Lake County, IL
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File #: 22-0470    Version: 1 Name: Resolution authorizing a one-year renewal with CDW-G, Vernon Hills, Illinois, for Cisco Direct Threat Defense licenses in the amount of $39,780 with the option to renew for two, 12-month periods.
Type: resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/21/2022 In control: Financial & Administrative Committee
On agenda: Final action: 4/12/2022
Title: Resolution authorizing a one-year renewal with CDW-G, Vernon Hills, Illinois, for Cisco Direct Threat Defense licenses in the amount of $39,780 with the option to renew for two, 12-month periods.
Attachments: 1. FY22 - CDW (Threat Defense & URL License) - MPXW529 - $39,780 - QUO, 2. FY22 - CDW (Threat Defense & URL License) - VDF
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Resolution authorizing a one-year renewal with CDW-G, Vernon Hills, Illinois, for Cisco Direct Threat Defense licenses in the amount of $39,780 with the option to renew for two, 12-month periods.

Staff Summary
* Lake County utilizes firewalls to protect from malicious external threats. Licensing is required to enable specific defenses, of which, our Threat Defense licenses are expiring.
* Enterprise Information Technology recommends a one-year contract with CDW-G to renew Cisco Direct Threat Defense licenses with the option to renew for two, 12-month periods.
* Pursuant to Chapter 33.115 of the County's Purchasing Ordinance, Cooperative Joint Purchasing Authorized, the County may participate in a cooperative purchasing agreement for the procurement of goods, services, construction, or professional services with one or more public procurement units in accordance with an agreement entered into between the participants.
* A cooperative purchasing contract with CDW-G has been identified through Omnia Partners formally known as NIPA (2018011-01) to procure needed goods, services, construction, or professional services that were competitively solicited and awarded.

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RESOLUTION

WHEREAS, Lake County utilizes firewalls to protect from malicious external threats, and licensing is required to enable specific defenses, of which, our Threat Defense licenses are expiring; and

WHEREAS, Enterprise Information Technology recommends a one-year contract with CDW-G to renew Cisco Direct Threat Defense licenses with the option to renew for two, 12-month periods; and

WHEREAS, Pursuant to Chapter 33.115 of the County's Purchasing Ordinance, Cooperative Joint Purchasing Authorized, the County may participate in a cooperative purchasing agreement for the procurement of goods, services, construction, or professional services with one or more public procurement units in accordance with an agreement entered into between the participants; and

WHEREAS, A cooperative pu...

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