Ensuring that transit agencies are properly managing the millions of dollars in funding they receive from the Federal government is one of the primary missions of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Grants from the FTA come with numerous administrative and reporting requirements.
Capitol GCS can provide staff who are experts in both the requirements that come with FTA funding and evaluating compliance with those requirements.
If you are a prime contractor with an FTA oversight contract, we can help you meet your mandatory HUBZone and Woman Owned Business subcontracting requirements with experts in the field of FTA compliance audits.
If you are a transit agency, we can provide you the expertise you need to ensure that you are compliant with the FTA’s regulations, The staff at Capitol GCS have been responsible for successfully complying with these requirements at major transit agencies throughout the country. Capitol GCS can help your agency meet the requirements that come with FTA funding by providing experts who have been there, solved that!
Subject Matter Experts
Mr. Rogers is participating with the Transit Executive Bench after completing a 39-year career with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in 2018. He served the prior 22 years as the Regional Administrator (RA) of Region IX, headquartered in San Francisco with a satellite office in Los Angeles.
Mr. Vila is a hands-on executive experienced in acquisition policy, practice and project management, in both public and private sectors for 35 years. Managed all phases of solicitation, analysis and negotiation of major agency service and equipment contracts for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan transportation, bus and rail transit operations, including major construction projects.
Mr. Frum is a highly experienced Procurement Manager with over 38 years’ experience in the areas of management, budgeting and supporting operations of multi-million-dollar construction and service contracts in various states and countries. He is experienced with procurement functions for public transit agencies funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS). He is also very knowledgeable of all federal and state regulations governing the expenditure of granted funds.
Mr. Skotz is a transit industry veteran with over 35 years’ executive level experience in establishing and managing the administrative functions of transit agencies in the state of Maryland. In addition, he has over 20 years’ experience fulfilling FTA administrative requirements for Procurement System Reviews and Triannual Audits