The Sheriff’s Office Legislative, Contracts and Analysis Unit is part of the Administrative Division and plays a critical role for the organization, managing contracts and grants throughout their lifecycle. Following are services and tasks performed by this unit.
Collaborate with the County’s Procurement Department to release solicitations and establish a new Agreement. Solicitations include Invitation to Bid (ITB), Informal Competitive Procurement (ICP), and Request for Proposals (RFP).
Conduct market research and analysis of data related to procurement of goods and/or services to justify the departments’ acquisition request.
Manage and administer direct Service Agreements with Contractors, Revenue Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with other agencies, and other Board approved contracts.
Work in partnership with County Counsel and Contractor to create and renew Agreements.
Ensure all Agreements comply with Chapter 5 of the Board of Supervisors (BOS) Policy.
Prepare and submit Board transmittals in the form of legislative files to bring Agreements, Ordinances, Board referrals and other reports for BOS consideration and/or approval.
Monitor regular BOS and its sub-committee’s meeting proceedings to address current and future requirements.
Work together with Command Staff on the submission and management of grant applications, including status and financial reports.