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File #: 2008-0548    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 10/13/2008 In control: Government Accountability and Oversight Committee
On agenda: 5/11/2009 Final action: 5/11/2009
Enactment date: 5/14/2009 Enactment #: 16512
Title: AN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County executive to enter into an interlocal cooperation agreement with the state Department of Printing for the provision of printing goods and services and to recognize the facilities management division print shop as the exclusive provider of printing goods and services to county agencies and the state Department of Printing as the preferred provider of printing goods and services to county agencies in accordance with the terms of the interlocal cooperation agreement.
Sponsors: Dow Constantine
Attachments: 1. Ord 16512.pdf, 2. 2008-0548 attach 4 Operational Review (Mar 09 - Revised).doc, 3. 2008-0548 Fiscal Note.xls, 4. 2008-0548 SR Copy Center Interlocal SR ws1.doc, 5. 2008-0548 staff report Copy Center Interlocal 4-7-09 ws.doc, 6. 2008-0548 Transmittal letter.doc, 7. A. Interlocal Agreement between the State of Washington Department of Printing and King County, Relating to the Provision of Printing Goods and Services, 8. Attachment A to Letter - Transition Implementation 092408.xls, 9. Attachment B to Letter - Operational Review 092508.doc
Staff: Soo Hoo, Wendy
Drafter
Clerk 10/9/2008
Title
AN ORDINANCE authorizing the King County executive to enter into an interlocal cooperation agreement with the state Department of Printing for the provision of printing goods and services and to recognize the facilities management division print shop as the exclusive provider of printing goods and services to county agencies and the state Department of Printing as the preferred provider of printing goods and services to county agencies in accordance with the terms of the interlocal cooperation agreement.
Body
STATEMENT OF FACTS:
1. The King County executive analyzed three options for operations of printing and graphics arts as outlined in the October 2006 printing and graphics business plan.
2. The King County 2007 Budget Ordinance, 15353, Section 106, as amended, called for the acknowledgment of receipt of a revised executive recommendation and transition plan for printing and graphic arts operations.
3. The recommendation and transition plan addressed labor, legal and financial issues resulting from the executive recommendation regarding printing and graphic arts operations after June 30, 2007.
4. The King County executive determined that closure of the current printing and graphics arts operations was not the best option and recommended a transition to a new operational model consisting of a distributed graphics and brokerage for printing services as the only viable option.
5. The appointed transition manager has determined that engaging a single commercial printer is the best solution to providing in-plant print services and satisfying most of the county department and agency printing needs.
6. The state Department of Printing is uniquely positioned to fill the printer role with appropriate supporting business systems, a statewide delivery system, fulfillment capacity and high volume print production capacity.
7. The state Department of Printing agrees that the facilities management division print shop has t...

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