(a) The mayor or designee shall implement procedures necessary to implement and enforce the requirements of this chapter into all contracts into which the city has entered with business entities or contractors. These procedures shall ensure that no business entity or contractor engages in discrimination based on national origin, ethnicity, race or any other classification deemed suspect by the city or any agency or court.
(b) The city shall suspend a contract with a business entity or contractor that the United States Attorney General or Secretary of Homeland Security has found to have been in violation of 8 U.S.C. 1324a.
(c) The city may suspend a contract with any business entity or contractor that fails to correct a violation of 8 U.S.C. 1324a within thirty business days of notification of the violation by the United States Attorney General or Secretary of Homeland Security.
(d) The city shall not suspend the contract of any business entity or contractor if, prior to the date of violation, the business entity or contractor had verified the work authorization of the alleged unlawful workers using the E-verify program and demonstrated the same to the city.
(e) Every contract entered into by the city shall provide that the suspension noncompliance with this chapter shall terminate one business day after a legal representative of the business entity or contractor submits to the city a declaration signed under the penalty of perjury stating that the violation of federal law has ended. (Ord. 1828 § 1, 2011.)