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AG 04-171 I DATE OUT: I TO: ~\'I'\à,~~ITY OF FEDERAL WAY LA v: DEPARTMENT REQUEST FOR CONTRACT PREPARATIONffiOCUMENT REVIEW/SIGNATURE ROUTING SLIP DATE IN: 1. ORIGINATING DEPT.IDIV: PS RETURN TO LYNETTE 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: DEPUTYCHIEFßRIANWILSON EXT: 4702 3. DATE REQ. BY: TYPE OF DOCUMENT REQUESTED (CHECK ONE) x PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT 0 MAINTENANCE/LABOR AGREEMENT 0 PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT 0 SMALL PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT 0 SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. AGREEMENT & PERF/MAIN BOND; ASSIGNMENT OF FUNDS IN LIEU OF BOND) 0 CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) 0 CONTRACT AMENDMENT 0 CDBG 0 OTHER AG#: (LESS THAN $200,000) 0 PURCHASE AGREEMENT) (MATERIALS, SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT) 0 REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT PROJECT NAME: WASHINGTONSTATE-FFY03 SHSGP-l EQUIPMENT GRANT KING COUNTY NAME OF CONTRÅCTOR: ~kì ~ St~.k/ VIet IG~ Ú \ ADDRESS: -J SIGNATURE NAME: TELEPHONE TITLE ATTACH ALL EXHIBITS AND CHECK BOXES 0 SCOPE OF SERVICES 0 ALL EXHIBITS REFERENCED IN DOCUMENT 0 INSURANCE CERTIFICATE 0 DOCUMENT AUTHORIZING SIGNATURE TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: COMPLETION DATE: TOTAL COMPENSATION $ (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: 0 YES 0 NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED 0 YES 0 NO IF YES, $ PAID BY: 0 CONTRACTOR 0 CITY CONTRACT REvIEW 0 PROJECT MANAGER X DIRECTOR 0 RISK MANAGEMENT 0 LAW INITIALIDATE APPROVED INITIAL/DATE APPROVED (/} wile-.-. (A';;/) (jo~ ~(Al, INITIAL/DATE APPROVED CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING 0 LAW DEPARTMENT 0 CITY MANAGER "'f3-CI+V CLERK ~ - ".øiIGN COpy BACK TO ORGINATING DEP1'~ ~SSIGNEDAG# 0'-1-111 I 0 PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: ~- ~7 I} COMMENTS Law Dept. - Please approve for sienatures and return to Lynette. We will prepare a PRHS&PS memo alone with an Aeenda Bill for Council 10/09/02 , A b If ()'-!-/7 ) . .. May 15, 2004 The Honorable Dean McColgan Mayor City of Federal Way PO Box 9718 Federal Way, Washington 98063-9718 Dear Mayor McColgan: . "" The .state of Washington was awarded $7,926,000 in Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2003, by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of Justice Programs, Office for Domestic Preparedness ßtate Homeland Security Grant Program - Phase I (SHSGP-1) for equipment purchases. Attached are the' documents that impact your agency as a sub-recipient under the FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Grant. The Washington State Military Department was designated the State Administrative Agency for this grant program and worked dosely with county emergency management agencies to effectively make use of this resource through the assessment process. The purpose of the grant .funding is to purchase equipment, in accordance with existing strategic plans, to ensure that the nation's state and local emergency responders have the equipment required to properly respond to all hazards including terrorist incidents involving weapons of mass destruction (WMD). This equipment will be used as part of the mutual aid response from all WMD equipment recipient agencies in King County including Law Ehforcemen~ Fire, EMS, hospitals, Public Health, Public Works, and Emergency Management providers. Attachment A provides ~e projected list of equipment that will be distributed to your jurisdiction . through FFY03 funds. This list Is an estimate of the equipment that your Jurisdiction will receive and Is subject to change due to price fluctuation, tax variance, shipping costs, etc. Please review the attached list, and provide an authorizing signature to verify your jurisdiction will receive the listed equipment. If your jurisdiction wishes to waive the order of some, or all, of the equ'!pment listed, please notify the King County Office of Emergency Management in writing at 3511 NE 2 Street, Renton, WA 98056. KC OEM's point of contact is Mr. Shad Burcham; he ca'n be reached at 206-205- 4072. . . The decisions on WMD equipment types and distribution were made by a multi-disciplinary team comprised of representatives of Bellevue, Port of Seattle, and Seattle Fire departments, Kent and Seattle Police, King County Sheriffs Office (KCSO), Seattle Public Utilities, Soos Creek and Cedar River Water/Sewer Districts, TulMila Public Works, King County Department of Natural Resources & Parks, King County Police Chiefs Association, local emergency management agencies, Seattle-King Public Health, local emergency medical services, and King CoUnty Fire Chiefs Association. ~ Population, geography, potential targets, and hazardous materials response capabilities were included in th~ decision making process .for equipment allocation. . Attachment B lists the certifications and assurances the U.S. DHS requires as part of the grant package. As a recipient of federal funding, the Military Departmenfand King County made certain assurances to the U.S. DHS in the grant application. Thé sub-recipient agencies must also abide by the assurances. Specifically, non-discrimination and lobbying requirements require certifications by sub-recipients of the funding under this grant. The federal funding also places property management responsibility on the Washington State Military Department, King County, and its sub-recipients. Attachment C provides the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Property and Equipment Post Award Requirements, which will become the responsibility of the final recipient (receiving jurisdiction) of the equipment. Attachment D is the Distribution Agreement, between King County and the final receiving jurisdiction for property management. King County is acting as a pass through agency for the purchase and distribution of the equipment purchased with the grant funqs. Once the equipment is delivered it becomes the property of, and responsibility of, the final receiving jurisdictions to provide trainhig, main~nance, and storage. The final receiving jurisdictions will be responsible for the inventory accountability to King County OEM and the Military Department for DHS audits on the item~ accepted by that jurisdiction. Although Congress has appropriated significant funding for this equíp'nient, this grant does not mandate that your jurisdiction purchase replacement equipment. Attachment E .r~quests the pQint of contact infoffilation in your jurisdiction. The equipment purchased with these grant funds must be distributed in aéCordance with the DHS process. Please provide the point of contact infoffilation for delivery of all equipment. Equipment will be delivered to multiple locations in King County and it will be the responsibility of the final receiving jurisdictions to pick up equipment if it is not delivered directly "to the jurisdiction. Àttachment F is a sample hand ,receipt that will accompany each delivery. Please complete the Index of Attachments, along with Attachments A, B, D, and E. If you have questions please call Mt: Shad Burcham at 206-205-4072. When signed please mail to Mr. Burcham at: . King County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) . 3511 NE 2nd Street, Renton, WA 98056 . Thank you for your immediate attention to these requests, and your support on this critical issue. Sincerely, ~./~ Eric Holdeman Director, Office of Emergency Management Department of Ex~cutive Services (DES) Attachments # Shad Burcham, Program Manager, OEM, DES ." . INDEX.oF ATTACHMENTS. Washington State - FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Equipment Grant King tounty . This list is a summary of the attachments discussed in the letter and also indicates the action needed by the recipient agency. . Attachment A: WMD 03 Equipment Projected to be Distributed from Washington State Military Department through King County (Attachment must be signed and sizes must be provided.) Signed: Yes No Sizes Provided: Yes No Attachment B: Certifications and Assurances (Attachment must be signed.) Signed: Yes No , .. Attachment C: Department of Justice Property and Equipment Post Award " " '. Requirements . Please initial: Concur, Attachment D: Distribution Agreement (Attachment must be signed.) Signed: Yes No Attachment E: Agency Point of Contact for Delivery Completed (Please initial): Yes Nò' . Attachment F: Sample 'Hand Receipt . Please initial: I Concur . , Attachment A King County - FFY03 SHSGP-1 Grant Name of Jurisdiction or Agency: City of Federal Way Contact Person: Cdr Greg Wilson WMD 03 EQUIPMENT PROJECTED TO BE DISTRIBUTED FROM . WASHINGTON STATE MILITARY DEPARTMENT THROUGH KC OEM TO City of Federal Way Equipment Item Unit Cost Qty Total Cost Discipline Category Personal Nitrile gloves, .022 minimum 3.43 24 $82.32 LE(24) Protective thickness, used with LvI B/G ensemble . Personal Chemtape, 2'x60 yds, 24 11.10 24 $266.40 LE (24) Protective rolls/case Personal LeveiB/C hooded chemical 35.88 24 $861.12 LE (24) Protective protective suit. Model CPF-3, with 2k option, sold 6 per case Personal Latex Champion Bootie. Sold 50 1.90 24 $45.60 LE(24) Protective pair/case Total Jurisdictional Request: Sales Tax: 8.8% $110.47 Grand Total: $1,365.91 I, on behalf of the City of Federal Way, agree to accept the equipment listed above. If any significant changes are made, I will be notified by the King County Office of Emergency Management, prior to the order being placed. Authorized Signature ;/ City of r dei-al Way t~ ~cfV Page 1 of 1 Attachment B King County - FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Grant CERTIFICATIONS AND ASSURANCES As a sub-recipient of equipment purchased with federal funds under the STATE DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM grant, Award Number 2002-TE-CX-0131 (CFDA 16.007), the City of Federal Way makes the following certifications and assurances: 1. OMNIBUS CRIME CONTROL AND SAFE STREETS ACT OF 1968: It will comply with the applicable provisions of Title I of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as amended, the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, or the Victims of Crime Act, as appropriate; the provisions of the current edition of the Office of Justice Programs Financial and Administrative Guide for Grants, M71 00.1; and all other applicable Federal laws, orders, circulars, or regulations. 2. CIVIL RIGHTS: It will comply with the nondiscrimination requirements of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, as amended, 42 USC 3789(d}, or Victims of Crime Act (as appropriate); Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; Subtitle A, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (1990); '. " " Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; Department of Justice Non-Discrimination Regulations, 28 CFR Part 42, Sul;>parts C,D,~, and G; and Department of Justice regulations on disability discrimination, 28 CFR Part 35 and Part 39. 3. LOBBYING: As required by Section 1352 of the U.S. Code, and implemented at 28 CFR Part 69, for persons entering into a grant or cooperative agreement over $100,000, as defined at 28 CFR Part 69, the applicant certifies that: a) No. Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the making of any Federal grant, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modificatior of any Federal grant or cooperative agreement; b) If any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal grant or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form - LLL, "Disclosure of Lobbying Activities," in accordance with its instructions.. c) The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all sub-awards at all tiers (including sub grants, Page 1 of 2 Attachment B King County - FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Grant City of Federal Way lolly/or Date! I / .. .. . . , , . . Page 2 of 2 . Attachment C King County - FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Grant. . .. PART III - POST AWARD REQUIREMENTS . Chapter 1: Payments . Chapter 2: Period of Availability of Funds . Chapter 3: MatchinQ or Cost SharinQ . Chapter 4: Proqram Income . Chapter 5: Adjustments to Awards . Chapter 6: Property and Equipment . Chapter 7: Allowable Costs . Chap~r8:ConfidentiaIFunds . Chapter 9: Sub awards . Chapter 10: Procurements Under Awards of Federal Assistancè ".', " Chapter 11: ReportinQ Requirements . Chapter 12: Retention and Access Requirements for Records " Chapter 13: Sanctions' . Chapter 14: Termination for Convenience . Chapter 15: Costs ReQuirinQ Prior Approval . Chapter 16: Unallowable Costs . Chapter 17: Indirect Costs . Chapter 18: Closeout . Chapter 19: Audit Requirements . . Page 1 of 3 Attachment C King County - FFY03 SHSGP-1 Grant Chapter 6: Property and. Equipment Acquisition of Property and Equipment. Recipients/sub recipients are required to be prudent in the acquisition and management of property with Federal funds. Expenditure of funds for the acquisition of new property, when suitable property required for the successful execution of projects is already available within the recipient or sub recipient organization, will be considered an unnecessary expenditure. Note: Equipment purchased using funds made available under Federal grants shall be year 2000 compliant and shall be able to process all time/date data after December 31, 1999. Screening. Careful screening should take place before acquiring property in order to ensure that it is needed with particular consideration given to whether equipment already in the possession of the recipient/sub recipient organization can meet identified needs. While there is no prescribed standard for such review, recipient/sub recipient procedures may establish levels of review dependent on factors such as the cost of th~ proposed equipment and the size of the recipient or sub recipient organizatioh. The establishment of a screening committee may facilitate the process; hoV:'ever, a recipient or sub recipient may utilize other management techniques, which it finds effective as a basis for determining that the property is needed and that it is not already available within the recipient's organization. . The awarding agency's program monitors must ensure that the screening referenced above takes place and that the recipient/sub. recipient has an effective system for property management. Recipients/sub recipients are hereby informed that if the awarding agency is made aware that the recipient/sub recipient does not employ an adequate property management system, project costs associated with the acquisition of the property may be disallowed. . . loss, Damage, or Theft of Equipment. Recipients/sub recipients are responsible for replacing or repairing the property, which is willfully or negligently lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed. Any loss, damage, or theft of the property must be investigated and fully documented and made part of the official project records. Real Property Aaquired with Formula Funds. 1. land Acquisition. Block/formula funds CANNOT be used for land acquisition. 2. Title. Subject to the obligations and conditions set forth in the award, title to real property acquired under an award or subaward vests, upon acquisition, in the recipient or sub recipient. 3. Use of Real Property.' The recipient and its sub recipients may use real property acquired, in whole or in part, with Federal funds for the authorized purposes of the original grant or sub award as long as needed for that purpose. The sub recipients shall maintain an inventory report, which identifies real property acquired, in whole or Page 2 of 3 . . Attachment C King County - FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Grant in part, with block or formula funds. The recipient or.sub recipient shall not dispose of or encu'mber its title or other interests. 4. Disposition. The sub recipient shall obtain approval for the use of the real property in other projects when the sub recipient determines that the real property is no longer needed for the original grant purposes. Use in other projects shall be limited to those under other Federally sponsored projects or programs that'have purposes consistent with those authorized for support by the State. When the real property is no longer needed as provided above, the sub recipient shall request disposition instructions from the State. The State shall exercise one of the following: a. Direct the real property to be transferred to another sub recipient or a criminal justice activity needing the property, provided that use of such real property is consistent with those objectives authorized for support by the State. b. Return all real property furnished or purchased wholly with Federal funds to the control of the awarding agency. In the case of real property purchased in part with Federal funds, the sub recipient may be permitted to retain title upon compensating the awarding agency for its fair share of the property. The Federal share of the property shall be computed by applying the percentage of the Federal participation in the total cost of .the project for which the property was acquired to the current fair market value of the property. In those instances where the sub recipient does not wish to purchase real property originally purchased in part with Federal funds, disposition instructions shall be obtained from the .awarding agency. . . Page 3 of 3 Attachment D King County - FFY03 SHSGP-1 Grant DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT This Contract is entered into by King County represented by the Department of Executive Services, Office of Emergency Management (Department) and the City of Federal Way (Final Receiving Jurisdiction),whose address is , PO Box 9718 Federal Way, WA 98063-9718. The Department is undertaking certain activities related to the STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM as funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office for Domestic Preparedness under Grant Award Number 2003-TE-CX-0168. Under the terms and conditions of Grant Award Number 2003-TE-CX-0168, the Department will be distributing specialized emergency response equipment to the Final Receiving Jurisdiction. The distribution of the equipment is subject to the following terms and conditions. 1. The equipment delivered to the City of Federal Way is described in Attachment A. 2. The equipment delivered to the city of Federal Way is accepted "as is" by the city with the understanding that the Department disclaims all warranties for the delivered equipment. Should the equipment not perform as specified by the vendor, the Department will provide all warranty repair information to the City of """ Federal Way. 3. Th.e City of Fed~ral Way is responsible for the exchange of equipment with like items for proper size, etc. King County will provide all exchange information to the City of Federal Way. 4. The City of Federal Way is responsible for all training related to the proper use, care and maintenance of the delivered equipment. 5. King County assumes no responsibility for the use, care or maintenance of the delivered equipment by the City of Federal Way. The City of Federal Way shall protect, defend, indemnify and save harmless King County, its officers, employees and agents from any and all costs, claims, judgments and/or awards of damages, arising out of or in any way resulting from the negligent acts or omissions of the City of Federal Way, its officers, employees, and/or agents. The City of Federal Way agrees that its obligations under this subparagraph extend to any claim, demand, and/or cause of action brought by or on behalf of any of its employees, or agents. For this purpose, the City of Federal Way, by mutÜal negotiation, hereby waives, as respects the Department only, any immunity that would otherwise be available against such claims under the Industrial Insurance provisions of Title 51 RCW. In the event the King County incurs attorney fees and/or costs in the defense of claims, for damages within the scope of this section, such fees and costs shall be recoverable from the City of Federal Way. In addition, King County shall be entitled to recover from the City of Federal Way, fees, and costs incurred to enforce the provisions of this section. Page 1 of 2 Attachment D King County - FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Grant Claims shall include, but not be limited to, a~sertions that the use or transfer of any software, book, document, report, film, tape, or sound reproduction or material of any kind, delivered hereunder, constitutes an infringement of any copyright, patent, trademark, trade name, and/or otherwise results in unfair trade practice. 6. The city of Federal Way shall comply with the Department of Justice Post Award Requirements, Chaptèr 6: Property and Equipment, of Grant Award Number 2003-TE-CX-O168, Attachment C, copy attached and incorporated by 'r re e a iffully - herein. £.31. ~-(j<~- Authorized Signature ÒI~ ;f:~~~ ~~~ (j' /. t ~!ÎJ Title Director, King County Office of ~. ergency ~?;þ~~ U~~~ ~J~Jól/ £-{ (-OC( Date 10/ It{ /0 Lj Date' . . . Page 2 of 2 Attachment E . King County- FFYO3 SHSGP-1 Grant AGENCY POINT OF CONTACt fOR DELlv.ERY Name:~ Greg Wilson. Title: Cdr Organization:_Federal Way Police Opt' Shipping Address (cannot be a PO Box): PO Box 9718 City, State, Zip: _Federal Way, WA 98063- 9718 Fax Number. _253-661- 4578 Phone Number: 253-661- 4702. .. . . . ,E-mail Address: an ne.l<irkpatrick@cityoffederalway.com . . , . . . (Must be equipped to accept large pallets of equipment.) . . , Page 1 of 1 HAND RECEIPT . .. (Date) '~' Greg Wilson. Commander City of Federal Way Police PO Box 9718 . Federal Way, Washington 98063-9718 I hereby acknowledge receipt of the following equipment from the State Homeland Security Grant Program: . Equipment Item Unit Cost Qty Total Cost Discipline Category Personal Nitrile gloves, .022 minimum 3.43 24 $82.32 LE(24) . Protective thickness, used with Lvi B/C ensemble Personal Chemtape, 2')(60 yds, 24 11.10 24 $266.40 LE (24) Protective rolls/case .. Personal LeveiB/C hooded chemical 35.88 24 $861.12 LE (24) Prp~ective protective suit. Model CPF-3, with '. '. 2k option, sold 6 per case Personal Latex Champion Bootie. Sold 50 1.90 24 $45.60 LE(24) Protectiv$ . . pair/case Total Jurisdictional Request: Sales Tax: 8.8% $110.47 ., Grand Total: $1,365.91 We understand this is a one-time grant and, as such, the final recipient is responsible for the maintenance, training, ~nd proper'storage of the equipment. Equipment lost, stolen, or unrepairable will not be replaced. We also hold the Department of Homeland Security, the Washington State Military Department, and King County OEM harmless for any and all damages that may result from the acceptance of this equipment, including data loss. Signed by: Title: Telephone: Date: ø MEETING DATE: September 7, 2004 ITEM# Jt C 3 ") -"'--'------' -.-.----.---....-.----.-----.-....-.. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY City Council AGENDA BILL SUBJECT: Washington State - FFY03 SHSGP-l Equipment Grant King County -. --.- -.-------.-------.--------- ------.--------.--.---. .-.-.--....-.--.-......--.-.--.-----..--...--..-.......-.._..... "-'---'......-....--....-'-""""""-"-' . CATEGORY: BUDGET IMP ACT: X CONSENT 0 RESOLUTION 0 CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 0 ORDINANCE 0 PUBLIC HEARING 0 OTHER Amount Budgeted: Expenditure Amt.: Contingency Req'd: $ $ $ ...-..----..-.--.--------......----------.-.--.----.--------------...----.--.--.----.....-..-....---..-.-.'--..--...-...-...-.-.....-..--...........-....-..... ATTACHMENTS: PRHS&PS Memo from Chief Kirkpatrick on the FFY03 SHSGP-l Equipment Grant, letter to Mayor Dean McColgan, Index of Attachments, and Attachments A, B, C, D, E, and Hand Receipt -.------ -. --- --'------'-----"-----'----""'" -.... SUMMARYIBACKGROUND: The Federal Way Department of Public Safety is requesting authorization to accept the FFY03 SHSGP-I Equipment Grant. The purpose of the grant funding is to purchase equipment to ensure that the nation's state and local emergency responders have the equipment required to properly respond to all hazards including terrorist incidents involving weapons of mass destruction. The projected list of equipment to be distributed to our jurisdiction totals $1,365.91. A complete list of items is shown on the PRHS&PS memo attached. ...-----""- "",,---,---,---,-,-,-,---"'---'---""- CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: Motion to approve the Washington State - FFY03 SHSGP- I Equipment Grant - King County. ..----.....---.--................-........--.......-...--.. .. . PROPOSED MOTION: "I moye approval of the Washington State - FFYO3 SHSGP-l Equipment Grant King County -.-----. ~ ..---...---.--- --.-.- -.. ..-.-.-....---.-.-.-- ..-.- - -.... CITY MANAGER APPROVAL: (BELOW TO BE COMPLETED BY CiTY CLERKS OFFICE) COUNCIL ACT~O . ~ APPROVE 0 DENIED. 0 T ABLED/DE RRED/NO ACTION 0 MOVED TO SECOND READING (ordinances only) COUNCIL BILL # 1 ST reading Enactment reading ORDINANCE # RESOLUTION # - REVISED - 05/10/2001 City of Federal Way CITY COUNCIL .. P ARKS, RECREATION, HUMAN SERVICES, AND PUBLIC SAFETY To: Parks, Recreation, Human Services & Public Safety Council Committee Anne Kirkpatrick, Chief of Police c?t:.(. David Moseley, City Manage~ ~ August 9, 2004 From: Via: Date: Subject: Washington State - FFY03 SHSGP-I Equipment Grant King County Background; T~.Federal Way Department of Public Safety is requesting authorization to accept the FFY03 SHSGP-l Equipment Grant. The purpose of the grant funding is to purchase equipment, in accordance with existing strategic plans, to ensure that the nation's state and local emergency responders have the equipment required to properly respond to all hazards including terrorist incidents involving weapons of mass destruction. Following is the projected list of equipment to be distributed to our jurisdiction: 24 Nitrile Gloves, .022 minimum thickness, used with LvI B/C ensemble 24 Chemtape, 2 x 60 yds, 24 rolls / case 24 Level B/C hooded chemical protective suit, Model CPF-3 with 2k option, sold 6 per case . Lat~x Champion Bootie, Sold 50 pair/case Tax@ 8.8% . $82.32 $266.40 24 $861.12 $45.60 $110.47 $1,365.91 Grand Total COMMITIEE ACTION: Motion to approve'and accept the Washington State - FFY03 SHSGP-I Equipment Grant - King County and forward to full Council for consideration at its September 7, 2004 meeting APPROVAL BY COMMITTEE: Committee Member . ~