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ATA Board - Meeting Minutes 2015

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MAY 20, 2015 -  ATA Annual Board of Directors Meeting                                 

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014 00:00

ATA BOARD COMMITTEES - The Members 2017-2018

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Anthony Viglione, Chairman
Rhett Kennedy, Vice Chairman
Harry Whiteman, Treasurer
Kenneth Wingo, Secretary

POLICY COMMITTEE
Kenneth Wingo, Chairman
Richard Stover
Harry Whiteman
John Todd
Chuck Allen

FACILITIES & EQUIPMENT
Harry Whiteman, Chairman
Kenneth Wingo
John Todd
Rhett Kennedy
Richard Castonguay

BUDGET COMMITTEE
Anthony Viglione, Chairman
Kenneth Wingo
Dave Wolfe
Harry Whiteman
Richard Stover
William Setree

PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
Michael Galluzzi, Chairman
Anthony Viglione
Rhett Kennedy
Dave Wolfe
Richard Castonguay
Chuck Allen

JOINT EXECUTIVE COMMMITTEE
(VACANCY), Chairman
Anthony Viglione
Kenneth Wingo
William Setree


REVISED 08-31-2017

 

 

Monday, 22 September 2014 00:00

ATA Policy Committee Meeting Minutes

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ATA POLICY COMMITTEE MINUTES 04-29-15

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The Area Transportation Authority of North Central Pennsylvania hereby announces its federal FY 2015-2017 Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) goals for operating and construction procurement opportunities of .19% and 1.56% respectively in the ATA service area including of  Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Elk, Jefferson, McKean and Potter Counties. 

The goal and its rationale are available for inspection from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at its regional headquarters at 44 Transportation Center, Johnsonburg, Pa 15845; its satellite operations offices at 178 Spider Lake Road, DuBois; or 37 Rutherford Run Road, Bradford; or on its website at www.rideata.com for 45 days following the first date of publication of this notice.  Written comments on this goal will be accepted for 45 days from the first date of publication. 

Comments should be addressed to:

Area Transportation Authority

Attn:  Coletta Corioso, Chief Financial Officer

44 Transportation Center, Johnsonburg, Pa 15845

or email to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

ATA welcomes opportunities to assist minority and woman owned businesses in obtaining certification as a DBE through the Pennsylvania Unified Certification Program. 

For more information please visit the website:  http://www.paucp.com/

Determining ATA DBE Goals for FYs 2014-2017

As a sub-recipient of federal funds for public transportation, ATA is required to establish DBE goals.  These goals must be advertised before adoption by the Board for any public comments which may affect the establishment of the goal. 

The following describes the process used to establish proposed goal for the Operating and Construction related opportunities.

Determining Procurement Opportunities

The type of procurement opportunities were first determined for both the operating budget and potential construction projects. 

The operating procurement opportunities include the purchase of fuel, fluids, bus parts, tires, office supplies, newspaper subscriptions, radio & TV advertising, telecommunications and other information services, commercial printing, legal, auditing, computer programming, janitorial, landscaping, and catering related activities. 

Determining Number of Firms with NAICS Appropriate Codes

After determining that these were the types of opportunities that may be procured for the 3 year period beginning July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2017, the U. S. Census NAICS database was consulted.  Appropriate company codes were determined (e.g., 447190 for gasoline stations, 453210 for office supplies, etc.).

The ATA determined that its procurement catchment area included the area in which services are offered (Cameron, Clearfield, Elk, Jefferson, McKean and Potter counties) and surrounding counties.  This incorporates a seventeen county area from which the number of total firms established with the appropriate codes is counted. 

Determining Number of DBE Firms with NAICS Appropriate Codes

The Pennsylvania Unified Certification Program maintains a database of all registered disadvantaged business enterprised as either a Minority Business Enterprise, a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise or both a Minority & Woman Owned Business Enterprise.  These firms are certified through authorized agencies.  Once certified, the information on the DBE firm is included in the database to determine what firms are offering goods/services as qualified DBE firms.

From the PAUCP DBE database, the number of firms providing goods or services for the catchment area is determined by extracting the number of DBE firms in the 17 counties, and reviewing each one for the appropriate NAICS codes.  These firms are counted in the # of DBE firms in the catchment area.

Calculating the DBE Goal

The goal is calculated by divided the number of DBE firms in the catchment area by the total number of firms in the same catchment area.  The following are the resulting calculations:

 

Operating

Construction

Total Firms in Catchment Area

1587

1982

Total DBE firms in Catchment Area

3

31

% of DBE firms to Total Firms

.19 %

1.56%