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United Kingdom-Coventry: Closed-circuit surveillance system
Modification of a contract/concession during its term
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Section II: Object
Closed-circuit surveillance system
Coventry City Council’s Environmental Services are seeking to procure a contract to purchase surveillance
cameras for ‘policing’ fly tipping in some City of Coventry streets. The intention is to run a pilot in 6 streets
within the City which forms the contracts initial requirement. Each of the streets will require 2 cameras so a total
of 12 in all. The cameras will require a software solution to be supplied that allows environmental services to
download data from the cameras (the cameras would need to be capable of storing 30 days of data, which is
overwritten by new data on a 30-day cycle) and remotely rotate the cameras to focus on different parts of the
street as necessary. Please see the invitation to tender (ITT) document for further information on the required
specification of the cameras and software.
The awarded contract will remain open for the supply of the ongoing software and any further call off of the
surveillance cameras during the term of the agreement
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract/concession
Section VI: Complementary information
Section VII: Modifications to the contract/concession
oventry City Council’s Environmental Services are seeking to procure a contract to purchase surveillance
street as necessary.
The Council is purchasing 4 further cameras which will include 5 years support.
The contract expiry date will be varied to now expire 1 year later on the 01/04/2028 (instead of 01/03/2027 which was currently permitted under the contracts extensions) to allow the addition of 5 years ongoing airtime and maintenance to ensure the current cameras continued use.
The value of the contract from these modification has been increased from £240k GBP to £332k GBP
By purchasing the new cameras from another supplier, they would not be compatible and accessible with the existing software we use for the current 20 cameras procured originally under the existing contract. In relation to the additional airtime and maintenance, the Council requires this for the equipment purchased under the original procurement and would need to purchase new hardware if we were not to do this. The original procured value of the contract was £240k and so this increase in spend (£92.8k) by the modifications above is under 50% of the original procured value.