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File #: 60202    Version: 1 Name: A Resolution authorizing the noncompetitive purchase of $69,211.00 in goods from Clarey’s Safety Equipment, Inc. for the purchase of one Rapid Deployment Kit and $101,000.00 in goods from Fisher Scientific for the purchase of one Gemini Instrument as stip
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/13/2020 In control: Fire Department
On agenda: 5/19/2020 Final action: 5/19/2020
Enactment date: 5/27/2020 Enactment #: RES-20-00384
Title: A Resolution authorizing the non-competitive purchase of $69,211.00 in goods from Clarey’s Safety Equipment, Inc. for the purchase of one Rapid Deployment Kit and $101,000.00 in goods from Fisher Scientific for the purchase of one Gemini Instrument as stipulated by the Wisconsin Hazardous Materials Response System Equipment Grant.
Sponsors: Paul E. Skidmore, Syed Abbas
Attachments: 1. Thermo Fisher Scientific - Non-Competitive Selection Request - CC Approval Required April 2020.pdf, 2. Clarey's Safety Equipment - Non-Competitive Selection Request - CC Approval Required April 2020.pdf

Fiscal Note

The proposed resolution authorizes non-competitive purchases totaling $170,211 as stipulated by the Wisconsin Hazardous Materials Response System Equipment Grant. A separate resolution (Legistar ID #60181) amends the Fire Department’s 2020 Operating Budget for the grant. The grant covers the full cost of the equipment; there is no impact on the levy.

 

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A Resolution authorizing the non-competitive purchase of $69,211.00 in goods from Clarey’s Safety Equipment, Inc. for the purchase of one Rapid Deployment Kit and $101,000.00 in goods from Fisher Scientific for the purchase of one Gemini Instrument as stipulated by the Wisconsin Hazardous Materials Response System Equipment Grant. 

 

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WHEREAS, the Madison Fire Department has been awarded a grant for the purchase of standardized equipment by the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs; and

 

WHEREAS, the Madison Fire Department requires technical equipment to perform necessary City preparedness for hazardous materials response; and

 

WHEREAS, the Wisconsin Hazardous Materials Response System  has reviewed available products and suppliers and identified Clarey’s Safety Equipment, Rapid Deployment Kit, and Fisher Scientific, Gemini, as the best available equipment for the job for the reasons explained in the attached Noncompetitive Selection Request Form; and

 

WHEREAS, MGO 4.26(2) requires goods to be purchased using a competitive process approved by the Finance Director, and under the Finance Director’s Purchasing Guidelines, Common Council approval is required to purchase goods of $50,000 or more without a competitive process;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that that the Common Council hereby authorizes the purchase of $69,211.00 for a Rapid Deployment Kit from Clarey’s Safety Equipment and $101, 000.00 for a Gemini from Fisher Scientific. The Common Council authorizes the Finance Director/designee to execute the purchase of goods as described above