Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 8/4/2020 - 5:00 PM
Category: Adoption of Consent Agenda
Type: Action
Subject: 2020-2021 Supplier Spend Estimated to Surpass Board of Education Threshold Specified in Board Policy DJ
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Summary : The following suppliers will need Board approval due to the estimated spend for the 2020-2021 school year based on past purchase and anticipated spend over the full school year. All estimated spends listed were included in the budget adopted by the Board of Education on June 23, 2020.

1. Information Technology Products and Licenses - Total combined amount not to exceed the amount approved in the 2020-2021 budget or via Bond funds. The exact items of technology purchases is partially based on school/staff orders based on building needs or annual software license purchases from vendors.
- Apple Computer, Inc. - $2,000,000
- Advanced Network Management - $551,360
* E-rate will reimburse $155,488 of the total amount.
- CDW Government LLC - $750,000
- DHE Computer Systems - $1,750,000
- GovConnection Inc. - $1,000,000
- Infinite Campus - $500,000
* Student Information management system

2. Delta Controls/SetPoint Systems - $3,705,000
- Construction in Progress (CIP) Bond work for Delta Building Controls at multiple schools. SetPoint is the only authorized dealer/installer for Delta Controls in Colorado. Work will continue through summer 2021.

3. Johnson Controls - $3,700,000
- CIP Bond work for District-wide fire alarm upgrades. Work will continue through summer 2021.

4. Arapahoe Community College - $3,100,000
- Concurrent Enrollment Fees - Reimbursed by the State Board of Community Colleges and Occupational Education.

5. Laradon Hall, Joshua School, & The Gem Center - $2,235,500 total between all companies.
- Out of district day treatment and excess costs (student tuition).

6. Colorado School Districts Self Insurance Pool - $1,900,000
- Insurance for the District which included: SEL (School Entity Liability), Employee Benefits Liability, School Auto, Property, Equipment Breakdown, Crime and Excess Crime, School Crisis Act, Privacy & Network Liability, Pollution and Remediation (includes all premiums and deductibles).

7. CCMSI - $1,600,000
- Third-party administrator of Workers Compensation claims.

8. Colorado Transportation Industries LLC, and American Logistics Company - $3,000,000 total between all companies.
- Third-party outsourced transportation for students with special needs and foster care students.

9. College Board - $750,000
- A/P testing fees.

10. Ambient Energy - $7,000,000
- CIP Bond work for testing and balancing building controls at multiple schools. Work will continue through summer 2021.

11. Tyson Foods - $650,000
- Nutrition Services chicken purchase.

12. Vision Service Plan - $550,000
- Group vision insurance for the District.

13. Buckeye International - $535,000
- Janitorial and paper supplies.
Recommendation: That the Board of Education approve the Supplier Spend for multiple suppliers whose spend is expected to surpass the purchasing threshold specified in Policy DJ in 2020-2021 under adoption of Consent Agenda.
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Kate Kotaska - Chief Financial Officer
Signed By:
Dr. Thomas Tucker - Superintendent
Vote Results: