Agency Indicators 2022: Commission on Human Rights (CCHR)

The City Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) is responsible for enforcing the City’s Human Rights Law, which prohibits discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodations among other areas. CCHR is also dedicated to educating the public about their rights and promoting positive community relations. CCHR consists of two primary public-facing departments: The Law Enforcement bureau (LEB) and the Community Relations Bureau (CRB). LEB is responsible for the intake, investigation, and litigation of complaints alleging violation of the City Human Rights Law while CRB provides education to the public on the City Human Rights Law through trainings, events and other interactions.

In addition, the office of the chair (OC) coordinates agency policy, reviews and develops legislation, promulgates rules, conducts research and partners with other agencies and institutions on special projects.

Please select an agency below to see a breakdown of their FY22 procurement by method, by industry, and by size.


CCHR - Procurement by Method
Method Count Contract Value
Amendment 1 $20,200
Amendment Extension 1 $186,000
M/WBE Noncompetitive Small Purchase 5
Micropurchase 41 $251,400
Small Purchase 40 $195,600
CCHR Total 88 $923,200
CCHR - Procurement by Industry
Industry Count Contract Value
Construction Services 2 $29,100
Goods 39
Professional Services 28 $443,900
Standardized Services 19 $232,700
CCHR Total 88 $923,200
CCHR - Procurement by Size
Size of Contract Count Contract Value
≤ $0 1 $0
> $0 and ≤ $100 thousand 86 $737,100
> $100 and ≤ $1 million   1 $186,100
CCHR Total 88