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File #: AGR0989-23    Version: 1
Type: General Services Agreement Status: Consent
File created: 8/24/2023 In control: County Council - Regular Session
On agenda: 9/5/2023 Final action:
Title: Approval of AGR 23-929 with Motorola Solutions, Inc. Body Worn Cameras, In Car Video Systems and Storage Solution Services in the Aggregate Amount Not to Exceed $446,540 Excluding Applicable Gross Receipts Tax Over a 5 Year Period, and Related Budget Revision 2024-13
Presenters: Dino Sgambellone
Indexes (Council Goals): Quality of Life - Public Safety
Attachments: 1. A - AGR23-929 - MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS CONTRACT PACKAGE, 2. B - AGR23-929 - ADDENDUM_BWC_MOTOROLA_INCORPORATED_COUNTY_OF_LOS_ALAMOS, 3. C - MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS QUOTE 230815 $446,540, 4. D - 2024-13_Budget_Revision_Council
Title
Approval of AGR 23-929 with Motorola Solutions, Inc. Body Worn Cameras, In Car Video Systems and Storage Solution Services in the Aggregate Amount Not to Exceed $446,540 Excluding Applicable Gross Receipts Tax Over a 5 Year Period, and Related Budget Revision 2024-13
Recommended Action
I move that Council Approve Services Agreement No. AGR 23-929 Motorola Solutions for In Car Video Systems and Storage Solution Services in the Aggregate Amount Not to Exceed $446,540 excluding Applicable Gross Receipts Tax Over a 5 Year Period, and Related Budget Revision 2024-13.
County Manager's Recommendation
The County Manager recommends that Council approve the motion as presented.
Body
The County is utilizing a cooperative purchasing contract through Sourcewell to procure these products and services. The agreement for the Body-Worn Cameras and Services has a term of five (5) years. The term of the agreement shall commence on September 6, 2023 and continue through September 5, 2028 unless sooner terminated, as provided therein. The attached budget revision (2024-13) includes $90,000 towards the current year cost of $165,540, from a prior year approved purchase.

The Los Alamos Police Department’s current body worn cameras (BWCs) are at the end of their life cycle and the manufacturer is discontinuing production of the hardware for replacement. The new BWCs are capable of swapping batteries in the field which will increase the necessary capacity to have functional BWCs for the duration of an officer’s shift. The new hardware will come with supported software and cloud storage that will comply with the needs of the County to move video storage off the current server which is also at the end of its intended life cycle.
Alternatives
Should the Council choose to not approve the agreement, the Police Department would not receive updated Body Worn Cameras, In Car Recording and related services.
Fiscal and Staff Impact/Planned Item
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