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City and Port of Oakland
Joint Domain Awareness Center

Phase 2 Contract Award
Recommendation and Staff Report
Public Safe...
Agenda
Brief DAC Project Background

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Legislative History
Policy vs. Procurement

DAC Goals
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Purpose and...
Background – Legislative History
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June 17 and 23, 2009:
◦ PSC and Council: Informational Report on DAC Concept and Joint...
Policy Vs. Procurement
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Additional policy guidance regarding DAC

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Focus on DAC Phase 2 Procurement to
proceed with pr...
Policy Recommendations
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Privacy Policy: Mayor Quan and Administration
recommend consideration by PSC and Council to
appo...
Purpose and Mission
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Provide Field first responders, City and Port realtime Situation Awareness and a Common
Operating P...
Operational Capabilities
PHASE I (Completed)
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Port Security
Cameras (approx
135)
Intrusion Detection
System (ID...
Map of City Traffic Cameras

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Phase 2 Contract Award
Phase 2 Contract – Summary of Staff
Report
 Selection Process with due diligence
 Scope of Work
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Next Phases
Phase 2 Council Approval – January-Feb 2014
 Phase 2 Kick Off - February 2014
 EOC/DAC Public, Media Visual ...
Questions?

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Oakland DAC Surveillance supplemental report for 1 28-14 pub safety cmte mtg

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Subject: Domain Awareness Center (DAC) Phase 2 Contract Award From: Oakland Fire Department Recommendation: Adopt A Resolution Authorizing The City Administrator To: 1) Negotiate And Execute A Professional Services Agreement With Schneider Electric Inc. To Provide Professional Services For Design/Build/Maintain Services Represented In Phase 2 Of The City And Port Joint Domain Awareness Center (DAC) Project For An Amount Not To Exceed $1,600,000; And 2) If Negotiations Fail With Schneider Electric Inc, The City Administrator Or Her Designee Is Authorized To Negotiate And Enter Into A Contract With Another Vendor On The DAC Phase Evaluations Ranking List, Without Returning To Council

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  1. 1. City and Port of Oakland Joint Domain Awareness Center Phase 2 Contract Award Recommendation and Staff Report Public Safety Committee Meeting – 01/28/14 Department of Information Technology and Oakland Fire Department, EMS Division 1
  2. 2. Agenda Brief DAC Project Background  ◦ ◦  Legislative History Policy vs. Procurement DAC Goals  ◦ ◦  Purpose and Mission Challenge – Managing the “Flood of Data” Operational Capabilities – Phase 1 and 2 Phase 2 Contract Staff Report and Recommendations ◦ ◦ ◦  City-Port Vendor Selection Process Phase 2 Scope of Work Recap Contract Phase 2 SOW Completion by: May 31, 2014 Project Work Efforts & Plan ◦ ◦ Milestones Roadmap Recap Next Steps 2
  3. 3. Background – Legislative History  June 17 and 23, 2009: ◦ PSC and Council: Informational Report on DAC Concept and Joint Application for ARRA/Port Security grant funding  July 13 and 20, 2010: ◦ PSC and Council: Approved $2.9 mil Accept and Spend ARRA grant for DAC Design and Phase 1, MOU with Port  July 09 and July 30, 2013: ◦ PSC and Council: Approved DAC Phase 2, Accept and Spend $2 mil Port Security Grant, MOU with Port  November 12 and 19, 2013: ◦ PSC and Council: Approved revised RFP to original vendor list return to Council for approval of vendor for Phase 2 in Jan ‘14 3
  4. 4. Policy Vs. Procurement  Additional policy guidance regarding DAC  Focus on DAC Phase 2 Procurement to proceed with project implementation 4
  5. 5. Policy Recommendations  Privacy Policy: Mayor Quan and Administration recommend consideration by PSC and Council to appoint a “Blue Ribbon” Advisory Committee  Staff Developing Demo to augment Transparency of DAC capabilities and how system is envisioned to work  City Port Staff bring on consultants to assist with staffing study and options to provide to Council regarding DAC 5
  6. 6. Purpose and Mission  Provide Field first responders, City and Port realtime Situation Awareness and a Common Operating Picture during emergencies and day-to day operations  The DAC is designed to utilize Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software  PSIM’s help manage the “Flood of Data” from disparate technology systems and sources
  7. 7. Operational Capabilities PHASE I (Completed) • • • • • Port Security Cameras (approx 135) Intrusion Detection System (IDS) ShotSpotter City Traffic Cameras (approx 40) City GIS PHASE 2 (Planned) • Port GIS • Port Vessel Tracking System • Port Truck Management System • Police and Fire CAD Data • Police and Fire Records Management System • WebEOC Notifications • Tsunami Alerts • Police and Fire Vehicle Location • NOAA Weather Alerts • USGS Earthquake Info • News Feeds & Alerts 7
  8. 8. Map of City Traffic Cameras 8
  9. 9. Phase 2 Contract Award Phase 2 Contract – Summary of Staff Report  Selection Process with due diligence  Scope of Work ◦ Integration ◦ Standard Operating Procedures ◦ Maintenance and Support    Contract – Terms and Conditions Performance Completion Date – May 31, 2014
  10. 10. Next Phases Phase 2 Council Approval – January-Feb 2014  Phase 2 Kick Off - February 2014  EOC/DAC Public, Media Visual Demonstrations & Feedback – Spring 2014  Public Review, Comments and Edits to Policy – February – March 2014  Return to PSC and City Council Privacy Policy Recommendations – Late March- Early April 2014  Staffing Plan Study, DAC O/M and Options to City Council and Accept Grant Funding for DAC staffing - April 2014  EOC/DAC Phase 2 completion-Go Live, July 2014  Informational Report to PSC and City Council re: DAC Operations, next steps, etc.  10
  11. 11. Questions? 11
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