City of Atlanta
Georgia

Resolution
19-R-3747

***A RESOLUTION BY FINANCE/EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR OR HER DESIGNEE, TO ENTER INTO COOPERATIVE PURCHASING AGREEMENT NUMBER FC-1190693, FOR PUBLIC SAFETY CAMERAS AND EQUIPMENT WITH SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE BY AXON ENTERPRISES INC., PURSUANT TO SECTION 2-1602 ET SEQ OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA CODE OF ORDINANCES, UTILIZING NATIONAL PURCHASING PARTNERS (“NPP”) CONTRACT VH11629, ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA’S POLICE DEPARTMENT, FOR FIVE (5) YEARS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED, TWENTY-SIX MILLION FOUR HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED SEVEN DOLLARS AND EIGHTY-ONE CENTS ($26,420,207.81) WITH TWO (2) ONE (1) YEAR RENEWAL OPTIONS. ALL COSTS SHALL BE CHARGED TO AND LISTED BELOW; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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Category:Committee Walk-InFunctions:Legislative Liaison - William Boyd

Attachments

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  2. Signed transmittal FC-1190693

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WHEREAS the Atlanta Police Department currently has two contracts for Axon Enterprises Inc; and

WHEREAS, the two contracts currently cover APD’s body worn cameras (“BWC’s) FC-9160 and electronic control devices (“ECD’s”) COA-9960-PL; and

WHEREAS, both body worn cameras and electronic control devices capture video of officer’s actions while storing them on Axon Enterprises current cloud platform called Evidence.com; and

WHEREAS, the Atlanta Police Department is looking to consolidate the current contracts as we expand Axon Enterprises cameras to Patrol Fleet and Interview Rooms; and

WHEREAS, agreement number FC-1190693 utilizing NPP Contract VH11629 between NPPGOV and Axon Enterprises Inc. has been identified as a viable procurement vehicle for public safety cameras, equipment, support and maintenance; and

WHEREAS, the Atlanta Police Department has a base year not to exceed amount of five million three thousand nine hundred nineteen dollars and eighty-one cents ($5,003,919.81) and the following four (4) years resulting in an amount not to exceed five million three hundred fifty-four  thousand seventy-two dollars and no cents ($5,354,072.00) per year which includes BWC’s and ECD’s for the entire department, outfitting new patrol fleet with in car cameras, outfitting the police department’s interview rooms, and storing all captured video storage on Evidence.com; and

WHEREAS, the Chief Procurement Officer evaluated and determined the competitive procedures akin to those used by the City were used by NPP in the development of the contract from which the cooperative purchasing agreement was derived and that the cost of goods, supplies, services or construction are comparable to or less than the cost of the same goods, supplies, services or contraction if obtained through City procurements under Division 4 of the City Procurement Code; and

WHEREAS, NPP contract #VH11629 remains in effect; and

WHEREAS, the Chief Procurement Officer certifies that any organizational and personal relationships disclosed by the offeror have been processed in accordance with Section 2-1214 of the Procurement Code and that award of the contract is appropriate.

WHEREAS, the Chief of Police now recommends entering into Cooperative Purchasing Agreement number FC-1190693, public safety cameras, equipment with support and maintenance with Axon Enterprises Inc.  on behalf of the Atlanta Police Department, for five (5) years in an amount not to exceed Twenty-Six Million Four Hundred Twenty Thousand Two Hundred Seven Dollars and Eighty-One Cents ($26,420,207.81) with two (2) one (1) year renewal options. All costs will be charged to and paid to from 1001 (General).240401 (APD Uniform Patrol).5410001 (Consulting/Professional Services).3223000 (Patrol).

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCI OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, GEORIGA, that the Mayor, or her designee, is authorized to enter into, on behalf of the City of Atlanta, Cooperative Purchasing Agreement Number FC-1190693 utilizing Cooperative Purchasing Agreement NPP Contract #VH11629 for public safety cameras, equipment, support and maintenance with Axon Enterprises Inc. for five (5) years in an amount not to exceed Twenty-Six Million Four Hundred Twenty Thousand Two Hundred Seven Dollars and Eighty-One Cents ($26,420,207.81) with two (2) one (1) year renewal options.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all contracted work shall be charged to and paid from the following Fund, Department Organization, Account and Function Activity (“FDOA”) numbers: 1001(General) 240401 (APD Uniform Patrol) 5410001 (Consulting/Professional Services) 3223000 (Patrol).

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chief Procurement Officer, in consultation with the City Attorney or her designee, is directed to prepare all agreement documents required for said agreement term, some of which may require execution by the Chief Procurement Officer, the Mayr, or their designees.

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that the agreement will not become binding upon the City and the City shall incur no liability upon same until the contract has been approved by the City Attorney or her designee to form, executed by the Chief Procurement Officer, the Mayor, or their designees, attested to by the Municipal Clerk, and delivered to Axon Enterprise Inc.

 

 

 

 

Meeting History

Jun 12, 2019 1:00 PM Video Finance/Executive Committee Regular Committee Meeting
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Daphne Rackley, Deputy Chief Information Officer

Deputy Chief Michael Kreher, APD

RESULT:FAVORABLE [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:JP Matzigkeit, District 8
SECONDER:Matt Westmoreland, Post 2 At Large
AYES:Howard Shook, Andrea L Boone, Jennifer N Ide, JP Matzigkeit, Matt Westmoreland
ABSENT:Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Andre Dickens
Jun 17, 2019 1:00 PM Video Atlanta City Council Regular Meeting
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Chairperson Shook requested Item 19-R-3740 be removed from the Consent Agenda and Council Member Matzigkeit requested Item 19-R-3747 be removed from the Consent Agenda.. Mr. Shook made a Motion to Adopt both items. It was Seconded by Council Member Winslow and a discussion ensued, in which, Council Member Matzigkeit made a Motion to hear from Chief of Police Erika Shields only. Without Objection, the Motion CARRIED by a unanimous vote with exception of Council Member Ide who was away. Upon discussion, Council Member Brown made a Motion to Enter Committee of the Whole. It was Seconded by Council Member Boone and FAILED by a roll call vote of 6 yeas; 8 nays. Therefore, Council only entertained questions to Chief of Police Erika Shields. Afterwards, the Motion to Adopt both Resolutions 19-R-3740 and 19-R-3747 CARRIED by a roll call vote of 13 yeas; 1 nay.

ADOPTED BY A ROLL CALL VOTE OF 13 YEAS; 1 NAY

RESULT:ADOPTED [13 TO 1]
MOVER:Howard Shook, Councilmember, District 7
SECONDER:Cleta Winslow, Councilmember, District 4
AYES:Michael Julian Bond, Matt Westmoreland, Andre Dickens, Carla Smith, Amir R Farokhi, Cleta Winslow, Natalyn Mosby Archibong, Howard Shook, JP Matzigkeit, Dustin Hillis, Andrea L Boone, Marci Collier Overstreet, Joyce M Sheperd
NAYS:Antonio Brown
AWAY:Jennifer N Ide