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File #: 15-217    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Status: Passed
File created: 3/17/2015 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/14/2015 Final action: 4/14/2015
Title: AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A LINKING AGREEMENT WITH KELLY SERVICES, INC. Staff Contact: Tom Duensing, Director, Finance and Technology
Sponsors: Tom Duensing
Attachments: 1. State Contract ADSPO13-043962, 2. Linking Agreement - Kelly Services
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AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A LINKING AGREEMENT WITH KELLY SERVICES, INC.
Staff Contact: Tom Duensing, Director, Finance and Technology
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Purpose and Recommended Action
Recommendation

This is a request for the City Council to authorize the City Manager to enter into a linking agreement with Kelly Services, Inc. for Citywide temporary staffing services through March 28, 2016; authorize the City Manager or designee to renew the agreement at their discretion, upon consent of both parties, for an additional two years through March 28, 2018 in an amount not to exceed $200,000 per year.
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Background

On March 25, 2013, the State of Arizona entered into a contract, ADSPO13-043962, with Kelly Services, Inc. for temporary staffing services. The contract is available for use by all state agencies, boards, commissions, and eligible political subdivisions including the City of Glendale. Purchases can be made by governmental entities from the date of award, which was March 25, 2013, until the date the contract expires, as amended, on April 1, 2016. The request is to also allow the City Manager or designee the authorization to renew the term of the agreement for an additional two, one-year periods until the cooperative purchasing agreement expires on March 25, 2018.

Kelly Services, Inc. provides temporary staffing services in various job functions such as accounting, call center, administrative and clerical, data entry, and other areas of specialized expertise.
Analysis

Cooperative purchasing allows counties, municipalities, schools, colleges and universities in Arizona to use a contract that was competitively procured by another governmental entity or purchasing cooperative. Such purchasing helps reduce the cost of procurement, allows access to a multitude of competitively bid contracts, and provides the opportunity to take advantage of volume pricing. The Glendale City Code authorizes cooperative purchases when the solicitation p...

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