New York State Unified Certification Program

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About the System

Welcome to the New York State Unified Certification Program Certification Portal! The NYSUCP is responsible for DBE certification in the state of New York and provides firms with "one-stop" shopping.

To apply for DBE certification you may contact any one of the four NYSUCP Certifying Partners listed below. Firms interested in ACDBE Certification must apply through the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey or Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority.

Get DBE Certified or Manage your DBE Certification

Click on a partner logo to apply or manage (e.g. request code expansion, submit annual affidavit) your certification. If your firm is applying for the first time, you may apply with any of the certifying partners listed below. Previous applicants must submit to the partner you originally applied with.

Please note: The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certification program is a federal program which is administered in New York State by the New York State Unified Certification Program. The DBE program is separate and distinct from Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) certification programs. To apply for MWBE certification with New York State, click here and you will be brought to New York State Empire State Development’s MWBE certification application system. To apply for MWBE certification with the Port Authority of NY & NJ, click here.”

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