Long Beach, CA
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File #: 19-0534    Version: 1 Name: LBA - BPO w/Convergint Technologies for airport security maintenance svcs D5
Type: Contract Status: CCIS
File created: 5/16/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/11/2019 Final action: 6/11/2019
Title: Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to increase interim Munis Contract No. 3173700014, formerly Blanket Purchase Order No. BPAP17000014, with Convergint Technologies, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, for airport security system maintenance services, by $45,000, for a total amount not to exceed $795,000; and, extend the term of the contract to September 30, 2019. (District 5)
Sponsors: Long Beach Airport
Attachments: 1. 061119-C-13sr.pdf
TITLE
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to increase interim Munis Contract No. 3173700014, formerly Blanket Purchase Order No. BPAP17000014, with Convergint Technologies, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, for airport security system maintenance services, by $45,000, for a total amount not to exceed $795,000; and, extend the term of the contract to September 30, 2019. (District 5)

DISCUSSION
City Council approval is requested to increase the existing Munis Contract No. 3173700014 with Convergint Technologies, LLC (Convergint), by $45,000, for airport security system maintenance services at Long Beach Airport (Airport), until a new contract is awarded. Services include routine maintenance and cleaning of security cameras and access control devices, repairing and replacing security system equipment, and maintaining the Airport security system.

Convergint is currently providing security system maintenance services to the Airport under an interim contract that was extended and increased to $750,000 by the City Council on January 22, 2019. The proposed increase of $45,000 to the contract will allow the Airport to cover monthly repairs necessary to keep the system functional until the new bid specification is finalized, advertised, and a new contract is awarded. More time is needed than originally anticipated because earlier procurements efforts to secure a new service contract were unsuccessful. The Airport engaged Jacobs, an independent consulting firm with experience in the planning, development and management of aviation facilities and infrastructure, to assist staff with the scope of work and to conduct a thorough review of the RFP specifications. The specifications are expected to be ready for bid in June 2019. The Airport anticipates the new contract award being presented to the City Council in September 2019.

The Airport is mandated by federal regulations to have an Airport Security Program in place, including a secure ...

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