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City of Madison Department of Civil Rights. Executive Order 11246 A set of specific results-oriented procedures to which an organization commits itself.

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1 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights

2 Executive Order A set of specific results-oriented procedures to which an organization commits itself to apply every good faith effort to: Eliminate disparity in hiring and promoting of groups Eliminate underutilization Ensure equal opportunity Identify barriers which interfere with EEO to ALL employees

3 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights City of Madison Affirmative Action Ordinance (Madison General Ordinance 3.58) Equal Opportunity Ordinance (Madison General Ordinance 3.23) Nondiscrimination Based on Disability in City Facilities and City-Assisted Programs and Activities (Madison General Ordinance 3.72)

4 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Department of Civil Rights Mission - “… Responsible for ensuring that the rights of all people are respected and that all persons are given the equal opportunities to succeed based upon their personal merits...” (MGO 39.01)

5 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Department of Civil Rights Affirmative Action Division Equal Opportunities Division Disability Rights and Services Program

6 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Affirmative Action Division To provide equal employment and promotional opportunities and equal access to public services for all persons from all segments of the Madison community.

7 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights City Programs Wage Compliance Labor Compliance TBE Program Other Programs Prevailing Wage Living Wage Contract Compliance Job Skills Bank DBE MBE WBE SBE AA Prog. -Recruiter Civil Rights Compliance LAP AASPIRE

8 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Wage Compliance Prevailing Wage Living Wage

9 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Prevailing Wage Developed to discourage the awarding of contracts to employers who frequently underbid local or smaller sized companies with lesser hourly wages in order to secure contracts.

10 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Prevailing Wage Davis-Bacon Act Wisconsin Statute Madison General Ordinance Madison General Ordinance 4.23

11 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Living Wage All employees who perform work as a part of a covered contract(s) must be paid a minimum hourly wage Madison General Ordinance 4.20

12 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Labor Compliance Contract Compliance Job Skills Bank

13 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights “A central premise underlying affirmative action is that, absent discrimination, over time a contractor’s workforce, generally, will reflect the gender, racial and ethnic profile of the labor pool from which the contractor recruits and selects.” 41 CFR 60

14 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Contract Compliance Monitor and enforce the City’s equal opportunity policy for companies doing business with the City Monitor and evaluate non-exempt entities Affirmative Action Plans 41 Code of Federal Regulations 60-2

15 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Job Skills Bank Employment opportunities with organizations receiving City of Madison assistance and businesses contracting with the City of Madison. There is no requirement that a person is hired; however all qualified, referred applicants are expected to receive an interview.

16 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Targeted Business Programs This program consists of conducting certification, outreach and recruitment of businesses that qualify to do business with the city on different city projects.

17 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Targeted Business Programs Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Minority-owned Business Enterprise (MBE) Women-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) Small Business Enterprise (SBE)

18 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Disadvantaged Business Enterprise A majority of the business is owned and controlled by one or more socially and economically disadvantaged individuals. 49 Code of Federal Regulations Part 26 –Requires DBE Program of all USDOT funding recipients

19 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Minority-owned Business Enterprise A business organized for profit, performing a commercially useful function and a majority of it is owned and controlled by one or more racial/ethnic affirmative action group member(s). 24 Code of Federal Regulations 84.44(b) 24 Code of Federal Regulations 85.36(e) Requires MBE and WBE Programs of US HUD funding recipients

20 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Women-owned Business Enterprise A business organized for profit, performing a commercially useful function and a majority of it is owned and controlled by one or more women. 24 Code of Federal Regulations 84.44(b) 24 Code of Federal Regulations 85.36(e) Requires MBE and WBE Programs of US HUD funding recipients

21 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Small Business Enterprise A business organized for profit, performing a commercially useful function that is independently owned and controlled and averaged annual gross receipts of $750,000 or less over the last three year period. Madison General Ordinance 3.58

22 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Other Division Programs Affirmative Action Program –Civil Rights Recruiter Specialist Civil Rights Compliance Program Language Assistance Program Affirmative Action Student Professionals in Residence (AASPIRE)

23 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Affirmative Action Program Provides consultation and guidance for the development and implementation of a Citywide Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Plan Develops recruitment strategies for municipal vacancies

24 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Affirmative Action Program Includes relevant goals and objectives to measure progress and prevent discrimination 41 Code of Federal Regulations 60-2

25 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Civil Rights Compliance No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any City program or activity on grounds of race, color, national origin and/or disability.

26 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Civil Rights Compliance Executive Order Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1987 (PL ) Madison General Ordinance 3.58

27 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Affirmative Action Student Professionals in Residence 2006

28 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Affirmative Action Student Professionals in Residence Internships for members of groups engaged in college level studies Consideration given to individuals who have experienced a period of long-term unemployment or underemployment Goal is that some of these individuals will be encouraged to go into the Public Sector

29 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Language Assistance Program Ensure equal access to and full participation in all City services, programs and activities to all persons, including those individuals with Limited English Proficiency (LEP). Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Title VI regulations, prohibiting discrimination based on national origin Executive Order issued in 2000.

30 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights Civil Rights Recruiter Specialist Enhancing recruitment strategies through education and outreach

31 City of Madison Department of Civil Rights CONCLUSION THANK YOU

32 Presented by City of Madison Department of Civil Rights (Phone) (Textnet) (Fax)


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