BCT currently maintains the following certifications with state, local, and federal agencies:
About The New Jersey Department of Commerce and Economic Development Minority Enterprise Certification Program
The Uniform Certification Program was established by the state of New Jersey to encourage the development of small, minority-owned and women-owned business enterprises. New Jersey’s program provides a uniform and stringent procedure for certifying businesses owned by minorities and women to participate in public contract opportunities.
About The NJ Transit Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Development Program
NJ Transit has developed an application and certification procedure that follows the guidelines of the federal government’s Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program. In order to be certified as a DBE/MBE/WBE, a company must meet the stringent DBE review standards.
About The National Minority Supplier Development Council Certification Program
The New York/New Jersey Minority Purchasing Council was established in 1973 as a vital link between major corporations and the minority business community. Serving the New York/New Jersey Metro Region, the NY/NJ MPC is one of 39 affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). The Council’s Membership is made up of Fortune 500 Companies located in the NY/NJ region and committed to developing and utilizing minority-owned business as on-going sources of supply.