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File #: 16-0985    Version: Name: University EMS Contract
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 6/3/2016 In control: (DELETE)Fire
On agenda: 6/23/2016 Final action: 6/23/2016
Title: Dept/ Agency: Department of Public Safety/ Fire Division Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending Type of Service: Professional Service Contract Purpose: To Provide Emergency Medical Services Entity Name: University Hospital/UH-EMS Entity Address: 150 Cabinet Street, Newark, New Jersey 07103 Contract Amount: Not to exceed $7,500,000.00 Funding Source: City of Newark Budget/Department of Public Safety Contract Period: January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2017 Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS ( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ ( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a Additional Information: N/A Deferred 7R6-a (as) 061516
Sponsors: Council of the Whole
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Dept/ Agency: Department of Public Safety/ Fire Division
Action: (X) Ratifying (X) Authorizing ( ) Amending
Type of Service: Professional Service Contract
Purpose: To Provide Emergency Medical Services
Entity Name: University Hospital/UH-EMS
Entity Address: 150 Cabinet Street, Newark, New Jersey 07103
Contract Amount: Not to exceed $7,500,000.00
Funding Source: City of Newark Budget/Department of Public Safety
Contract Period: January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2017
Contract Basis: ( ) Bid ( ) State Vendor (X) Prof. Ser. ( ) EUS
( ) Fair & Open ( ) No Reportable Contributions ( ) RFP ( ) RFQ
( ) Private Sale ( ) Grant ( ) Sub-recipient ( ) n/a
Additional Information: N/A
Deferred 7R6-a (as) 061516

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WHEREAS, the City of Newark (the "City") wishes to provide emergency medical services to its citizens and visitors of the City; and

WHEREAS, the University Hospital /UH-EMS is a State-controlled entity of the State of New Jersey, which provides complete emergency medical services, including E-911 medical dispatch, basic life support, advanced life support and heavy rescue; and

WHEREAS, the City and UH-EMS wishes to enter into a contract for these Emergency Medical Services; and

WHEREAS, this is a no bid contract, awarded without competitive bidding, as an exception to the Local Public Contracts Law, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:11-5(2), the contract between the City and UH-EMS, an agency of the State of New Jersey, is not subject to the Pay-to-Play legislation; and

WHEREAS, the City of Newark adopted the "Contractor Pay-to-Play Reform" ordinance, codified at Section 2:4-22C of the Revised General Ordinances of Newark (hereinafter "Pay-to-Play Reform Ordinance"), which requires reporting of political contributions to candidates for City of Newark elective municipal offices or City of Newark or County of Essex political committee...

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