Note: Please answer all questions. Eighteen correct answers are required to show Title VI competency and to receive a certificate of completion.
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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, states that no person in the United States shall be excluded from participation in any programs, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination based on what?
2. Which should be a part of an Environmental Justice Process?
3. Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprises and other small, minority and women ¿ owned businesses should be provided the opportunity to bid on contracts by means of:
4. How should a sub-recipient disseminate Title VI information to the public?
5. Who is a Limited English Proficient Person?
6. How do you involve the public with the opportunity to provide input in the decision-making process of a proposed project?
7. What is Non-Compliance?
8. Environmental Justice addresses disproportionately high and adverse human health of what communities?
9. When utilizing the Four Factor Analysis which item(s) should be used to assess the population that would benefit from the federal program or activity?
10. How does an entity evaluate its current Limited English Proficiency Practices?

True or False

11. Sub-recipients are not required to have a Title VI Coordinator.
12. Sub-recipients are required to have a Limited English Proficiency Plan.
13. Citizens should not have to be included in the TDOT federally funded projects transportation decision - making process.
14. Sub-Recipients are required to submit Title VI Assurances.
15. New/current employees of department administering the TDOT federally funded grant does not have to be trained or informed on Title VI.
16. TDOT Sub-recipient Federal contracts do not have to contain nondiscrimination language.
17. Title VI complaint procedures and logs are not required for sub-recipients
18. Sub-recipients should monitor ethnicity and gender of contractors award bids for transportation - related federal contracts.
19. The inclusion of minorities on planning boards and commissions is critical in establishing an equal access planning system.
20. Sub-recipients that receive federal assistance should inform customers about Title VI annually.
I declare that this training/test was completed by the Title VI Coordinator of the entity receiving federal financial assistance from the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT).