Cllr Dom Morris sought Cabinet approval for the award of a parking and enforcement related ICT contract, divided into three separate contracts, to replace the council’s existing parking and enforcement related ICT services contracts.
Having considered all of the information, Cabinet noted the report and
1. Approve, without further competition, the award of the following three
separate Call-Off Contracts under Lot 4 of the Eastern Shires
Procurement Organisation (ESPO) Framework Agreement to the
preferred tenderer, namely Chipside Limited, in accordance with the direct
award criteria thereunder, for the purpose of replacing the council’s
existing parking and enforcement related ICT services contracts:
(a) Call-Off Contract 1: Relating to the supply of an ICT back-office endto-
end Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) management system;
(b) Call-Off Contract 2: Relating to the supply of PCN correspondence
(c) Call-Off Contract 3: Relating to the supply of a cashless parking and
permit management system.
Each of the proposed Call-Off Contracts shall continue for an initial period
of 7 years and include an option to extend their terms for a further period
of not more than 3 years.
2. Delegate authority to the Executive Director of Economy, Environment
and Infrastructure to determine whether to exercise the option to extend
the term of each of the said Call-Off Contracts for a further period of not
more than 3 years on the expiry of the initial 7-year terms.