1 35 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU 5. DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2012 TO MARCH 31, 2012 DÉLÉGATION DE POUVOIR CONTRATS ACCORDÉS POUR LA PÉRIODE DU 1 er JANVIER AU 31 MARS 2012 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION That Council receive this report for information. RECOMMANDATION DU COMITÉ Que le Conseil municipal prenne connaissance du présent rapport. DOCUMENTATION 1. City Treasurer s report dated 26 June 2012 (ACS2012-CMR-FIN-0028).
2 36 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU Report to/rapport au : Finance and Economic Development Committee Comité des finances et du développement économique and Council / et au Conseil June 26, juin 2012 Submitted by/soumis par : Marian Simulik, City Treasurer/Trésorière municipale Contact Person / Personne ressource: Jeff Byrne, Chief Procurement Officer, Supply / Agent principal des achats, Approvisionnement Finance Department / Services des finances ext. / poste 25175, CITY WIDE / À L ÉCHELLE DE LA VILLE Ref N : ACS2012-CMR-FIN-0028 SUBJECT: OBJET : DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2012 TO MARCH 31, 2012 DÉLÉGATION DE POUVOIR CONTRATS ACCORDÉS POUR LA PÉRIODE DU 1 er JANVIER AU 31 MARS 2012 REPORT RECOMMENDATION That the Finance and Economic Development Committee and Council receive this report for information. RECOMMANDATION DU RAPPORT Que le Comité des finances et du développement économique et le Conseil municipal prennent connaissance du présent rapport. BACKGROUND The Purchasing By-law requires the Supply Branch to report to Council on a quarterly basis. Each quarterly report: 1. contains information on contracts exceeding $10,000 awarded under delegated authority.
3 37 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU 2. identifies all contracts categorized as: (a) Consulting Services (b) Professional Services (c) Follow-on Contracts & Extensions (d) Amendments 3. identifies the reason for outsourcing in accordance with the definitions discussed below. DISCUSSION Document 1 The contracts approved for the period of January 1, 2012 to March 31, 2012, are listed in Document 1. Where appropriate, staff used the following definitions as outlined in the Purchasing Bylaw to identify the contract category, the outsourcing reason and the non-competitive exception. Professional Services Professional Services means services requiring the skills of professionals for a defined service requirement or for a specific project related deliverable including but not limited to the areas of engineering, architecture, design, planning, information technology, financial auditing and fairness commissioners. [PE] Professional Services Specialized Expertise [PO] Professional Services Business Model required Outsourcing [PI] Professional Services - Independent Third Party Oversight [PR] Professional Services Regulatory Requirements [PW] Professional Services Fluctuations in workload or lack of internal resources [PP] Professional Services Proprietary Service or unique market position Consulting Services Consulting Services means assistance to management, including but not limited to the areas of strategic analysis, organizational design, change management, policy development, feasibility studies and other services intended to assist decision making within the organization.
4 38 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU [CE] Consulting Services Specialized Expertise Amendment An amendment is an increase in the scope of an approved contract, which is unanticipated. Those amendments that are both greater than $50,000 and 50% of the original contract will be identified separately in the quarterly report as directed by Council on 25 October [A] Amendment [A3] Amendment - >$50,000 and 50% of original contract Follow-on Contract & Extensions A follow-on contract differs from an amendment in that the original contract or bid solicitation document recognizes the fact that it is likely that the initial defined contract scope may be expanded to include a number of related phases that are either included in the tender document, or are customary in relation to the work assignment. Rates charged for the follow-on contract are reviewed by the Supply Branch, and must be based on those rates proposed by the service provider in the original competitive bid. [F] Follow-on Contract An extension to a contract is not categorized as an amendment or a follow-on contract. An extension is a contract term allowing the City to continue purchasing the good or service for an extended period of time where the option to extend the contract was outlined in the bid document, or is deemed to be in the best interest of the City. [E] Extension Where a contract contains no option for renewal, Supply has delegated authority under the Purchasing By-law to extend the contract for a period of time no greater than two years from the date of the expiration provided that: (a) Supply and the Director/General Manager agree that based on market conditions or an analysis of future conditions, cost savings or cost avoidance can be obtained by a renewal; and (b) The supplier s performance and vendor relations with the supplier have both exceeded the requirements of the Contract. [E32(2)] Extension as per Section 32(2) of the Purchasing By-law
5 # Prof. Services # Consulting Services Workload related "W" Specialized expertise "E" Independent third party oversight "I" Regulatory Requirement "R" Proprietary Service "P" Business model outsourcing "O" FINANCE AND ECONOMIC 39 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU Figure 1 below summarizes the total number and value of all contracts awarded for each Department. Figure 2 further identifies the reason for outsourcing of professional and consulting services contracts for each department. Please note the tables exclude purchases made by the Ottawa Public Health Department and by the Transit Services Department. These are now reported to the Board of Health and Transit Commission respectively on a quarterly basis. Figure 1: Total contracts awarded for all Goods, Services* and Construction Dept. Total # of Total $ Value Contracts Office of the Auditor General (OAG) 3 $103,770 Corporate Communications (CC) 3 $179,103 City Clerk & Solicitor (CCS) 9 $1,475,369 Crime Prevention Ottawa (CPO) 1 $13,483 Corporate Programs & Business Services (CPBS) 1 $36,575 Community & Social Services (CSS) 8 $267,991 Economic Development & Innovation (EDI) 1 $12,211 Emergency & Protective Services (EPS) 42 $2,734,286 Environmental Services (ES) 124 $26,120,794 Finance (F) 8 $2,497,514 Human Resources (HR) 13 $943,267 Infrastructure Services (IS) 202 $58,222,595 Information Technology Services (ITS) 78 $7,933,300 Planning & Growth Management (PGM) 22 $2,871,360 Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services (PRCS) 26 $817,518 Public Works (PW) 216 $41,438,506 Real Estate Partnerships & Development Office (REPDO) 48 $2,589,906 Rail Implementation Office (RIO) 18 $2,838,717 Service Ottawa (SO) 14 $1,073,954 Total 837 $152,170,219 *Services include Professional & Consulting Services Figure 2: Total Professional & Consulting Services Contracts Reason for Outsourcing Dept. Total $ Value OAG $103, CC $179,
6 40 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU CCS $30, CPO $13, CPBS $36, CSS $193, EDI $12, EPS $97, ES $3,375, F $492, HR $930, IS $10,219, ITS $2,810, PGM $2,871, PRCS $282, PW $304, REPDO $1,666, RIO $2,838, SO $805, Total $27,263, Non-Competitive Purchases 22(1) The requirement for competitive bid solicitation for goods, services and construction may be waived under joint authority of the appropriate Director/General Manager and the Supply Branch and replaced with negotiations under the following circumstances: a. where competition is precluded due to the application of any Act or legislation or because of the existence of patent rights, copyrights, technical secrets or controls of raw material, b. where due to abnormal market conditions, the goods, services or construction required are in short supply, c. where only one source of supply would be acceptable and cost effective, d. where there is an absence of competition for technical or other reasons and the goods, services or construction can only be supplied by a particular supplier and no alternative exists, e. where the nature of the requirement is such that it would not be in the public interest to solicit competitive bids as in the case of security or confidentiality matters, f. where in the event of a "Special Circumstance" as defined by this By-law, a requirement exists, g. where the possibility of a follow-on contract was identified in the original bid solicitation, h. where the total estimated project cost for professional services does not exceed $50,000, or i. where the requirement is for a utility for which there exists a monopoly.
7 41 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU 22(7) Any non-competitive contract that does not satisfy the provisions of Subsection 22(1) is subject to the City Manager s approval. Document 1 identifies all non-competitive purchases as well as references the appropriate subsection 22(1) and 22(7). The Supply Branch certifies that all the contracts awarded under Delegation of Authority for the period of January 1, 2012 to March 31, 2012, are in compliance with the Purchasing By-law. Highlights and Summary of Q1 Purchasing 2012 Purchases Breakdown 2012 Q1 Total % of Total Total % of Total Contracts Contracts Amount Amount $10K - $25K % $4,672, % $25K - $50K % $6,900, % $50K - $100K % $8,782, % $100K % $131,813, % Total % $152,170, % 2012 Q1 Purchases by Type Type # of Contract Contracts Value Goods 1 79 $12,366,820 Fleet & Equipment 2 89 $24,528,132 Construction $58,189,645 Technical Services $17,540,019 Professional Services* $23,574,797 1 Includes: Supply and delivery of Coarse Crushed Rock Salt for the winter season - $3.7 M 2 Includes: Supply and deliver twelve (12) tandem axle combo plow trucks with attachments and one (1) single axle combo plow truck with attachments - $3.5 M 3 Includes: Bronson Avenue Reconstruction Laurier Avenue to Arlington Avenue - $21.4 M 4 Includes: Biosolids Hauling and Beneficial Use Programme for $4.6 M 5 Includes: Professional engineering services for the West Transitway Extension - Eagleson Road to Didsbury Drive - $1.5 M
8 42 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU IT & Special Projects $15,970,806 Total 837 $152,170,219 * IT Professional Services purchases included in IT & Special Projects Professional and Consulting Services Contracts > $10, Q1 Total Contracts Total Value Professional Services 328 $26,792,759 Consulting Services 9 $470,919 Total 337 $27,263,678 RURAL IMPLICATIONS There are no rural implications. CONSULTATION The preparation of this report is required by the Purchasing By-law and as such no public consultation is required. LEGAL IMPLICATIONS There are no legal impediments to implementing the recommendation of this report. RISK MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS There are no risk management implications. FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS Prior to a contract approval, Supply Branch staff confirms that the appropriate funds are available in the budget, based on receipt of a funded requisition in SAP. The availability of funds is a condition of approval under the Purchasing By-Law. ACCESSIBILITY IMPACTS There are no accessibility implications to receiving this report. 6 Includes: Provision of network telecommunication services for $1.7 M
9 43 COMITÉ DES FINANCES ET DU ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS There are no environmental implications to this information report. TECHNOLOGY IMPLICATIONS There are no technology implications to this information report. TERM OF COUNCIL PRIORITIES There is no term of council priorities associated with this report. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION Document 1 - List of Contracts with a value of $10K or more, awarded under delegated authority for the period January 1, 2012 to March 31, (issued separately and held on file with the City Clerk) DISPOSITION Report forwarded for information pursuant to the Purchasing By-law.
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