Contract Compliance provides education, evaluation and enforcement of the City's equal opportunity and affirmative action policies for all companies doing business with the City of Madison.
This is accomplished through various meetings, trainings, audits, onsite visits and mandatory reporting, including affirmative action plans. Contract Compliance is also responsible for monitoring the compliance of non-exempt contractors, developers, community-based organizations, vendors and suppliers with Madison General Ordinance 39.02 and their affirmative action plan.
Affirmative Action Plans
The Affirmative Action Plan is designed to ensure that entities seeking to enter into a contract with the City of Madison, are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all. The AA plan identifies targeted areas in which good faith efforts should be made to improve the utilization of applicants and employees who are:
- Racial/ethnic group members,
- Or persons with disabilities.
For instructions about how to enter your plan, visit: Affirmative Action Plan Instructions
Community-Based Organizations - Your community-based or non-profit organization has a contract with or receives funds from Community Services, CDBG or another City agency.
Individual Developer - You or your organization have no employees and must file an affirmative action plan as a condition of your Development Agreement with the City of Madison.
Public Works Projects - Your firm has a Public Works contract with the City of Madison, is applying for prequalification or is otherwise providing construction services to a City agency.
Vendors and Suppliers - Your firm provides goods or services to a City agency (e.g. Purchasing, IT, Police, etc).