Partners help DOT diversify

KEVIN BENNETT, of Capital Curbing Inc., works on a curb project on Route 107 in Burrillville. The company has used the Mission 360 program to expand its business. /
KEVIN BENNETT, of Capital Curbing Inc., works on a curb project on Route 107 in Burrillville. The company has used the Mission 360 program to expand its business. /
A new R.I. Department of Transportation program is looking to take a full-circle approach to providing local minority-owned firms their chance to get work through government contracts. Launched in March, Mission 360° aims to give local disadvantaged business enterprises (DBEs) greater opportunities to get work derived from U.S. Department of Transportation funding as well as…

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