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File #: 200590-A    Version: Name:
Type: Bill Status: ENACTED
File created: 10/29/2020 In control: Committee on Law and Government
On agenda: Final action: 12/10/2020
Title: Amending Title 17 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Contracts and Procurement," by amending Chapter 17-100, entitled "Procurement Contracts," and Chapter 17-1400, entitled "Non-Competitively Bid Contracts; Financial Assistance," to add disclosure requirements related to prior contracting experience and the demographic characteristics of employees, other sources of labor, and board members of contractors and subcontractors for City contracts for public works, other competitively bid services, and professional services, and by adding reporting requirements, all under certain terms and conditions.
Sponsors: Councilmember Parker, Council President Clarke
Code sections: 17-100 - Procurement Contracts
Attachments: 1. CertifiedCopy200590-A02.pdf
Date Ver.Action ByActionResultTallyAction DetailsVideo
1/27/20212 MAYOR SIGNED   Action details Not available
12/10/20201 CITY COUNCIL     Not available Not available
12/3/20201 CITY COUNCIL READ   Action details Not available
12/3/20202 CITY COUNCIL AMENDED   Action details Not available
12/3/20202 CITY COUNCIL ORDERED PLACED ON FINAL PASSAGE CALENDAR FOR NEXT MEETING.   Action details Not available
11/19/20201 CITY COUNCIL SUSPEND THE RULES OF THE COUNCIL   Action details Not available
11/19/20201 CITY COUNCIL ORDERED PLACED ON THIS DAY`S FIRST READING CALENDAR   Action details Not available
11/19/20201 CITY COUNCIL READ AND ORDERED PLACED ON NEXT WEEK'S SECOND READING CALENDAR   Action details Not available
11/17/20200 Committee on Law and Government HEARING NOTICES SENT   Action details Not available
11/17/20200 Committee on Law and Government HEARING HELD   Action details Not available
11/17/20200 Committee on Law and Government AMENDED   Action details Not available
11/17/20201 Committee on Law and Government REPORTED FAVORABLY, RULE SUSPENSION REQUESTED   Action details Not available
10/29/20200 CITY COUNCIL Introduced and Referred   Action details Not available
Title
Amending Title 17 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled "Contracts and Procurement," by amending Chapter 17-100, entitled "Procurement Contracts," and Chapter 17-1400, entitled "Non-Competitively Bid Contracts; Financial Assistance," to add disclosure requirements related to prior contracting experience and the demographic characteristics of employees, other sources of labor, and board members of contractors and subcontractors for City contracts for public works, other competitively bid services, and professional services, and by adding reporting requirements, all under certain terms and conditions.

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THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA HEREBY ORDAINS:

SECTION 1. Title 17 of The Philadelphia Code is amended to read as follows:

TITLE 17. CONTRACTS AND PROCUREMENT

CHAPTER 17-100. PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS

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? 17-104.1. Contractor Obligation to Disclose Workforce Composition and City Contracting History.

(1) Definitions. For the purpose of this subsection, the following definitions shall apply:

(a) Demographic data means statistical information on a group of individuals, aggregated by specific characteristics, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender identity, job title, salary range, length of employment, Philadelphia residence, and such other categories as may be established by regulation.

(b) Gender Identity means an individual's gender as reported to the employer.

(c) Labor Source means a defined pool of trained and qualified individuals from which workers can be secured by agreement or through other means from an entity other than the contractor itself, including but not limited to a business, union hiring hall, job training organization, or registered apprenticeship program.

(d) Report date means December 31st of the calendar year immediately preceding the date the bid is filed.

(e) Subcontractor means any person or entity the bidder engages, or intends to engage, for the specific purpose o...

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