Unified Certification Program (UCP) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Certified Firms

Workers install guardrail for the WIS 36 Burlington Bypass.
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A certified DBE installs guardrail for the WIS 36 Burlington Bypass​​​

To ensure your "Annual No Change Affidavit Form," "DBE Change to Business Form, "Tax Submissions" or "Extension Requests" is received and reviewed, please send your documentation via email to: DBE_Alert@dot.wi.gov and include the email purpose in the subject line.

​​Wisconsin DBE Unified Certification Program (UCP) ​Firms

Below are three resources that can assist prime contractors in identifying potential DBEs for upcoming proposals. The Office of Business Opportunity and Equity Compliance (OBOEC) updates the UCP Directory monthly and provides a monthly summary of changes. The UCP Directory can be downloaded as an Excel document, modified and used as a solicitation log, see the Good Faith Effort (GFE) Tool Kit​ and Appendix​​ documents. The interactive online map identifies DBE firms in the various regions throughout the state.​

​Monthly DBE Directory Updates

  • ​​​Spreadsheet that includes monthly updates to DBE contact information, newly certified and decertified DBE Firms and the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code expansions and reductions for DBE firms listed in the UCP Directory.​​

Access the UCP Directory

  • The UCP Directory is a combined resource from WisDOT, Milwaukee County, Dane County and the City of Madison.
    • ​​Please carefully review the NAICS code to ensure the DBE is certified for the DBE credit being claimed on any Attachments A.

UCP Directory Interactive Map

  • ​​​Tool that allows users to zoom in on locations of participating DBE firms​​.

If you run across outdated DBE information, please send the information to DBE_Alert@dot.wi.gov​​ and be as specific as possible. Lori Green from our team will reach out to you to follow-up.


​Civil Rights Compliance System (CRCS)

A web-based application for WisDOT and its many partners throughout the state and nation.​​

​If your firm plans on bidding on Wisconsin DOT construction projects, then it should be registered in our database.

Register with CRCS

Note - Your firm need only register once.

​Once your firm is registered, or if your firm is already registered, access CRCS and log in. You will have access to the contact information for every registered firm.

Log in to CRCS

  • Enter User ID and password
  • Click Submit
  • Click Report
  • Click Bidder's list

​​​​​Questions about CRCS, contact:

​Paul Ndon, ​Paul.Ndon@dot.wi.gov