California law requires state contractors to take certain measures to prevent discrimination and prohibits discrimination by recipients of state funding. State contracts and subcontracts must have a nondiscrimination clause prohibiting discrimination. Contracts of $5,000 and over must also have a nondiscrimination program.1 The state nondiscrimination program differs from the federal affirmative action plan in that you need not include hiring goals or timetables.
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