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File #: 18-1064    Name:
Type: General Business Status: Passed
File created: 8/29/2018 In control: Broken Arrow City Council
On agenda: 9/18/2018 Final action: 9/18/2018
Title: Consideration, discussion, and possible approval of and authorization to execute a Service Agreement for Disaster Recovery Services between the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) and the City of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and an Agreement with the Oklahoma Municipal League for Disaster Recovery Services as a membership benefit
Attachments: 1. Service Agreement for Disaster Recovery Services with IBTS, 2. Agreement with OML for Disaster Recovery Services, 3. IBTS Information Guide
Broken Arrow City Council
Meeting of: 09/4/2018

Title:
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Consideration, discussion, and possible approval of and authorization to execute a Service Agreement for Disaster Recovery Services between the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) and the City of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and an Agreement with the Oklahoma Municipal League for Disaster Recovery Services as a membership benefit
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Background:
The Oklahoma Municipal Services Corporation (OMSC) and the Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, have entered into an agreement that offers Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) members access to pre-event contracts ahead of disaster for recovery services.
Under the proposed agreement, OML members have access to sub-recipient agreements, disaster planning and plan activation, initial disaster response, post disaster phase, recovery administration, active recovery, grant closeout, resilience planning, and other associated shared services.
The City of Broken Arrow, as an OML member, can sign a pre-disaster contract with IBTS, which is only implemented upon action if it faces an emergency or would like to use IBTS for disaster preparedness planning and mitigation programs. The City would only be responsible for services contracted and not a retainer fee.
Having access to said services would definitely be helpful the City and our Emergency Management Operations during man-made or natural disaster situation. Should the City enter into this agreement, Broken Arrow would be the first city in Oklahoma and the United States to sign the pre-event contract.

Cost: $0
Funding Source: N/A
Requested By: Michael L. Spurgeon, City Manager
Approved By: Michael L. Spurgeon, City Manager
Attachments: Service Agreement for Disaster Recovery Services with Institute for
Building Technology and Safety (IBTS)
Agreement with OML for Disaster Recov...

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