Vision: To create a compliant
transportation model that promotes innovative
management concepts and techniques that will become
the standard for the state transportation systems.
Mission: To ensure that the Alabama Department of Transportation adheres to the legal mandates that govern the operational functions associated with the administration of the Civil Rights Programs. The obligation to not discriminate is based on the objective of Congress to not have funds which were collected in a non-discriminatory manner used in ways which subsidize, promote, or perpetuate discrimination based on race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
The Compliance and Business Opportunities Bureau
operates under the management of Deputy Director of
Administration, Lamar S. Woodham, Jr. The Bureau
was established on April 1, 2013 as a result of the
separation of the Personnel and Compliance Bureau
which had previously merged in February 2006. The
Bureau is now under the day-to-day direction of
Bureau Chief, Clarence H. Hampton whose
responsibility is to ensure the Alabama Department
of Transportation (ALDOT) is in full compliance with
all related federal and state nondiscriminatory
laws, regulations, directives, and executive orders
in all of its programs and activities. The Bureau
is designed to maintain the administration of a
continuous Equal Employment Opportunity
(EEO)/Affirmative Action Program for ALDOT regarding
The Compliance and Business Opportunities Bureau is organized into four operational Sections; Administration, Internal Programs, External Programs, and the Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE).