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File #: 2021-0354    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Item Status: Passed
File created: 9/29/2021 In control: Board of Port Commissioners
On agenda: 11/9/2021 Final action: 11/9/2021
Title: RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION AGREEMENTS WITH INNOVATIVE SIGNAL ANALYSIS, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $388,548.15 FOR THE ACQUISITION AND INSTALLATION OF A PERSISTENT CAMERA SYSTEM INSTALLED AT THE MARINE SAFETY CENTER, 950 OCEAN LANE, IMPERIAL BEACH, CA, AS AUTHORIZED BY THE BOARD IN AN AMENDED AGREEMENT WITH THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO AND AS PART OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT OPERATION STONEGARDEN FUNDS FOR FY2019. FUNDS FOR THESE AGREEMENTS HAVE BEEN BUDGETED IN THE HARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT'S FY2022 BUDGET.
Attachments: 1. 2. 2021-0354 Attachment A, 2. 2. 2021-0354 Attachment B, 3. 2. 2021-0354 Draft Resolution

DATE: November 9, 2021

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RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION AGREEMENTS WITH INNOVATIVE SIGNAL ANALYSIS, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $388,548.15 FOR THE ACQUISITION AND INSTALLATION OF A PERSISTENT CAMERA SYSTEM INSTALLED AT THE MARINE SAFETY CENTER, 950 OCEAN LANE, IMPERIAL BEACH, CA, AS AUTHORIZED BY THE BOARD IN AN AMENDED AGREEMENT WITH THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO AND AS PART OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT OPERATION STONEGARDEN FUNDS FOR FY2019. FUNDS FOR THESE AGREEMENTS HAVE BEEN BUDGETED IN THE HARBOR POLICE DEPARTMENT'S FY2022 BUDGET.
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

Operation Stonegarden (OPSG) provides Federal grant funds allocated through the State to each County for the purpose of strengthening their abilities to detect, respond to, and defend against acts of violence from terrorist and transnational organized crime. This process allows each County to identify local priorities and fund those projects which support establishing, developing, and maintaining these regional capabilities.

This project provides a continuous, full-resolution surveillance camera system to monitor the coastal waters west of the Imperial Beach Pier. This system combines wide area fields of view, high-resolution video and advanced motion detection to provide situational awareness for Homeland Security missions and other incidents that require persistent visual domain awareness of wide areas.

The purchase and installation of this system will further the Harbor Police Department's mission to detect, interdict and deter criminal activities within the District's jurisdiction including contraband/human trafficking and prevent possible terrorist incidents.

On September 27, 2021, the Port of San Diego issued a Request for Bids (RFB) 21-26MA, which allowed for bidding up to October 18, 2021. In all, 1396 bidders were notified of this RFB, with 83 vendors signing up as prospective bidders. 3 bids were received; the lowest bidder was found to be non-resp...

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