Lake County, IL
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File #: 21-0730    Version: Name: Lake County Sheriff’s Office Records Management System, Jail Management System and E-Citation Software
Type: resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/23/2021 In control: Law & Judicial Committee
On agenda: Final action: 5/11/2021
Title: Joint resolution authorizing a contract with Tyler Technologies, Public Safety Division, Troy, Michigan, in the amount of $2,831,209 for licensing, software and implementation services for the replacement of the Lake County Sheriff's Office Records Management System (RMS), Jail Management System (JMS), E-Citation, and E-Crash Software.
Attachments: 1. 20027 Request for Proposal - Integrated CAD, RMS Fire, JMS and Mobile Systems, 2. Scoring Matrix - Consolidated, 3. Tyler Vendor Disclosure Form, 4. 2021-04-28 LICENSE AND SERVICES AGREE (RMS) - Final, 5. Redacted - FINAL Investment Summary - Lake County IL_RMSFBR_4.21.2021_Redacted, 6. 8.10-911_Contracts(05.04.21)V1
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Joint resolution authorizing a contract with Tyler Technologies, Public Safety Division, Troy, Michigan, in the amount of $2,831,209 for licensing, software and implementation services for the replacement of the Lake County Sheriff's Office Records Management System (RMS), Jail Management System (JMS), E-Citation, and E-Crash Software.

Staff Summary
* A Consortium of 21 Public Safety Entities, with Lake County acting as the administrative agent, issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to contract for a scalable, shared, integrated, enterprise family of systems (computer aided dispatch, mobile data, records management, and jail management) to support 9-1-1 services, emergency dispatch services, and records management for partner municipalities and agencies throughout Lake County.
* The RFP was extended to 47 vendors and proposals were received from nine vendors.
* In accordance with the evaluation criteria established in the RFP, the Consortium's selection team reviewed and determined that the proposal submitted by Tyler Technologies, Public Safety Division, Troy, Michigan is the most qualified and favorable proposal for Lake County and the 9-1-1 Consortium.
* The contract includes the software, professional services, implementation services, and training costs in a contract amount of $2,831,209.
* Ongoing software maintenance and third-party hardware, software and services may be annually renewed and are estimated in the annual amount of $426,336 for years two through five with an annual increase not to exceed three percent and not to exceed four percent for years six through 10.
* The Lake County Sheriff's Office is the Consortium's executive agent for this scalable, shared, integrated, enterprise RMS, JMS, E-Citation, and E-Crash software.

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RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, a Consortium of 21 Public Safety Entities, with Lake County acting as the administrative agent, issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) to contract for a scalable, shared, integrated, enterprise ...

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