOT > Accessibility & Non-Discrimination > Title VI / ADA Information & Resources for Consultants & Contractors Title VI/ADA Information & Resources

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:

  • Identifying your Title VI Coordinator and ensuring they have received training
  • Having a Title VI Nondiscrimination Policy
  • Ensuring all staff are regularly trained in Title VI requirements
  • Having a Title VI Complaint Policy, Complaint Form and Complaint Log (regardless of whether you have received any complaints) and notifying INDOT if and when a complaint is received.
  • Having a policy for how you will monitor subrecipients of federal funds if you enter into contracts where you are paying federal funds to anyone else and ensuring the assurances of nondiscrimination are part of those contracts. 
  • Signing the assurances of nondiscrimination
  • Posting the “It’s the Law” poster at your worksites
  • Monitoring how you operate to ensure discrimination does not exist (i.e., keeping records that demonstrate you advertise business opportunities broadly and make attempts to improve diversity and being able to demonstrate that those entities with whom you do business are diverse enough to not appear discriminatory.)
  • Certifying the above as part of the prequalification process
  • Maintaining all records related to Title VI, including training materials and attendance logs, for three (3) years from the date of last action.

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 ehall2@indot.in.gov if you have any questions.