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File #: 20-0041    Version: 1 Name: Bidera LLC Use of City Logo
Type: Purchase Status: Passed
File created: 12/24/2019 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 2/19/2020 Final action: 2/19/2020
Title: MOTION TO GRANT THE USE OF THE CITY'S LOGO ON BIDERA LLC'S ONLINE WEB-BASED AUCTIONEERING SYSTEM, WHICH THE CITY USES TO SELL SURPLUS ITEMS AND EQUIPMENT AT NO COST TO THE CITY OF PEMBROKE PINES.
Attachments: 1. 1. Piggy Back Agreement for Auctioneering Services - Bidera LLC
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MOTION TO GRANT THE USE OF THE CITY'S LOGO ON BIDERA LLC'S ONLINE WEB-BASED AUCTIONEERING SYSTEM, WHICH THE CITY USES TO SELL SURPLUS ITEMS AND EQUIPMENT AT NO COST TO THE CITY OF PEMBROKE PINES.

Summary Explanation and Background

PROCUREMENT PROCESS TAKEN:

- Chapter 35 of the City’s Code of Ordinance is titled “PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES, PUBLIC FUNDS.”

- Section 35.25(A) of the City's Code of Ordinances is titled "OPEN MARKET PROCEDURE" and states "Generally. A purchase of, or contract for, commodities or services that is estimated by the Chief Procurement Officer to cost $5,000 or less, maybe purchased either in the open market without newspaper advertisement and without observing the procedures prescribed by § 35.19, or in accordance with the competitive bidding procedure prescribed by § 35.19, as deemed appropriate by the Chief Procurement Officer.  However, all such purchases of greater than the estimated cost of $5,000 but less than or equal to $7,500 shall require at least three oral quotations.  Purchases of an estimated cost greater than $7,500 but less than or equal to $25,000 shall require at least three quotations in written form."

- Section 35.18 of the City's Code of Ordinances is titled "COMPETITIVE BIDDING OR COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS REQUIRED; EXCEPTIONS."

- Section 35.18(C) states that "Only the following situations are exempt from the competitive bid and competitive proposal requirements of this section:"

- Section 35.18(C)(5) states that “Commodities or services that are the subject of contracts with the state its political subdivisions or other governmental entities including the United States government, are exempt from this section, provided, however, that this division shall apply only if the contract expressly permits or if the awarding jurisdiction and/or the vendor agree to allow the city to purchase therefrom and if either:  (i) the commodities or services are the subject of a price schedule negotiated by the state or f...

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