SCR911


Request for Information on
Law Enforcement Records Management Systems

The Santa Cruz Metropolitan Records System user agencies, Capitola, Santa Cruz, and Watsonville Police Departments, along with the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office, are surveying the market for Law Enforcement Records Management Systems suitable for a collaborative, multi-agency deployment. The primary goals of this RFI are to learn about the features and functions of the available software solutions and to obtain information about the range of costs and financing options in order to begin budget planning for a procurement during FY 2018/19..

Click on the links below to review the Request for Information (RFI) and Appendix A Requirements.

Download the Request for Information
Download Appendix A - Requirements List

RFI Timeline:

October 30, 2017  RFI Issued
December 15, 2017 Questions about the RFI Due to SCR9-1-1
January 5, 2018 SCR9-1-1 website updated with responses to questions submitted by Dec. 15th
January 12, 2018 Responses to RFI Due by 4:00 p.m. to SCR9-1-1

Responses to the RFI shall be delivered electronically and only in the following formats: Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel, or Portable Document Format (PDF).
Responses may be sent via e-mail to amethyst@scr911.org or delivered (on electronic) media to:
Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1
Attn: Amethyst Uchida
495 Upper Park Rd
Santa Cruz, CA 95065

 

Santa Cruz Regional 9-1-1 (SCR9-1-1) encourages responses from certified minority, women and disabled-owned suppliers and contractors. SCR9-1-1 also encourages the good faith effort by contractors, suppliers and vendors to sub-contract and procure from small minority, disabled-owned and women contractors, suppliers and vendors.


 

SCR9-1-1
495 Upper Park Rd.
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
(831) 471-1000

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