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File #: 1087-2019    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 4/11/2019 In control: Technology Committee
On agenda: 5/13/2019 Final action: 5/16/2019
Title: To authorize the Director of the Department of Technology to enter into contract with Sogeti USA, (The Engineering and Technology Services Division of Capgemini America, Inc.) to acquire a citywide Data Management Platform (DMP) which includes software, software support, and professional services, training, and data governance related activities in addition to a contingency fee for any unforeseen cost to implement the City’s DMP project; to waive the competitive bidding provisions of the Columbus City Code; and to authorize the expenditure of $2,288,000.00 from the Department of Technology, Information Services Division, Information Services Bond Fund. ($2,288,000.00)
Attachments: 1. 1087-2019 EXP, 2. 1087-2019_ Bid Waiver Form_Sogeti, 3. 1087-2019_AwardLetterDMP2019, 4. 1087-2019_Exhibit A_RFPResponse_Sogeti, 5. 1087-2019_ Exhibit B_ Addendum to Proposal, 6. 1087-2019_ Exhibit C_ Talend_ Subscription Agreement, 7. 1087-2019_Exhibit D_Cloudera_ Subscription Agreement, 8. 1087-2019_Exhibit E_Talend_Support Services, 9. 1087-2019_Exhibit F_Cloudera_Support Agreement
Explanation
This ordinance will authorize the Director of the Department of Technology (DoT) to enter into contract with Sogeti USA, (The Engineering and Technology Services Division of Capgemini America, Inc.) to acquire a citywide Data Management Platform (DMP) which includes software, software support, and professional services for the implementation/configuration of the platform, training, and data governance related activities totaling $ 2,276,338.00 (detailed below) in addition to a $11,662.00 contingency fee for any unforeseen cost to implement the DMP project for the City of Columbus, Department of Technology. The total cost being requested in this ordinance for this purchase is $2,288,000.00. The term period will be one year from the date of a purchase order confirmed/certified by the Columbus City Auditor’s office. Subject to mutual agreement and approval of proper City authorities the contract will be for a one year term with a two-one year renewal options.

The intended use of the requested fund is to procure, design, implement, and support the City's DMP. The platform consists of two software programs with multi-years of software support and maintenance, with Talend (three years @ $761,016.00 with two additional years @$399,640.00) and Cloudera (three years @ $223,560.00, professional services and training @ $892,122.00) for implementation of the platform, Data Governance related services, training, and a $11,662.00 contingency fee. The DMP will be developed under the auspices of the Data and Analytics Services (DAS) Section of the DoT. The DAS section's mission is to enable and encourage City departments to manage, share, and publish data that unleashes public and private sector innovation with open data and empowers data driven decision-making throughout the City.
A Data Management Platform (DMP) is a (central hub/platform) system designed to collect, organize, and manage data of different types from different origins (sources) including online, ...

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