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File #: 3213-2018    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 11/13/2018 In control: Finance Committee
On agenda: 12/10/2018 Final action: 12/13/2018
Title: To authorize the Finance and Management Director, on behalf of the Fleet Management Division, to establish a purchase order with Parr Public Safety Equipment, Inc. for the up-fitting of vehicles for use by the Department of Public Safety; to authorize the appropriation and expenditure of $166,660.68 from the Special Income Tax fund; and to declare an emergency. ($166,660.68)
Attachments: 1. Ord 3213-2018 Legislation Template
Explanation

Background: This ordinance authorizes the Finance and Management Director to establish a purchase order with Parr Public Safety Equipment, Inc. in the amount of $166,660.68 for the up-fitting of various vehicles for use by the Department of Public Safety. These vehicles include; Ten (10) Command Staff Vehicles and One (1) Accident Investigation Unit for the Division of Police; and One (1) Bomb Squad K9 Vehicle, Two (2) Battalion Chief Vehicles, and Three (3) EMS Supervisor Vehicles for the Division of Fire. This purchase order will be established pursuant to the results of bid RFQ10658. This bid was processed in accordance with the competitive bidding provisions of Columbus City Code.

One (1) bid was received and opened for RFQ10658 on October 25, 2018 as follows:

Parr Public Safety Equipment, Inc.(CC#: 20-1619573, exp. 6/30/20, MAJ) $166,660.68

The Finance and Management Department recommends the bid be awarded to Parr Public Safety Equipment, Inc.as the sole responsive and responsible bidder.

Parr Public Safety Equipment, Inc. Vendor #001060, Certification EBO_CC, non MBE/FBE

Fiscal Impact: This ordinance authorizes an appropriation and expenditure of $166,660.68 from the Special Income Tax Fund with Parr Public Safety Equipment, Inc. for the up-fitting of Ten (10) Command Staff Vehicles and One (1) Accident Investigation Unit for the Division of Police; and One (1) Bomb Squad K9 Vehicle, Two (2) Battalion Chief Vehicles, and Three (3) EMS Supervisor Vehicles for the Division of Fire. Funding for this acquisition is budgeted within the Special Income Tax Fund for 2018 citywide vehicle acquisitions. The Department of Finance and Management budgeted $7.0 million in the Special Income Tax Fund for 2018 Citywide Vehicle Acquisitions. In total, $7.5 million in 2017 and $6.0 million in 2016 were expended from the Special Income Tax Fund for the purchase of vehicles and associated up-fitting.

Emergency action is requested so that Public ...

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