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File #: A 21-234    Name: AT&T VIPER 9-1-1 Phones - Expanded Center
Type: BoS Agreement Status: General Government - Consent
File created: 5/13/2021 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 5/25/2021 Final action:
Title: a. Approve and authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign a Statement of Work with AT&T, through California Master Purchase Agreement #4145-6, for an amount not to exceed $466,494.29 to purchase fourteen additional VIPER 9-1-1 Phone System consoles, Satellite VIPER Node, installation, and 5 years of maintenance support; and b. Authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign up to three Change Orders this Statement of Work where the total Change Orders do not exceed 10% ($46,649) of the original contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.
Attachments: 1. Statement_of_Work, 2. Quote Summary 6-May-21, 3. State Agreement 4145-6, 4. State Agreement 4156-6 - April 2022 Amendment, 5. Board Report, 6. Completed Board Order Item No. 39
Title
a. Approve and authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign a Statement of Work with AT&T, through California Master Purchase Agreement #4145-6, for an amount not to exceed $466,494.29 to purchase fourteen additional VIPER 9-1-1 Phone System consoles, Satellite VIPER Node, installation, and 5 years of maintenance support; and
b. Authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign up to three Change Orders this Statement of Work where the total Change Orders do not exceed 10% ($46,649) of the original contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.

Report
RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Board of Supervisors:
a. Approve and authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign a Statement of Work with AT&T, through California Master Purchase Agreement #4145-6, for an amount not to exceed $466,494.29 to purchase fourteen additional VIPER 9-1-1 Phone System consoles, Satellite VIPER Node, installation, and 5 years of maintenance support; and
b. Authorize the Director of the Emergency Communications Department to sign up to three Change Orders this Statement of Work where the total Change Orders do not exceed 10% ($46,649) of the original contract amount and do not significantly change the scope of work.

SUMMARY/DISCUSSION:
The Monterey County Emergency Communications Department (ECD) is a consolidated Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency calls as well as a radio dispatch facility serving 28 law enforcement, fire protection, and emergency medical response agencies throughout Monterey County.

This request is to add additional capabilities to the 9-1-1 system in Monterey County. Before 2020 the Emergency Communications Department has never had an alternate site to receive 9-1-1 calls. In FY2019-20, the Department, using available funds, began an effort to create an alternate site with the goal of creating a fully red...

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