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5.33.076 Equal Employment Opportunity.

City Code Section

(Added by Ordinance No. 187373, effective October 14, 2015.)

A.  It is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, familial status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation or source of income in programs, activities, services, benefits, and employment whether carried out by the City of Portland, directly or through a contractor or any other entity with whom the City of Portland arranges to carry out its programs and activities except as allowed by federal law, rules and regulations.

B.  Any person, vendor, contractor, or entity of any type must be registered with the City of Portland as an EEO Employer in order to be eligible to be awarded any Contract.

C.  Procurement Services has the authority to adopt rules, establish standards and procedures it deems necessary to effectively carry out this program

D.  Contractors and Subcontractors shall provide all information requested by the City to assist it in performing its duties.

E.  If the City receives a complaint filed by any person or entity that alleges prohibited discrimination by a Contractor or Subcontractor, or when information comes into its possession indicating that a Contractor or Subcontractor may have engaged in prohibited discrimination, the City may conduct an investigation to determine whether the complaint or the information is correct.