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File #: 2009-2017    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 7/14/2017 In control: Finance Committee
On agenda: 7/31/2017 Final action: 8/3/2017
Title: To authorize the Finance and Management Director to modify and extend the Process Control Computer Maintenance Universal Term Contract with Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.; and to declare an emergency.

This ordinance is to modify and extend an existing contract for the continued purchase of Process Control Computer Maintenance from Schneider Electric Systems USA Inc. (formerly Telvent USA, Inc.). Ordinance # 1587-2017 was passed to change the company name and Federal Identification Number for FL005598 and all appropriate and related contracts and future business done by the City of Columbus with Telvent USA LLC (Fed ID # 52-1366064) to Schneider Electrical Systems USA, Inc.(Fed ID # 04-1339430). The Process Control Computer Maintenance is an automated computer system that monitors and controls the water production in the water treatment plants and in the distribution system, monitors and controls flow of water throughout the City. The contract (FL005598) was established in accordance with SA004896 and will expire August 31,2017.

The Department of Public Utilities, Division of Water and the Purchasing Office are finalizing specifications and contract language for a new contract. Until the next approach is procured and implemented, the City must continue using our present Process Control Computer Maintenance system to monitor and control flows of water throughout the City. This contract will allow for a four (4) month contract extension beyond August 31, 2017 on contract # FL005598 to allow the Division of Water and the Purchasing Office time to implement a new contract agreement for the above stated services. All

Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc.; Fed. ID #: 04-1339430, Vendor #: 000162 Expires 06/07/2019
Estimated Annual Expenditure: $275,000.00

1. Amount of additional funds: No additional funds are necessary to modify the contract.
2. Reason additional needs were not foreseen: It is necessary to extend the contract for four (4) months to incorporate the changes made due to a merger, change in leadership and operations with the vendor and how the City plans to utilize this contract in the future.
3. Reason other procurement process...

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