In the matter of approving Klamath County to enter into an intergovernmental agreement for funding, operation, and maintenance of a Tyler Technologies Public Safety Software Platform and Program - Chris Kaber, Sheriff
Background: In the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the City of Klamath Falls (the City), Klamath County, the Klamath 911 Emergency Communication District, and Klamath County Fire District No. 1, parties seek to establish and maintain a single, coordinated, integrated Public Safety System, encompassing Computer Aid Dispatch, a Records Management System, Jail Management System, and field mobile applications that enable the parties to share accurate and timely public safety information, increase operational efficiency and facilitate information access. The parties have identified a third-party vendor, Tyler Technologies, LLC ; the City as purchasing agent, will enter into and administer a Software as a Service contract with Tyler Technologies, LLC for the benefit of all parties. The fiscal impact for initial implementation will be $188,041, followed by an annual obligation of $142,739.58 over 5 years. These numbers represent Klamath County’s portion of the whole agreement.
Recommended Motion: Approve Klamath County and Klamath County Commissioner Chair to enter in to and sign the Intergovernmental Agreement to establish and maintain a single, coordinated, integrated Public Safety System encompassing Computer Aid Dispatch, a Records Management System, Jail Management System, and applications that enable accurate and timely public safety information. Fiscal Impact: Initial implementation cost of $188,041 with an annual cost of $142,739.58 over 5 years. Funding source to be determined.