Approval is requested for the continuation of the subject contracts with Motorola Solutions, Inc. for a three (3) year period from October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2017.
On August 29, 2011, City Council authorized the standardization of Motorola radio communications equipment and approved the Phase II upgrade, establishing the City’s current five site, 22 channel, Motorola Astro 25 Digital Multi-Zone 800MHz radio system. The radio system consists of five radio tower sites and 115 channels containing computerized electronic equipment to support over four thousand (4000) portable and mobile radios.
The maintenance and support contracts will provide 24-hour service for the 800MHz radio system, as well as repairs, maintenance and support for mobile and portable radio equipment utilized in conjunction with the system.
The annual cost of maintenance can vary each year as new equipment is purchased under warranty and older equipment is removed from service. This year all previous equipment purchased has come off of warranty and added to the new maintenance contract. The maintenance costs will be divided among City agencies and GOAA. The projected annual maintenance costs are as follows:
|Projected Annual Maintenance Costs
There are no City-certified M/WBE providers of this service.
Authorize the Chief Procurement Officer to enter into contracts for three years as indicated above, subject to review and approval by the City Attorney's Office, with Motorola, Inc., in the estimated expenditure amounts of $998,177 for year one, $1,023,399 for year two, and $1,049,260 for year three.