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File #: 20-0125    Version: 1 Name: TI - Contract w/ESRI for software licensing
Type: Contract Status: CCIS
File created: 1/16/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/11/2020 Final action: 2/11/2020
Title: Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 34429 with Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc., of Redlands, CA, to provide software licensing, training services, maintenance, and support, to increase the annual contract amount from $200,000 to $285,000 for the first extension term, with a 10 percent contingency in the amount of $28,500 for the second extension term, for a revised annual contract amount of $313,500. (Citywide)
Sponsors: Technology and Innovation
Attachments: 1. 021120-C-6sr.pdf
Related files: 34429_003
TITLE
Recommendation to authorize City Manager, or designee, to execute all documents necessary to amend Contract No. 34429 with Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc., of Redlands, CA, to provide software licensing, training services, maintenance, and support, to increase the annual contract amount from $200,000 to $285,000 for the first extension term, with a 10 percent contingency in the amount of $28,500 for the second extension term, for a revised annual contract amount of $313,500. (Citywide)

DISCUSSION
City Council approval is requested to amend Contract No. 34429 with Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), Inc., to increase the annual contract amount from $200,000 to $285,000 for the first extension term, with a 10 percent contingency in the amount $28,500 for the second extension term, for a revised annual contract amount not to exceed $313,500.

On July 5, 2016, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 16-0056, and awarded a contract to ESRI, in an amount not to exceed $790,833 for the first year; thereafter, in an annual amount not to exceed $200,000, for three years, with the option to renew for two additional one-year periods, for continued software licensing, maintenance, and technical support of the City’s enterprise Geographic Information System (GIS), and, for implementation of the DataLB open data portal. The City’s software license enabled staff to conduct spatial analysis, create maps, share data, and provide open data to the public. In addition to software licensing, one-time funding for professional services was authorized to build and release DataLB, an open data platform powered by ESRI software.

ESRI products are used by multiple City departments to:

· Create maps that inform decisions and provide situational awareness. The mapping and associated geospatial analysis capabilities are critical to the work of Development Services, Energy Resources, Fire, Police, Water, and Public Works Departments.
· Serve as an aut...

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