IPS Group`s Response to RFP - National Cooperative Purchasing

IPS Group`s Response to RFP - National Cooperative Purchasing
Table of Contents
Section Title
Proposal Tabs
Tab 1
Signature Form
Tab2
NCPA Administration Agreement
Tab3
Vendor Questionnaire
Tab4
Vendor Profile
TabS
Products and Services
Tab6
References
Tab 7
Pricing
TabS
Value Added Products and Services
Tab9
Required Documents
Tab 10
Certif icat ions and Product Informat ion
Tab 1 – Master Agreement General Terms and Conditions ♦ Customer Support Ø The vendor shall provide timely and accurate technical advice and sales support. The vendor shall respond to such requests within one (1) working day after receipt of the request. ♦ Assignment of Contract Ø No assignment of contract may be made without the prior written approval of Region 14 ESC. Purchase orders and payment can only be made to awarded vendor. Awarded vendor is required to notify Region 14 ESC when any material change in operation is made. ♦ Disclosures Ø Respondent affirms that he/she has not given, offered to give, nor intends to give at any time hereafter any economic opportunity, future employment, gift, loan, gratuity, special discount, trip, favor or service to a public servant in connection with this contract. Ø The respondent affirms that, to the best of his/her knowledge, the offer has been arrived at independently, and is submitted without collusion with anyone to obtain information or gain any favoritism that would in any way limit competition or give an unfair advantage over other vendors in the award of this contract. ♦ Renewal of Contract Ø Unless otherwise stated, all contracts are for a period of one (1) year with an option to renew annually for an additional four (4) years if agreed to by Region 14 ESC and the vendor. ♦ Funding Out Clause Ø Any/all contracts exceeding one (1) year shall include a standard “funding out” clause. A contract for the acquisition, including lease, of real or personal property is a commitment of the entity’s current revenue only, provided the contract contains either or both of the following provisions: Ø Retains to the entity the continuing right to terminate the contract at the expiration of each budget period during the term of the contract and is conditioned on a best efforts attempt by the entity to obtain appropriate funds for payment of the contract. ♦ Shipments (if applicable) Ø The awarded vendor shall ship ordered products within seven (7) working days for goods available and within four (4) to six (6) weeks for specialty items after the receipt of the order unless modified. If a product cannot be shipped within that time, the awarded vendor shall notify the entity placing the order as to why the product has not shipped and shall provide an estimated shipping date. At this point the participating entity may cancel the order if estimated shipping time is not acceptable. ♦ Tax Exempt Status Ø Since this is a national contract, knowing the tax laws in each state is the sole responsibility of the vendor. ♦ Payments Ø The entity using the contract will make payments directly to the awarded vendor. ♦ Pricing Ø All pricing submitted to shall include the administrative fee to be remitted to NCPA by the awarded vendor. It is the awarded vendor’s responsibility to keep all pricing up to date and on file with NCPA. Ø All deliveries shall be freight prepaid, F.O.B. destination and shall be included in all pricing offered unless otherwise clearly stated in writing ♦ Warranty Ø Proposals should address each of the following: §
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Applicable warranty and/or guarantees of equipment and installations including any conditions and response time for repair and/or replacement of any components during the warranty period. Availability of replacement parts Life expectancy of equipment under normal use Detailed information as to proposed return policy on all equipment ♦ Indemnity Ø The awarded vendor shall protect, indemnify, and hold harmless Region 14 ESC and its participants, administrators, employees and agents against all claims, damages, losses and expenses arising out of or resulting from the actions of the vendor, vendor employees or vendor subcontractors in the preparation of the solicitation and the later execution of the contract. ♦ Franchise Tax Ø The respondent hereby certifies that he/she is not currently delinquent in the payment of any franchise taxes. ♦ Supplemental Agreements Ø The entity participating in this contract and awarded vendor may enter into a separate supplemental agreement to further define the level of service requirements over and above the minimum defined in this contract i.e. invoice requirements, ordering requirements, specialized delivery, etc. Any supplemental agreement developed as a result of this contract is exclusively between the participating entity and awarded vendor. ♦ Certificates of Insurance Ø Certificates of insurance shall be delivered to the Public Agency prior to commencement of work. The insurance company shall be licensed in the applicable state in which work is being conducted. The awarded vendor shall give the participating entity a minimum of ten (10) days notice prior to any modifications or cancellation of policies. The awarded vendor shall require all subcontractors performing any work to maintain coverage as specified. ♦ Legal Obligations Ø It is the Respondent’s responsibility to be aware of and comply with all local, state, and federal laws governing the sale of products/services identified in this RFP and any awarded contract and shall comply with all while fulfilling the RFP. Applicable laws and regulation must be followed even if not specifically identified herein. ♦ Protest Ø A protest of an award or proposed award must be filed in writing within ten (10) days from the date of the official award notification and must be received by 5:00 pm CST. No protest shall lie for a claim that the selected Vendor is not a responsible Bidder. Protests shall be filed with Region 14 ESC and shall include the following: Name, address and telephone number of protester Original signature of protester or its representative Identification of the solicitation by RFP number Detailed statement of legal and factual grounds including copies of relevant documents and the form of relief requested Ø Any protest review and action shall be considered final with no further formalities being considered. ♦ Force Majeure §
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Ø If by reason of Force Majeure, either party hereto shall be rendered unable wholly or in part to carry out its obligations under this Agreement then such party shall give notice and full particulars of Force Majeure in writing to the other party within a reasonable time after occurrence of the event or cause relied upon, and the obligation of the party giving such notice, so far as it is affected by such Force Majeure, shall be suspended during the continuance of the inability then claimed, except as hereinafter provided, but for no longer period, and such party shall endeavor to remove or overcome such inability with all reasonable dispatch. Ø The term Force Majeure as employed herein, shall mean acts of God, strikes, lockouts, or other industrial disturbances, act of public enemy, orders of any kind of government of the United States or any civil or military authority; insurrections; riots; epidemics; landslides; lighting; earthquake; fires; hurricanes; storms; floods; washouts; droughts; arrests; restraint of government and people; civil disturbances; explosions, breakage or accidents to machinery, pipelines or canals, or other causes not reasonably within the control of the party claiming such inability. It is understood and agreed that the settlement of strikes and lockouts shall be entirely within the discretion of the party having the difficulty, and that the above requirement that any Force Majeure shall be remedied with all reasonable dispatch shall not require the settlement of strikes and lockouts by acceding to the demands of the opposing party or parties when such settlement is unfavorable in the judgment of the party having the difficulty ♦ Prevailing Wage Ø It shall be the responsibility of the Vendor to comply, when applicable, with the prevailing wage legislation in effect in the jurisdiction of the purchaser. It shall further be the responsibility of the Vendor to monitor the prevailing wage rates as established by the appropriate department of labor for any increase in rates during the term of this contract and adjust wage rates accordingly. ♦ Miscellaneous Ø Either party may cancel this contract in whole or in part by providing written notice. The cancellation will take effect 30 business days after the other party receives the notice of cancellation. After the 30th business day all work will cease following completion of final purchase order. ♦ Open Records Policy Ø Because Region 14 ESC is a governmental entity responses submitted are subject to release as public information after contracts are executed. If a vendor believes that its response, or parts of its response, may be exempted from disclosure, the vendor must specify page-­‐by-­‐
page and line-­‐by-­‐line the parts of the response, which it believes, are exempt. In addition, the respondent must specify which exception(s) are applicable and provide detailed reasons to substantiate the exception(s). Ø The determination of whether information is confidential and not subject to disclosure is the duty of the Office of Attorney General (OAG). Region 14 ESC must provide the OAG sufficient information to render an opinion and therefore, vague and general claims to confidentiality by the respondent are not acceptable. Region 14 ESC must comply with the opinions of the OAG. Region14 ESC assumes no responsibility for asserting legal arguments on behalf of any vendor. Respondent are advised to consult with their legal counsel concerning disclosure issues resulting from this procurement process and to take precautions to safeguard trade secrets and other proprietary information. Process Region 14 ESC will evaluate proposals in accordance with, and subject to, the relevant statutes, ordinances, rules, and regulations that govern its procurement practices. NCPA will assist Region 14 ESC in evaluating proposals. Award(s) will be made to the prospective vendor whose response is determined to be the most advantageous to Region 14 ESC, NCPA, and its participating agencies. To qualify for evaluation, response must have been submitted on time, and satisfy all mandatory requirements identified in this document. ♦ Contract Administration Ø The contract will be administered by Region 14 ESC. The National Program will be administered by NCPA on behalf of Region 14 ESC. ♦ Contract Term Ø The contract term will be for one (1) year starting from the date of the award. The contract may be renewed for up to four (4) additional one-­‐year terms. ♦ Contract Waiver Ø Any waiver of any provision of this contract shall be in writing and shall be signed by the duly authorized agent of Region 14 ESC. The waiver by either party of any term or condition of this contract shall not be deemed to constitute waiver thereof nor a waiver of any further or additional right that such party may hold under this contract. ♦ Products and Services additions Ø Products and Services may be added to the resulting contract during the term of the contract by written amendment, to the extent that those products and services are within the scope of this RFP. ♦ Competitive Range Ø It may be necessary for Region 14 ESC to establish a competitive range. Responses not in the competitive range are unacceptable and do not receive further award consideration. ♦ Deviations and Exceptions Ø Deviations or exceptions stipulated in response may result in disqualification. It is the intent of Region 14 ESC to award a vendor’s complete line of products and/or services, when possible. ♦ Estimated Quantities Ø The estimated dollar volume of Products and Services purchased under the proposed Master Agreement is $25-­‐$30 million dollars annually. This estimate is based on the anticipated volume of Region 14 ESC and current sales within the NCPA program. There is no guarantee or commitment of any kind regarding usage of any contracts resulting from this solicitation ♦ Evaluation Ø Region 14 ESC will review and evaluate all responses in accordance with, and subject to, the relevant statutes, ordinances, rules and regulations that govern its procurement practices. NCPA will assist the lead agency in evaluating proposals. Recommendations for contract awards will be based on multiple factors, each factor being assigned a point value based on its importance. ♦ Formation of Contract Ø A response to this solicitation is an offer to contract with Region 14 ESC based upon the terms, conditions, scope of work, and specifications contained in this request. A solicitation does not become a contract until it is accepted by Region 14 ESC. The prospective vendor must submit a signed Signature Form with the response thus, eliminating the need for a formal signing process. ♦ NCPA Administrative Agreement Ø The vendor will be required to enter and execute the National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance Administration Agreement with NCPA upon award with Region 14 ESC. The agreement establishes the requirements of the vendor with respect to a nationwide contract effort. ♦ Clarifications / Discussions Ø Region 14 ESC may request additional information or clarification from any of the respondents after review of the proposals received for the sole purpose of elimination minor irregularities, informalities, or apparent clerical mistakes in the proposal. Clarification does not give respondent an opportunity to revise or modify its proposal, except to the extent that correction of apparent clerical mistakes results in a revision. After the initial receipt of proposals, Region 14 ESC reserves the right to conduct discussions with those respondent’s whose proposals are determined to be reasonably susceptible of being selected for award. Discussions occur when oral or written communications between Region 14 ESC and respondent’s are conducted for the purpose clarifications involving information essential for determining the acceptability of a proposal or that provides respondent an opportunity to revise or modify its proposal. Region 14 ESC will not assist respondent bring its proposal up to the level of other proposals through discussions. Region 14 ESC will not indicate to respondent a cost or price that it must meet to neither obtain further consideration nor will it provide any information about other respondents’ proposals or prices. ♦ Multiple Awards Ø Multiple Contracts may be awarded as a result of the solicitation. Multiple Awards will ensure that any ensuing contracts fulfill current and future requirements of the diverse and large number of participating public agencies. ♦ Past Performance Ø Past performance is relevant information regarding a vendor’s actions under previously awarded contracts; including the administrative aspects of performance; the vendor’s history of reasonable and cooperative behavior and commitment to customer satisfaction; and generally, the vendor’s businesslike concern for the interests of the customer. Evaluation Criteria ♦
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Pricing (40 points) Ø Electronic Price Lists § Products, Services, Warranties, etc. price list § Prices listed will be used to establish both the extent of a vendor’s product lines, services, warranties, etc. available from a particular bidder and the pricing per item. Ability to Provide and Perform the Required Services for the Contract (25 points) Ø Product Delivery within participating entities specified parameters Ø Number of line items delivered complete within the normal delivery time as a percentage of line items ordered. Ø Vendor’s ability to perform towards above requirements and desired specifications. Ø Quantity of line items available that are commonly purchased by the entity. Ø Quality of line items available compared to normal participating entity standards. References (15 points) Ø A minimum of ten (10) customer references for product and/or services of similar scope dating within past 3 years Technology for Supporting the Program (10 points) Ø Electronic on-­‐line catalog, order entry use by and suitability for the entity’s needs Ø Quality of vendor’s on-­‐line resources for NCPA members. Ø Specifications and features offered by respondent’s products and/or services Value Added Services Description, Products and/or Services (10 points) Ø Marketing and Training Ø Customer Service Tab 1 - Signature Form
The undersigned hereby proposes and agrees to furnish goods and/or services in strict compliance with
the terms, specifications and conditions at the prices proposed within response unless noted in writing.
The undersigned further certifies that he/she is an officer of the company and has a uthority to negotiate
and bind the company named below and has not prepared this bid in collusion with any other
Respondent and that the contents of this proposal as to prices, terms or conditions of said bid have not
been communicated by the undersigned nor by any employee or agent to any person engaged in this type
of business prior to the official opening of this proposal.
Prices are guaranteed: 120 days
Company name
Address
IPS Group, Inc.
5601 Oberlin Drive, Suite 100
City/State/Zip
San Diego, CA 92121
Telephone No.
(858) 404-0603
Fax No.
(858) 408-3352
Email address
[email protected]
Printed name
Chad Randall
Position with company
Chief Operating Officer
Authorized signature
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This'Administration'Agreement'is'made'as'of'__________________________________,'by'and'between'National'
May 11, 2015
Cooperative'Purchasing'Alliance'(“NCPA”)'and'____________________________________'(“Vendor”).'
IPS Group, Inc
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WHEREAS,'Region'14'ESC'has'entered'into'a'certain'Master'Agreement'dated'_______________________,'
May 11, 2015
referenced'as'Contract'Number'_______________________,'by'and'between'Region'14'ESC'and'Vendor,'as'may'
05-14
be'amended'from'time'to'time'in'accordance'with'the'terms'thereof'(the'“Master'Agreement”),'for'the'
purchase'of'Parking'Meters,'Single'and'Multi:Space;'
WHEREAS,'said'Master'Agreement'provides'that'any'state,'city,'special'district,'local'government,'
school'district,'private'K:12'school,'technical'or'vocational'school,'higher'education'institution,'other'
government'agency'or'nonprofit'organization'(hereinafter'referred'to'as'“public'agency”'or'collectively,'
“public'agencies”)'may'purchase'products'and'services'at'the'prices'indicated'in'the'Master'Agreement;'
WHEREAS,'NCPA'has'the'administrative'and'legal'capacity'to'administer'purchases'under'the'
Master'Agreement'to'public'agencies;'
WHEREAS,'NCPA'serves'as'the'administrative'agent'for'Region'14'ESC'in'connection'with'other'
master'agreements'offered'by'NCPA'
WHEREAS,'Region'14'ESC'desires'NCPA'to'proceed'with'administration'of'the'Master'Agreement;'
WHEREAS,'NCPA'and'Vendor'desire'to'enter'into'this'Agreement'to'make'available'the'Master'
Agreement'to'public'agencies'on'a'national'basis;'
NOW,'THEREFORE,'in'consideration'of'the'payments'to'be'made'hereunder'and'the'mutual'
covenants'contained'in'this'Agreement,'NCPA'and'Vendor'hereby'agree'as'follows:'
♦ General'Terms'and'Conditions'
! The'Master'Agreement,'attached'hereto'as'Tab'1'and'incorporated'herein'by'reference'as'
though'fully'set'forth'herein,'and'the'terms'and'conditions'contained'therein'shall'apply'to'
this'Agreement'except'as'expressly'changed'or'modified'by'this'Agreement.'''
! NCPA'shall'be'afforded'all'of'the'rights,'privileges'and'indemnifications'afforded'to'Region'
14'ESC'under'the'Master'Agreement,'and'such'rights,'privileges'and'indemnifications'shall'
accrue'and'apply'with'equal'effect'to'NCPA'under'this'Agreement'including,'but'not'limited'
to,'the'Vendor’s'obligation'to'provide'appropriate'insurance'and'certain'indemnifications'
to'Region'14'ESC.'
! Vendor'shall'perform'all'duties,'responsibilities'and'obligations'required'under'the'Master'
Agreement'in'the'time'and'manner'specified'by'the'Master'Agreement.'''
! NCPA'shall'perform'all'of'its'duties,'responsibilities,'and'obligations'as'administrator'of'
purchases'under'the'Master'Agreement'as'set'forth'herein,'and'Vendor'acknowledges'that'
NCPA'shall'act'in'the'capacity'of'administrator'of'purchases'under'the'Master'Agreement.'
! With'respect'to'any'purchases'made'by'Region'14'ESC'or'any'Public'Agency'pursuant'to'
the'Master'Agreement,'NCPA'(a)'shall'not'be'construed'as'a'dealer,'re:marketer,'
representative,'partner,'or'agent'of'any'type'of'Vendor,'Region'14'ESC,'or'such'Public'
Agency,'(b)'shall'not'be'obligated,'liable'or'responsible'(i)'for'any'orders'made'by'Region'
14'ESC,'any'Public'Agency'or'any'employee'of'Region'14'ESC'or'Public'Agency'under'the'
Master'Agreement,'or'(ii)'for'any'payments'required'to'be'made'with'respect'to'such'
order,'and'(c)'shall'not'be'obligated,'liable'or'responsible'for'any'failure'by'the'Public'
Agency'to'(i)'comply'with'procedures'or'requirements'of'applicable'law,'or'(ii)'obtain'the'
due'authorization'and'approval'necessary'to'purchase'under'the'Master'Agreement.''NCPA'
makes'no'representations'or'guaranties'with'respect'to'any'minimum'purchases'required'
to'be'made'by'Region'14'ESC,'any'Public'Agency,'or'any'employee'of'Region'14'ESC'or'
Public'Agency'under'this'Agreement'or'the'Master'Agreement.'
! The'Public'Agency'participating'in'the'NCPA'contract'and'Vendor'may'enter'into'a'separate'
supplemental'agreement'to'further'define'the'level'of'service'requirements'over'and'above'
the'minimum'defined'in'this'contract'i.e.'invoice'requirements,'ordering'requirements,'
specialized'delivery,'etc.'Any'supplemental'agreement'developed'as'a'result'of'this'contract'
is'exclusively'between'the'Public'Agency'and'Vendor.'NCPA,'its'agents,'members'and'
employees'shall'not'be'made'party'to'any'claim'for'breach'of'such'agreement.'
♦ Term'of'Agreement'
! 'This'Agreement'shall'be'in'effect'so'long'as'the'Master'Agreement'remains'in'effect,'
provided,'however,'that'the'obligation'to'pay'all'amounts'owed'by'Vendor'to'NCPA'through'
the'termination'of'this'Agreement'and'all'indemnifications'afforded'by'Vendor'to'NCPA'
shall'survive'the'term'of'this'Agreement.'
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♦ Fees'and'Reporting'
! The'awarded'vendor'shall'electronically'provide'NCPA'with'a'detailed'monthly'or'
quarterly'report'showing'the'dollar'volume'of'all'sales'under'the'contract'for'the'previous'
month'or'quarter.''Reports'shall'be'sent'via'e:mail'to'NCPA'offices'at'[email protected]''
Reports'are'due'on'the'fifteenth'(15th)'day'after'the'close'of'the'previous'month'or'quarter.''
It'is'the'responsibility'of'the'awarded'vendor'to'collect'and'compile'all'sales'under'the'
contract'from'participating'members'and'submit'one'(1)'report.''The'report'shall'include'
at'least'the'following'information'as'listed'in'the'example'below:'
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! Each'quarter'NCPA'will'invoice'the'vendor'based'on'the'total'of'sale'amount(s)'reported.'
From'the'invoice'the'vendor'shall'pay'to'NCPA'an'administrative'fee'based'upon'the'tiered'
fee'schedule'below.''Vendor’s'annual'sales'shall'be'measured'on'a'calendar'year'basis.''
Deadline'for'term'of'payment'will'be'included'in'the'invoice'NCPA'provides.'
Annual'Sales'Through'Contract'
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Matthew Mackel
Director, Business Development
PO Box 701273
Houston, TX 77270
May 11, 2015
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Tab 3 -Vendor Questionnaire
Please provide responses to the following questions that address your company's operations,
organization, structure, and processes for providing products and services.
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States Covered
~ Bidder must indicate any and all states where products and services can be offered.
~ Please indicate the price coefficient for each state if it varies.
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Florida
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New Hampshire
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Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) and (HUB) Participation
)> It is the policy of some entities participating in NCPA to involve minority and women
business enterprises (MWBE) and historically underutilized businesses (HUB) in the
purchase of goods and services. Respondents shall indicate below whether or not they
are an M/WBE or HUB certified.
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Minority I Women Business Enterprise
Respondent Certifies that this firm is a M/WBE
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Historically Underutilized Business
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Residency
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State of California
Felony Conviction Notice
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A publically held corporation; therefore, this reporting requirement is not applicable.
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Is not owned or operated by anyone who has been convicted of a felony.
Is owned or operated by the following individual(s) who has/have been convicted of
a felony
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attached.
Distribution Channel
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Processing Information
)> Provide company contact information for the following:
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Sales Reports f Accounts Payable
ContactPerson:~D~an~·o~Pa
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Title: ChiefFinancial Officer
Company: IPS Group, Inc.
Address: 5601 Oberlin Drive Suite 100
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State: CA
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Phone: 858-568-7656
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Company: IPS Group, Inc.
Address: 5601 Oberlin Drive, Suite 100
City: San Diego
Zip: 92121
State: --'C=A-=------Phone:201-874-3040
Email: [email protected]
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Title: Senior VP of US Sales
Company: IPS Group, Inc.
Address: 5601 Oberlin Drive, Suite 100
City: San Diego
State: CA
Zip: ...£.9=2=12"-'1-_ _
Phone: 201-874-3040
Email: [email protected]
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Pricing Information
)> In addition to the current typical unit pricing furn ished herein, the Vendor agrees to offer
all future product introductions at prices that are proportionate to Contract Pricing.
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If answer is no, attach a statement detailing how pricing for NCPA participants
would be calculated for future product introductions.
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Pricing submitted includes the required NCPAadministrative fee. The NCPA fee is
calculated based on the invoice price to the customer.
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Vendor will provide additional discounts for purchase of a guaranteed quantity.
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Cooperatives
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Please provide the following information about your company:
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Company's official registered name.
IPS Group, Inc.
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Brief history of your company, including the year it was established.
IPS Group, Inc. has been in parking and
telecommunications for nearly 20 years (starting in South
Africa), with installations in the US, Canada, South Africa,
United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. IPS began
as a wireless telecommunications company, providing
pay-phone solutions and telephone management systems
all over the world. In 1994, IPS Group South Africa
entered the parking and telecommunications
marketplace, as one of the first manufacturers of card
and coin multi-space pay stations. Today, while our
telecommunications experience set s IPS apart, our focus
on designing, manufacturing, and supporting the best
parking solutions on the market has become ourfocus.
To date, IPS operates more than 160,000 credit cardenabled single-space parking meters across the US and
Canada, in more than 200 cities.
IPS has more wireless devices deployed than ourcompetltors
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Awards
We believe our experience in the technology and telecommunications industries has helped us create
products that provide the best com bination of convenience, user experience, enforceability and cost of
ownership among any parking meter product in the industry today. As evidence of such, IPS has been
recognized with many awards including:
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International Design Award, 2009
Clean Technology Award, 2009
Connected Word Value Chain Award, 2012
US Mayors for Excellence in Public/Private Partnership for Coin/Credit Parking Meter Technology
Upgrade in the City of Los Angeles, CA January 2012
Vic Kops Humanitarian Award, Alonzo Awards, 2012
Smart City Parking System, GOOD DESIGN SELECTION* , Commercial and Industrial Category, 2014
2014 International Parking Institute Parking Matters Marketing & Communications Award
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NCPA: IPS will dedicate our most seasoned and experienced team for the NCPA
project, and will not substitute any of the proposed team members without the consent of the NCPA. Profiles
ofthe team are included below.
DEDICATED TEAM FOR THE
David W. King, IPS President & CEO
Role: Authorized to Bind and Negotiate
5601 Oberlin Drive, San Diego CA 92121
(858} 404-0603
[email protected]
David King is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of IPS Group, Inc. A leader in
telecommunications for over 20 years and the senior brainchild behind the solar powered
single-space parking meter, King's responsibilities include leadership and oversight of all the
Company's initiatives and operations. As a business leader, King has had a far reach across
the globe. In South Africa, King was an executive for Barlow Rand Limited, the largest
industrial company in the country. King also served as President ofTelkor Pty, a large hightech telecommunications and military electronics company employing over 1,000
employees, half of which were highly skilled engineers.
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5601 Oberlin Drive, San Diego CA 92121
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Chad Randall serves as Chief Operational Officer of IPS Group, Inc. As COO, Randall is
responsible for the broad oversight of IPS Group's ongoing operations and maintains direct
supervision of the Company's business development unit. Randall joined the Company in
2008 at his current position, bringing many years of Fortune 500 corporate experience in
both the automotive and instrumentation industries. In addition to business management,
Randall has functional experience in engineering, manufacturing, marketing and product line
management. Randa ll holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from RoseHuman Institute ofTechnology and a Master's in Business Administration from Harvard
Business School.
Alexander M. Schwarz, IPS ChiefTeclmical Officer
Role: All Meter and Back Office Technica l Integration
5601 Oberlin Drive, San Diego CA 92121
(858) 404-0603
alex.schwa [email protected] ipsgro u pinc.com
Alex Schwarz serves as the Chief Technical Officer of IPS Group, Inc. As CTO, Schwarz has
played a major role in the development of IPS' flagship product, t he solar powered singlespace parking meter and is responsible for the oversight of IPS Group's research and
development efforts. Schwarz joined IPS Group in 1998 as a specialist in information
technology and cellular telecommunications. Schwarz has comprehensive knowledge of the
design and manufacturing of electronic peripherals, electronic parking mete!s and cellu lar
interface techno logy (COMA and GSM).
Dario Paduano, IPS Cllief Financial Officer
Role: Operations and Finance
5601 Oberlin Drive, San Diego CA 92121
(858) 404-0603
[email protected]
Dario Paduano serves as Chief Financial Officer of IPS Group, Inc. Paduano was appointed
chief financial officer of the company in 2011 and comes to IPS with 12 years of previous
Fortune 500 and public accounting experience. Paduano brings to IPS a strong working
knowledge in corporate financial reporting, operational and financial process, acquisitions
and business integrations and implementation of lean manufacturing practices. Paduano
holds a Bachelor's of Science in Accounting and Economics from Bryant University and is a
Certified Public Accountant in the state of Connecticut.
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5601 Oberlin Drive, San Diego CA 92121
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With more than 30 years of professional sales experience, including 3 years of prior
military service, Mike has built a ca reer as a successful systems sales engineering and sales
team manager. This includes over 10 years selling Communications Technology into
Fortune 500 companies, as well as over 20 years providing sales management and
marketing services to startup technology companies all over the USA.
Ricllard Matarangelo, IPS Consultant Engineer
Role: Engineering Consultant
5601 Oberlin Drive, San Diego CA 92121
{858) 404-0603
richa rd.mat [email protected]
Richard has more than 40 years of diversified experience encompassing parking management,
operations and enforcement. During his post as the Director of Engineering for the New York
City Parking Bureau, Richard oversaw more than 70,000 on-street parking spaces, 50 surface
lots and 14 municipal lots. He was recognized with a national award for his role in the
development of New York City's Operation Meter Shield, an innovative program which
generated an additional $3 million in parking revenue in its first full year.
Graham Middleborn, Customer Support Manager
Role: NCPA Customer Support Manager
Graham Middle born joined IPS Group in August 2013 as the Customer Service Manager for
the Eastern regions. With a strong background in customer service as well as project
management, Graham brings 8 years of experience in providing technical support and
customer service solutions to nationa l and international businesses, ranging from streaming
media DRM (Digital Rights Management) solutions to video-based fleet video te lematics.
Graham has played an integral role in establishing technical support and operations teams
and brings a wealth of knowledge to the IPS team.
Paul Thomson, IPS Technical Support Manager
Role: NCPA Technical Support Manager
Paul Thomson serves as the primary support technician and manager of the technical
support team for IPS Group. As a former operations manager, Thomson has experience
managing teams of 100+ remote technicians, establishing a successful RMA program,
providing timely and efficient customer support, and creating field service quality metrics.
Thomson has over 20 years' experience in the high-tech industry.
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Who is your competition in the marketplace?
As the leading provider of smart parking t echnologies, IPS has more wireless parking devices installed in the
USA than our competito rs combined.
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Sales for the past three years have been exclusively City and County-based. Actual sales numbers are considered
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What differentiates your company from competitors?
IPS Group wa s the inventor of the credit card enabled single-space parking meter and has been refining this
t echnology since 2007. Since then, to meet the evolving needs of our customers, we introduced multi-space
pay stations and pay station retrofit kits to our product portfolio, and integrated the entire suite with one
web-based Data Management System. IPS is also t he leading provider of in-ground vehicle detection sensors
in North America. A lea der in innovation, we have more experience than the competition combin ed. IPS
provides outstanding customer support before, during, and after implementation.
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Describe how your company will market this contract if awarded.
IPS has an in-house marketing and public relations t eam and a direct sales force that can support NCPA public
outreach for the contract by generating press releases, holding press conferences, creating marketing
collateral to advise t he public on new meters, creating a website, and more.
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Describe how you intend to introduce NCPA to your company.
Upon award, IPS will host a kick-off meeting between th e relevant parties to discuss timelines, program goals,
and division of responsibilities. This meeting will serve to address any questions or concerns.
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Describe your firm's capabilities and functionality ofyour online catalog I ordering website.
IPS products are sold through direct sales contact. However, our website provid es resources such as collateral
materia l, tutorials, and reports. Please visit us at www.ipsgroupinc.com.
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CO M PRE HENSI VE SUPPORT
IPS clearly understands the im portance of ongoing proj ect support and we encourage the NCPA t o speak
with our references in this regard. We also understand t hat ongoing support is a critical element of any
successful project and the basis of a long t erm partnership.
Help Desk & Ongoing Support
IPS wi ll be providing telephone based help desk support services during st andard business hours from 8am Spm CST and a to ll-free t elephone opt ion (877-630-6638). Ad dit ionally, IPS provides after hours service 24/7
and 365 days a year. This answering service will notify IPS st aff in the event of an emergency. Additiona lly,
IPS will provide senior staff contact information should such an emergency arise.
Online Help & Manuals
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On-Site Support
IPS will support t he City w ith on-site proj ect management, regional support, and technical support during
the implementation phase of the contract.
Manufactu,.ing Support
Alex Schwarz, ChiefTechnical Officer and senior technical leader, w ill direct t echnical resources to meet City
requests. This includes a team of hardware/ softwa re engineers, dat abase administ rators, and web/ data
i ntegration engineers. Ongoing support includes syst em and data security management and backup/ resto ring
systems i n the case of a critical failure.
Data Management System (DMS) Support
IPS offers direct cont act to IPS OMS support staff for reporting, program ming, XML services, database
services, et c.
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climate. We are taking every step we can to implement innovative and responsible
environmental practices throughout NCPA to red uce our carbon footprint, reduce
waste, energy conservation, ensure efficient computing and much more. To that
effort we ask respo ndents to provide their companies environmental policy and/or
green initiative.
IPS is committed to sustainable business and manufacturing processes to minimize the impact on our
environment. We have incorporated the following practices to increase energy efficiency, minimize the
amount of waste we contribute to landfills, and ensure environmental responsibility:
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LED lights throughout our corporate offices: IPS is currently in the process of upgrading our existing
office lighting with state-of-the -art LED lighting which will result not only in a cost savings for the
company, but will conserve energy by 60 percent.
2. Motion detection sensors: Our corporate headquarters feature motion detection sensors in all of the
offices and conference rooms so that lights are turned on only when someone is present in t he room.
In addition, employees are encouraged to conserve energy by turning off lights when leaving a room
and powering down electronics when leaving for the day.
3. Waste prevention: IPS encourages employees to "Think before You Print'' in order to minimize the
amount of paper used in printing. We also utilize recyclable paper and materials whenever possible
and send all corporate communications via email or other electronic media in order to minimize paper
use. With a sales team spread throughout the US, IPS conducts conference calls and webinars in order
to minimize air travel.
4. Battery recycling: Batteries which have reached the end of their useful life are sent back to the
manufacturer for recycling, ensuring that no batteries end up in the landfill. IPS also partners with a
third-party battery recycling company to offer battery recycling services to our customers.
5. Plastics recycling: The plastic components and Lexan coverings from returned or malfunctioning
meters are sent back to the manufacturer and recycled into new plastic, thereby reducing the amount
of plastic that enters our local landfills.
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Vendor Certifications (if applicable)
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state and local agencies, and any other licenses, registrations or certifications from any
other governmental entity with jurisdiction, allowing respondent to perform the covered
services including, but not limited to, licenses, registrations, or certifications.
Certifications can include M/WBE, HUB, and manufacturer certifications for sales and
service.
Please see Tab 10 for copies of IPS Group's certification
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individual needs.
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Meter Mechanisms
M S SINGLE-SPACE PARI<ING METER
Top Coverj Meclranism
The IPS Met er consist s of two primary elements: A meter mechanism and a
top cover . The primary construction mat erial for both of these elements is
Zinc Alloy, which provides exceptional weather prot ection and security,
w hile preventing vandalism. The outer surface of t he meter is painted with
an automotive grade mat erial, which again provides excellent weather
resistance and preve nts f ading from sunlight. These elements are
retrofitted into curre nt single-space meter ho usings to cost-effectively
upgrade outdat ed meters wit h cutting-edge techno logy.
Coin Slot I Card Reader
The IPS Meter allow s for traditional payment of coins in addition to cards, such as credit/ debit and smart cards.
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IPS provides t he very best in coin recognition technology. Coin denominations are pre-programmed
and can be changed remotely at t he request of t he cust omer.
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The card reader is a hybrid w hich allows for the magnetic stripe cards t o be good fo r over 200,000 card
swipes. Users maintain possession of the card t hroughout t he entire transact ion, and current
inst allations have proven th e IPS meter payment to be bot h convenient and intuit ive, w ithout any
additional signage or public ma rketing campaigns required. In addition, customers have t he option of
making payments w ith any combinat ion of t he payment methods offered.
Keypad
The IPS MS keypad has four easy-to-read mechanical buttons for
int uitive payment navigation- rated at more than 250,000 cycles,
which translates into more than 10 years of use. The buttons are
environmenta lly-sealed to prevent moist ure fro m affecting
performance. Additionally, t he labels are cast (embedded) t hrough the
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Solar Panel
IPS meters are powered by a patented combination solar power and battery syst em. The solar panel on the
back side of the meter allows for constant recharging of the battery with ambient light. This GREEN energy
source provides up to five years of battery life. Primary Cell technology keeps the unit operating even with
minimal sunlight and acts as the back-up battery.
LCD Display
The MS has a programmable, backlit, auto-brightness monochromatic LCD
display which is 100% larger t han our previous model (160 x 160 pixels). The
new display is programmable to display rate information, maximum time
allowed, and current time on the meter. Alternating screens allow for a variety
of programming messages-including alternate languages- and can be updated
remotely via the web-based management system.
Expiry Indicator
IPS meters utilize highly visible LEOs in both the front (red, green, and yellow) and the back (pairs of red,
green, and yellow) of th e meter to provide a status indication for enforcement. The rear facing LEOs are
critical for in-car and large-distance enforcement. The front LEOs are for users as well as enforcement. The
LEOs can be configured to a specific rate of flashing and can be turned on or off during paid, expired, idle
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T HE IPS DATA M ANAGEMENT SYSTEM (OMS }
The IPS Data Management System (DMS) provides a th orough set of reports for our customers. We have used
our clients' feedback to create a set of reporting capabilit ies that meet stakeholder and user group needs alike.
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standardized reports for specific purposes. This feature can create formats similar to MS Excel Pivot t ables,
allowing the user to drag and drop column header information into customizable form ats. This option provides
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MS1 PAY STATI ON
The MSl Pay Station is the latest generation of unattended payment systems from IPS
Group. The MSl incorporates the unique features of the Proven™ IPS single-space
platform, while offering customer focused features such as lntelliTouch™ transaction
processing. The MSl features robust hardware design, w hich includes a stainless steel
cabinet and scratch-resistant armored glass.
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are required to support the different modes.
Unparalleled Power Efficiency: Powered by environmentally-friendly solar panel
and combination rechargeable and back-up battery pack to maximize ongoing
power.
Customization: Configurable buttons available for help screens, alternative
languages, max time, and more.
Guaranteed Quality: High security stainless steel housing with weather and
graffiti-resistant powder coating make it both durable and easy to maintain.
Improved Visibility; Blue LED lighting above the display provides enhanced
visibility for motorists, technicians, and collections staff.
Customer-Friendly Interface: lntelliTouch™ provides additional flexibility when
completing a transaction. Users may begin the payment sequence in any order after which the MSl will
guide them through the transaction. Proximity sensors (optional) wake the pay station up upon motorist's
arrival at the machine.
Dependability: Pay stations communicate w irelessly on the GPRS/3G cellular network, ensuring fast and
reliable communications while processing secure credit card authorizations, wireless downloads of rates
and messages, and transmissions to the Data Management System (DMS).
Easy Maintenance: Modularly designed with th e technician in mind for easy plug-and-play maintenance.
Future-proof Design: IPS Group's open interface provides seamless integration with third party systems,
such as enforcement, permitting, and ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) in order to further
optimized parking opera tions.
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Solar Panel
The MSl fea tu res a fu lly integrated solar panel. The solar energy collection system maximizes the coll ect ion surface
area for the given unit footprint, reduces solar angle dependency, is less susceptible t o the accumulation of dust
and other debris, and houses high efficiency solar ce lls. The power budget is such t hat more energy is collected t han
required and the surplus energy is stored in a power reservoir with adequate capacity t o supply the system in times
of low or no available solar energy. Energy is conserved by switching subsystems on only fo r t he periods required.
Power levels are continuously monitored and reported to the backend syst em.
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BlueLEDlightingabovethedisplayprovidesincreasedvisibilityfordrivers,technicians,andcollectionsstaff.The
LEDlightingisilluminatedwhensensorsdetectthepresenceofacustomerorwhenatransactionisinitiated.The
LEDlightscanbeconfiguredintheDMStotimeoutafteraspecifiedperiod.
GraphicsandBitmaps
ThelargemonochromaticMS1displayallowsforcustomizedgraphics,whichareprogrammablefromtheDMS.The
imagesizeis160x120pixels(fullscreen)and160x60pixels(halfscreen).
RevolutionUpgradeKits
TheIPSRevolutionUpgradeKitreplacesoutdatedcomponentsoftheoldpaystationwithnewIPStechnologyand
features.Designedwiththeservicetechnicianinmind,themodularcomponentscaneasilyberemoved,serviced
andreplacedwithnomorethanascrewdriver.IPSreplacedalltheelectricalwiringharnessesandtraditional
complexitiesinsidethecabinetboxwithultra-reliableelectroniccomponentshousedonasinglePCBA(printed
circuitboard).Citiesbenefitfromlowerequipmentupgradecosts,easeofmaintenanceandreducedoverallcostof
ownership.
Ø Parking Enforcement Products
IPScontinuestoexceedindustrystandardsbyofferinginnovativetechnologysolutionsthatbringgreaterefficiency
toparkingoperations,whichnowincludesParkingEnforcementManagementandPermitManagementsolutions.
Thesenext-generationsolutionsfromIPSmanagetheentirecitationandpermitlifecycleandincorporatestate-ofthe-artreal-timetechnologyandcustomerserviceresources.Eachsolutionmaybeimplementedonitsown,but
arepre-integratedtoworktogether.ThesetwosolutionsfromIPSarefuture-proofedforlong-termuseandwere
builtonthelatestplatformstoexpandcapabilitiesandmaximizeefficiencyofpermitandcitationmanagement.
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Single & Multi-Space
PARKINGENFORCEMENTMANAGEMENT
TheParkingEnforcementManagementsolutionseamlesslyintegrateswithparkingtechnologythatisalreadyin
place,suchasIPSsingle-spaceSmartParkingmetersandmulti-spacepaystations,LicensePlateRecognition(LPR)
technology,andmobilepaymentapplications,aswellasthird-partyservicessuchastheDepartmentofMotor
Vehicles(DMV)andNationalLawEnforcementTelecommunicationsSystems(NLETS).Thesolutionincludes:
• MobileEnforcementSolution:ahandheldcitationwriter(availableasaoneortwo-piece)usedbyenforcement
officersfortheissuanceofparkingcitations
• EnforcementManagementSystem(EMS):backofficeweb-basedapplicationthatreceivescitationinformation
fromtheenforcementdeviceinrealtimeandtracksandmonitorsallstagesofthecitationprocess
• OnlinePublicPortal:websitethatprovidescitizensconvenientaccesstotheircitationinformationwiththe
abilitytopayandresolveorcontestwithoutthehassleofaslowmailingprocess.
ThefollowingfeaturesareincludedwiththeParkingEnforcementManagementsolution:
• All-in-oneenforcementdeviceintegration
• Dashboardfeaturesincludingreal-timestatistics,heatmapping,useractivityandperformanceanalytics
• On-demandvisualreportingincludingchartandgraphswithvariousexportformatoptions(includingXLS,CSV,
andPDF)
• Fullcrossplatform,crossbrowserandcrossdevicecompatibility
• LetterMailingServices:Customizableadjudicationandnotificationletters.(i.e.ReviewResultsletters,Hearing
Scheduleletters,NSFletters,PartialPaymentLetters,Drive-Awayletters,Correctionlettersetc.)
• LockboxPaymentServices:Securedandcontrolledoperatingproceduresallowspostingofpaymentsdailyto
EMS,anddailyelectronicdepositstoanybank.Recordsofdailydeposits,managementreportsareavailable
anddigitalimagesofpaymentdocumentsarecapturedtoprovidebettercustomerservice
• …andmore
MobileEnforcementSolution
TheMobileEnforcementSolutionfromIPSGroupisaneasy-to-use
handheldcitationwriterthatensuresparkingenforcementofficers
experienceaconvenient,quickandefficientcitationissuanceprocess.
Anofficercaneasilylookupcitationhistory,andonceissued,citation
informationistransferredtoabackofficesystemforprocessinginrealtime.
Whilelightweightandportable,thecitationwriterisalsoruggedfor
heavy-dutyuse,andcanwithstandextremeweatherconditionssuchas
rain,sleet,andsnow,andismud-resistant(anIP65rating).An
integratedthermalprinterproduceseasy-to-readtickets,anda
magneticstripandsmartcardreaderisalsoincludedforpayment
collection.Otherfeaturesincludecolorphotosyncing,e-chalking,and
heatmapping.
Featuresat-a-glance
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Issuanceandheatmapping
Type-aheadfieldinput
E-chalkingfortimedparking
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EnforcementManagementSystem
TheParkingEnforcementManagementsolutionbyIPSisbackedbytheEnforcementManagementSystem(EMS),a
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real-timeweb-basedenforcementapplicationthatallowsofficerstomanageallstepsofthecitationprocess
lifecycle.Anofficercanmonitorthecitationprocessingstatusfromtheapplication,includingcollectionsand
communicationwithcitizens.Theapplicationalsooffersreportingcapabilitiesforofficerstogeneratemonthlyor
on-demandreports.
Officerscaneasilyobtainhigh-levelcitationsummariesandadditionalinformationoncasesincludingphotos,
noticesandletters;andadjudicationsandvoids.TheEnforcementManagementSystemalsointerfaceswiththe
CaliforniaDMVandNLETS(theNationalLawEnforcementTelecommunicationsService)viahighlysecuredand
encryptedcommunicationmethodstoensurevehicleregistrationinformationsuchasholdsandreleasesare
obtainedandprocessedquicklyandaccurately.
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Featuresat-a-glance
• Integrationwiththird-partyparkingservices(paystations,license-platerecognitiontechnology(LPR),pay-byphoneapplications)
• Cross-compatibleinterfaceacrossalloperatingsystemsanddevices
• Optionformanualcitationentry
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Single & Multi-Space
OnlinePublicPortal
TheOnlinePublicPortalisawebsitethatallowscitizenstoaccesstheirparkingcitationinformationinreal-time.
Citizenscanreviewthecurrentstatusoftheircitation,payorobtaininformationonhowtocontesttheircitation,
reviewfineamountsincludinglatefees,andobtainadditionalinformation.
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Single & Multi-Space
Featuresat-a-glance
• Real-timeaccesstocitationstatusandtransactionhistory
• Acceptsallmajorcreditcards
• Cross-compatibleinterfacethatsupportsallbrowsersanddevices
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for Parking Meters,
Single & Multi-Space
PERMITMANAGEMENT
ThePermitManagementsolutionofferspropertymanagersforcities,educationalorganizations,andotheragencies
theflexibilityandconveniencetomanagetheentireparkingpermitlifecyclefrominitialdesignthroughfulfillment
viaaweb-basedsystemavailableanytime,anywhere.Thesystemsupportsanunlimitedamountofpermittypes
andratesincludingresidential,guest,anddailypermitsofferedinmultipleformatssuchasdecals,hangtags,or
electronicpermits.
Propertymanagersarerelievedofthehassleofoldpaperprocessesbybeingabletosearchforthemostcurrent
andaccuratepermitinformationbylicenseplatenumber,location,contactname,orpermitnumber,aswellas
checkonpermitorderstatus,24hoursaday,7daysaweek.Comprehensiveonlinereportingofpaymentsand
otheractivitiesprovidesmaximumvisibilityformoreefficientmanagement.
ThefollowingfeaturesareincludedwiththePermitManagementsolution:
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Providestemporarypermitsimmediately
WaitingListManagement
Securelog-inandaccesstopermitinformation
Onlineregistrationandpermitordering
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Single & Multi-Space
Ø Vehicle Sensing Solutions
SensorSystem
TheIPSSensorSystemisdesignedspecificallytopaironlywithIPSmetersinordertoprovidethemostcosteffectivevehicledetectionsystemavailableonthemarkettoday.Pleasenote:theIPSsystemisnotdesignedto
monitorun-meteredspaces,butrathertocommunicatedirectlywithIPSmetersandtransferdatausingthe
availablecellularlinkinsideeachmeter.Thisismorecosteffectivethanmountinganadditionalwireless
communicationsnetworkoncityutility,streetlight,andtrafficsignalpoles,whichwouldconsumecityelectricity
andbedifficultforthecitytomaintain.Inaddition,webelievethatitisimperativethatthevehicledetection
sensorscommunicatedirectlywiththeparkingmeterinordertoallowmetersandsensorsystemstomakelocal
decisionsasopposedtorequiringaback-endmanagementsystemtomonitoracourtesytimecapability,meter
resetcapability,anti-meterfeeding,ordirectedenforcementtools.
Finally,IPSusesmagnetic-basedsensing,whichisthemostaccurateandreliablesensortechnologyavailableinthe
world.Magneticsensorsarenotmisledbynon-vehiclemovementsfromsnow,rain,peoplestandingbetweena
meterandaparkingspace,orvandalism.Theseexteriordistractionswillnegativelyimpacttheperformanceofany
ultra-sonicandother“line-of-sight”sensingtechnologies.
Installation
TheinstallationprocessoftheIPSembeddedsensorrequiresapproximately5-10minutesperspace.A3.5inch
diameterby2.5inchdepthcoreisdrilledintothestreetspace,thesensorisinsertedintothehole,andaDOTgrade
epoxyisusedtosealthesensorintotheground.Thenumberofteamsinstallingsensorscanbescaledinorderto
meettheinstallationschedulerequired.
SensorReportingFeatures
SensorsreportdirectlytotheIPSmeter,whichcommunicatestotheIPSDataManagementSystem.Throughthe
managementsystem,theNCPAwillbeabletolookatreal-timeoccupancyinmultipleformats,includingGoogle
Maps.ThesetoolswillassisttheNCPAindirectingenforcementtospacesinviolationandcanbeaccessedon
mobiledevices.Webelieveourabilitytoresetthemeterstozerofunctionandtheoccupancyandenforcement
toolswillultimatelygivetheNCPAthebestsolutiontoincreaserevenueandcollectvaluabledata.TheIPSData
ManagementSystemofferstheParkingAuthorityultimateflexibilityforreportsandfiltering.Dashboardsfor
metersandsensorsallowtheNCPAtoview,inreal-time,parkingoperationsataglance.These,combinedwith
Mapsapplicationswillshowthestatusofeachparkingspace,asseeninthefollowingreports.
SampleReports
BelowyouwillfindanexampleofafewreportingfeaturesavailableintheDataManagementSystem.Additional
reporting,graphs,andchartsareavailableandcustomizableaccordingtotheNCPA’sneeds.
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The NuPark platform supports both rugged and non-rugged Windows handhelds, Android devices, lOS devices, and
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The recommend rugged Windows handheld is the Panasonic
Touchpad FZ-M1. The enforcement-ready handheld is certified to
meet MIL-STD-810G and IP65 specifications for resistance to drops
up to 5 feet, water, dust, and other elements. It includes a longlife, user-replaceable battery, Wi-Fi, Multi-Carrier 4G LTE, and
sunlight-readable, high-sensitivity 7-inch multi-touch screen for
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Rugged Enforcement Bundle Device Pricing:
Initial Price: $4,475 Per Device Bundle
On-Going Fees: $0 Per Device
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Android Enforcement Bundle Pricing:
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learn and simple to use. Enforcement officers use our large screen,
lightweight devices to easily view citation information and enter data using a
large, on-screen keyboard. The GPS-based zone definitions allow for zones to
be sorted for the officer based on th e closest zone to their current location. If
officers are not within the gee-fence of the selected zone a warning will be
displayed. If the officer continues to issue the citation, the citation will be
automatically flagged by the citation review dashboard for administrator
review. In order to speed the issuance of citations, the last citation type
issued will be at the top of the usage list. The rest of the list is sorted by usage
of that officer with the more commonly used violations bubbling to the top of
the list. For added convenience, all photos associated with a citation can be
viewed directly on the screen alongside the details ofthe citation record.
Your authorized staff enters all parking rules and regulations, including
permissions, times, zone, events, and exceptions into the NuPark system. This
allows the enforcement software to inform the parking officer of the current
parking permissions of a vehicle without the need for a separate manual
"black book" for daily activities or events.
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NuPark's leading-edge software is capable of interfacing in real time with any external application that offers APis
for data transfer. Our staff has extensive experience building parking interfaces, and we are happy to share this
expertise with you. We have partnered with all major multi-space meters, and pay-by-cell providers to provide a
comprehensive real time solution for parking operations.
Pricing
Per Citation Issued: $1.95
Per Warning or Zero Dollar Citation: $0.00
Per Ticket Paid Online: $1.25
(Does not include Credit card Processi ng.)
Per Ticket Paid in Office: $0.00
One Time Setup Fee: $0.50 per citation issued during the previous 12 month period.
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Paper Stock for Citations
Paper stock can be purchased either directly from printing companies or through NuPark. Pricing depends on paper
type, printing configuration, non-standard request, and order quantities purchased. Paper sizes from 2" to 4" are
supported.
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Accessories For Enforcement Devices
Optional Accessories Include:
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Rugged Handheld Standard Battery: $165
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Rugged Handheld Extended Battery: $275
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Rugged Handheld Docking Station: $605
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Rugged Handheld Replacement Hand Strap: $105
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Replacement Printer Battery: $120
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Printer Shoulder Strap: $44
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Printer Belt Clip: $25
Rugged Enforcement Bundle Extended Warranty: $275 per year
Android Enforcement Bundle Extended Warranty: $150 per year
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Miscellaneous Related Equipment And Services For Integration And Development
Work
Custom Integration Services: $265 per hour. Total project costs are based on scope of work and will include a total
not to exceed price.
Letter Mailing Services: $1.59 per letter mailed. Includes one printed letter size form letter printed in black & white,
with standard envelope, and standard postage. Collection services are available. Price quoted on an "as needed"
basis.
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Please submit price list electronical ly (pricing can be submitted as Discount off MSRP, cost plus,
etc). Products, services, warranties, etc. should be included in price list. Prices submitted will be
used to establish the extent of a respondent's products and services (Tab 5) that are available and
also establish pricing per item. If any ongoing fees apply, please include them in your proposal.
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};> Product name and part number (include both manufacturer part number and respondent
part number if different from manufacturers).
};> Description
};> Vendor's List Price
};> Percent Discount to NCPA participating entities
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Submit price list electronically on CD, DVD, or Flash Drive. Include respondents name, name of
solicitation, and date on media of choice.
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Not To Exceed Pricing
};> NCPA requests pricing be submitted as "not to exceed pricing" for any participating entity.
};> The awarded vendor can adjust subm itted pricing lower but cannot exceed original pricing
};> NCPA requests that vendor honor lower pricing for similar size and scope purchases to other
members.
IPS product and service pricing is included digitally on the provided flash drives.
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Include a ny add itional products a nd/or services ava ilable that vendor currently performs in the ir
normal course of business that is not included in the scope of the solicita tion that you think will
e nhance and add value to this contract for Region 14 ESC and all NCPA participating entities.
IPS offers additional custom services that can be quoted upon request such as:
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Meter post installation
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Refurbished parking meter housings
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Clean Air and Water Act I Debarment Notice
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Contractors Requirements
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Antitrust Certification Statements
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ARRA Standard Terms and Conditions Addendum for Contracts and Grants
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FEMA Standard Terms and Conditions Addendum for Contracts and Grants
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the Vendor, am in compliance with all applicable standards, orders or regulations issued pursuant to
.te Clean Air Act of 1970, as Amended (42 U.S. C. 1857 (h), Section 508 of the Clea n Water Act, as
amended (33 U.S.C.1368), Executive Order 117389 and Environmental Protection Agency Regulation, 40
CFR Part 15 as required under OMB Circular A---102, Attachment 0, Paragraph 14 (1) regarding reporting
violations to the grantor agency and to the United States Environment Protection Agency Assistant
Administrator for the Enforcement.
I hereby further certify that my company has not been debarred, suspended or otherwise ineligible for
participation in Federal Assistance programs under Executive Order 12549, "Debarment and
Suspens ion", as described in the Federal Register and Rules and Regulations
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Print Name
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Address
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Contractor Requirements
Contractor Certification
Contractor's Employment Eligibility
By entering the contract, Contractor warrants compliance with the Federal Immigration and Nationality
Act (FlNA), and all other federal and state immigration laws and regulations. The Contractor fu r ther
warrants that it is in compliance with the various state statues of the states it is will operate this contract
in.
Participating Government Entities including School Districts may request verification of compliance from
any Contractor or subcontractor performing work under this Contract. These Entities reserve the r ight to
confirm compliance in accordance with applicable laws.
Should the Participating Entities suspect or find that the Contractor or any of its subcontractors are not in
compliance, they may pursue any and all remedies allowed by law, including, but not limited to:
suspension of work, termination of the Contract for default, and suspension and/or debarment of the
Contractor. All costs necessary to verify compliance are the responsibility of the Contractor.
The offeror complies and maintains compliance with the appropriate statutes which requires compliance
with fede ral immigration laws by State employers, State contractors and State subcontractors in
accordance with theE---Verify Employee Eligibility Verification Program.
Contractor shall comply with governing board policy of the NCPA Participating entities in which work is being performed
Fingerprint & Background Checks
If required to provide services on school district property at least five (5) times during a month, contractor shall submit a
full set of fingerprints to the school district if requested of each person or employee who may provide such service.
Alternately, t he school district may fingerprint those persons or employees. An exception to this requirement may be
made as authorized In Governing Board policy. The district shall conduct a fingerprint check in accordance with t he
appropriate state and federal laws of all contractors, subcontractors or vendors and their employees for which
fingerprints are submitted to the district. Contractor, subcontractors, vendors and their employees shall not provide
services on school district properties until authorized by the District.
The offeror shall comply with fingerprinting requirements in accordance with appropriate statutes In the state in which
the work is being performed unless otherwise exempted.
Contractor shall comply with governing board policy in the school district or Participating Entity in which work is being
performed
Business Operations in Sudan, Iran
In accordance with A.R.S. 35--391 and A.R.S. 35---393, the Contractor hereby certifies that the contractor does not have
scrutinized business operations in Sudan and/or Iran.
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Antitrust Certification Statements {Tex. Government Code § 2155.005)
I affirm under penalty of perjury of the laws of the State of Texas that:
\l) I am duly authorized to execute this contract on my own behalf or on behalf of the company, corporation, firm,
partnership or individual (Company) listed below;
(2} In connection with this bid, neither I nor any representative of the Company has violated any provision of the Texas
Free Enterprise and Antitrust Act, Tex. Bus. & Comm. Code Chapter 15;
(3) In connection with this bid, neither I nor any representative of the Company has violated any federal antitrust law;
and
(4) Neither I nor any representative of the Company has directly or indirectly communicated any of the contents of this
bid to a competitor of the Company or any other company, corporation, firm, partnership or individual engaged in the
same line of business as the Company.
Company name
Address
IPS Group, Inc.
5601 Oberlin Drive1 Suite 100
City/State/Zip
San Diego, CA 92121
Telephone No.
(858) 404-0603
Fax No.
(858) 408-3352
Email address
[email protected]
Printed name
Chad Randall
Position with company Chief Operating Officer
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ARRA Standard Terms and Conditions Addendum for Contracts and Grants
If a contract or grant involves the use of funds f rom the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Pub.
111---5 ("Recovery Act"), the following terms and conditions apply. As used in t his Section, "Contractor/Grantee"
means the contractor or grantee receiving Recovery Act funds under this agreement.
1.
2.
The Contractor/Grantee specifically agrees to comply with each of the terms and cond itions contained herein.
Contractor/Grantee understands and acknowledges that the federa l stimulus funding process is still evolving
and that new requirements for Recovery Act compliance may still be forthcoming from federal government.
Accordingly, Contractor/Grant ee specifica lly agrees that both it and subcont ractors/subgrant ees wi ll comply
with all such requirements during the contract period.
AVAILABILITY OF FUNDING
Contractor/Grantee agrees that programs supported wit h temporary federal funds made available from the Recovery
Act may not be continued once the temporary federa l funds are expended.
BUY AMERICA REQUIREMENT
Contractor/Grantee agrees that pursuant to Section 1605 of Title XV of the Recovery Act, neither Contractor/Grantee or
Its subcontractors/ subgrantees will use Recovery Act funds for a project for the construction, alternation, maintenance,
or repair of a public building or public work unless all of t he iron, steel and manufactured goods used In the project are
produced in t he United States in a manner consistent with United States obligations under international agreements.
This requirement shall be applied unless the use of alternative materials has been approved by a federal agency
1rsuant to Section 1605.
CONFLICTING REQUIREMENTS
Contractor/Grantee agrees that, to the extent Recovery Act requirements conflict with the participating agencies
requirements, the Recovery Act requirements shall control.
FALSE CLAIMS ACT
Contractor/Grantee agrees that it shall promptly refer to an appropriate federal inspector general any credible evidence
that a principal, employee, agent , subgrantee, subcontractor or other person has submitted a claim under the federal
False Claims Act, as amended, 31 U.S.C. §§3729-- 3733, or has committed a criminal or civil violation of laws pertaining t o
fraud, conflict of interest, bribery, gratuity, or similar misconduct involving those funds.
Contractor/G rantee agrees that if Contractor/Grantee or one of its subcontract ors/subgrantees fails to comply w ith all
applicable federal and state requirements governing the use of Recovery Act funds, the participating agency may
w it hhold or suspend, in whole or in part, funds awarded under the program, or recover misspent funds following an
audit. This provision is in addition to all other remedies available to participating agency under all applicable state and
federal laws.
INSPECTION OF RECORDS
r:ont ractor/Grantee agrees that it shall permit the United States Comptroller General or his representative or the
.ppropriate inspector general appointed under section 3 or 8G of the federal Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended,
5 U.S. App. §§3 and 8(g), or his representative to: (1) examine any records t hat directly pertain to, and involve
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subcontractors/subgrantees regarding the activities funded with funds appropriated or otherwise made available by the
Recovery Act.
JOB POSTING REQUIREMENTS
Section 1512 of the Recovery Act requires states receiving stimulus funds to report on jobs created and retained as a
result of the stimulus funds. Contractors/Grantees who receive Recovery Act funded contracts are required to post jobs
created and retained as a result of stimulus funds.
PROHIBITION ON USE OF RECOVERY ACT FUNDS
Contractor/Grantee agrees that none of the funds made available under this contract may be used for any casino or
other gambling establishment, aquarium, zoo, golf course, swimming pools, or similar projects.
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Pursuant to Section 1512 of Title XV of the Recovery Act, entities receiving Recovery Act funds must submit a report to
the federal government no later than ten (10) calendar days after the end of each calendar quarter. This report must
contain the information outlined below. Accordingly, Contractor/Grantee agrees to provide the County with the
following information in a timely manner:
a. The total amount of Recovery Act funds received by Contractor/Grantee during the Reporting Period;
b. The amount of Recovery Act funds that were expended or obligated during the Reporting Period;
c. A detailed list of all projects or activities for which Recovery Act funds were expending or obligated, including:
the name of the project or activity;
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ii.
a description of the project or activity;
an evaluation of the completion status of the project or activity; and
iii.
iv.
an estimate of the number of jobs created and the number of jobs retained by the project or
activity;
d. For any subcontracts or subgrants equal to or greater than $25,000:
i.
The name of the entity receiving the subaward;
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The amount of the subaward;
iii.
The transaction type;
iv.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code or Catalog of Federal Domestic
Assistance (CFDA) number;
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Program source;
An award title descriptive of the purpose of each funding action;
vi.
vii.
The location of the entity receiving the subaward;
The primary location of the subaward, including the city, stat e, congressional district and
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country; and
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A unique identifier of the entity receiving the sub---award and the parent entity of
Contractor/Grantee, should the entity be owned by another.
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The names and total compensation of the five most highly compensated officers of the company
if it received: 1) 80% or more of its annual gross revenues in Federal awards; and 2) $25M or
more in annual gross revenue from Federal awards.
e. For any subcontracts or subgrants of less than $25,000 or to individuals, the information required in d may be
reported in the aggregate and requires the certification of an authorized officer of Contractor/Grantee that the
information contained in the report is accurate.
f. Any other information reasonably requested by the County or required by state or federal law or regulation.
Standard data elements and federal instructions for use in complying with reporting requirements under Section
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Register, 74 Federal Register, 14824 (April 1, 2009), and are to be provided online at www.FederaiReporting.gov.
SEGREGATION OF FUNDS
Contractor/Grantee agrees that it shall segregate obligations and expenditures of Recovery Act funds from other
funding. No part of funds made available under the Recovery Act may be comingled w it h any other funds or used for a
purpose other than that of making payments for costs specifica lly allowable under the Recovery Act.
Cont ractor/G rantee agrees that It shall incl ude these standard terms and conditions, including this requirement, in any
of its subcontracts or subgrants in connection wit h projects funded in whole or in part with funds available under the
Recovery Act.
WAGE REQUIREMENTS
Contractor/Grantee agrees t hat, in accordance with Section 1606 of Title XVI of the Recovery Act, both it and its
subcontractors shall fu lly comply with this section in that, notwithstanding any other provision of law, and in a manner
consistent with the other provisions of the Recovery Act, all laborers and mechanics employed by contractors and
subcontractors on projects funded in whole or in part with funds available under the Recovery Act shall be paid wages at
rates not less than t hose prevailing on projects of a character similar in the locality, as determined by the United States
Secretary of Labor in accordance wit h Subchapter IV of Chapter 31 of Title 40 of the United States Code
WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTION
r:ontractor/Grantee agrees that both it and its subcontractors/subgrantees shall comply with Section 1553 of the
~covery
Act, which prohibits all non---federal Contractor/Grantees of Recovery Act funds from discharging, demoting or
otherwise discriminating against an employee for disclosures by the employee that t he employee reasonably believes
are evidence of (1) gross mismanagement of a contract or grant relating to Recovery Act f unds; (2) a gross waste of
Recovery Act funds; (3) a substantial and specific danger t o public health or safety related to the implementation or use
of Recovery Act funds; (4) an abuse of authority related to implementation or use of Recovery Act funds; or (5) a
violation of law, rule, or regulation related to an agency contract (including t he competition for or negotiation of a
contract) or grant, awarded or Issued relating to Recovery Act funds. In addition, Contractor/Grantee agrees that it and
its subcontractors/subgrantees shall post notice of the rights and remedies available to employees under Section 1553
of Title XV of the Recovery Act.
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any purchase made under the Master Agreement is funded in whole or In part by Federal Emergency Management
_.ency ("FEMA") grants, Contractor shall comply with all f ederal laws and regulations applicable to the receipt of FEMA
grants, including, but not limited to the contractual procedures set forth in Title 44 of the Code of Federal Regulations,
Part 13 ("44 CFR 13").
In addition, Contractor agrees to the following specific provisions:
1) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(i)(1L University is entitled to exercise all administrative, contractual, or other remedies
permitted by law to enforce Contractor's compliance with the terms of this Mast er Agreement, including but not
limited to t hose remedies set forth at 44 CFR 13.43.
2) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(i)(2), University may terminate the Master Agreement for cause or convenience in
accordance with the procedures set forth in the Master Agreement and those provided by 44 CFR 13.44.
3) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(i)(3)-(6)(12), and (13), Contractor shall comply with the following federal laws:
a. Executive Order 11246 of September 24, 1965, entitled "Equal Employment Opportunity," as amended
by Executive Order 11375 of October 13, 1967, and as supplemented in Department of labor ("DOL" )
regulations (41 CFR Ch. GO);
b. Copeland "Anti-- Kickback'' Act (18 U.S.C. 874), as supplemented in DOL regulations (29 CFR Part 3);
c. Davis---Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 276a--276a---7) as supplemented by DOL regulations (29 CFR PartS);
d. Section 103 and 107 of the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (40 U.S.C. 327---30) as
supplemented by DOL regulations (29 CFR Part S);
e. Section 306 of the Clean Air Act {42 U.S.C. 1857(h), section 508 of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1368),
Executive Order 11738, and Environmental Protection Agency regulations (40 CFR part 15); and
f. Mandatory standards and policies relating to energy efficiency which are contained in the state energy
conservation play issued in compliance with the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (Pub. L94---163, 89
Stat. 871).
4) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(i)(7), Contractor shall comply with FEMA requirements and regulations pertaining to
reporting, including but not limited to those set forth at 44 CFR 40 and 41.
5) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(1)(8), Contractor agrees to the following provisions 72 regarding patents:
a. All rights to inventions and/or discoveries that arise or are developed, in the course of or under this
Agreement, shall belong to the participating agency and be disposed of in accordance with t he
participating agencies policy. The participating agency, at its own discretion, may file for patents In
connection with all rights to any such inventions and/or discoveries.
6) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(i)(9), Contractor agrees to the following provisions, regarding copyrights:
a. If this Agreement results in any copyrightable material or inventions, in accordance with 44 CFR 13.34, FEMA
reserves a roya lty---free, nonexclusive, and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish or otherwise use, for
Federal Government purposes:
1) The copyright in any work developed under a grant or contract; and
2) Any rights of copyright to which a grantee or a contactor purchases ownership with grant support.
7) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(1){10), Contractor shall maintain any books, documents, papers, and records of the
Contractor which are directly pertinent to this Master Agreement. At any time during normal business hours and as
often as the participating agency deems necessary, Contractor shall permit participating agency, FEMA, the
Comptroller General of United States, or any of their duly authorized representatives to inspect and photocopy such
records for the purpose of making audit, examination, excerpts, and transcriptions.
8) Pursuant to 44 CFR 13.36(i)(11), Contractor shall retain all required records for three years after FEMA or
participating agency makes final payments and all other pending matters are closed. In addition, Contractor shall
comply with record ret ention requirements set forth in 44 CFR 13.42.
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ACCESS TO RECORDS AND REPORTS
Contractor agrees to:
a)
Maintain all books, records, accounts and reports required under this Contract for a period of not less
than three (3) years after the date of termination or expiration of this Contract or any extensions thereof
except in the event of litigation or settlement of claims arising from the performance of this Contract, in
which case Contractor agrees to maintain same until Public Agency, the FTA Administrator, the
Comptroller General, or any of their duly authorized representatives, have disposed of all such litigation,
appeals, claims or exceptions related thereto.
b)
Permit any of the foregoing parties to inspect all work, materials, payrolls, and other data and records with
regard to the Project, and to audit the books, records, and accounts with regard to the Project and to
reproduce by any means whatsoever or to copy excerpts and transcriptions as reasonably needed for the
purpose of audit and examination.
FTA does not require the inclusion of these requirements of Artfcle 1 .01 In subcontracts. Reference 49 CFR 18.39 (i}{ll}.
CIVIL RIGHTS / TITLE VI REQUIREMENTS
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Non--discrimination. In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S. C. §
2000d, Section 303 of the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 6102, Section 202 of the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, 42 U.S.C. § 12132, and Federal Transit Law at 49 U.S.C.
§ 5332, Contractor or subcontractor agrees that it w ill not discriminate against any employee or applicant for
employment because of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, marital status age, or disability. In addition,
Contractor agrees to comply with applicable Federal implementing regulations and other implementing
requirements FTA may issue.
2)
Equal Employment Opportunity. The following Equal Employment Opportunity requirements apply to this
Contract:
a.
Race, Color. Creed, National Origin, Sex. In accordance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, as amended,
42 U.S.C. § 2000e, and Federal Transit Law at 49 U.S.C. § 5332, the Contractor agrees to comply with all
applicable Equal Employment Opportunity requirements of U.S. Dept. of Labor regulations, "Office of
Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Equal Employment Opportunity, Department of Labor, 41 CFR,
Parts 60 et seq., and with any applicable Federal statutes, executive orders, regulations, and Federal
policies that may in the future affect construction activities undertaken in the course of this Project.
Contractor agrees to take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees
are treated during employment, without regard to their race, color, creed, national origin, sex, marital
status, or age. Such action shall Include, but not be limited to, the following: employment, upgrading,
demotion or transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other
forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. In addition, Contractor
agrees to comply with any implementing requirements FTA may issue.
b.
Age. In accordance with the Age Discrimination in Employment Act {ADEA) of 1967, as amended, 29
U.S.C. Sections 621 through 634, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) implementing
regulations, "Age Discrimination in Employment Act", 29 CFR Part 1625, prohibit employment
discrimination by Contractor against individuals on the basis of age, including present and prospective
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issue.
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Disabilities. In accordance with Section 102 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended
(ADA), 42 U.S.C. Sections 12101 et seq., prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals with
disabilities in programs, activities, and services, and imposes specific requirements on public and private
entities. Contractor agrees that it will comply with the requirements of the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission (EEOC), "Regulations to Implement the Equal Employment Provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act," 29 CFR, Part 1630, pertaining to employment of persons with disabilities
and with their responsibilities under Titles I through V of the ADA in employment, public services, public
accommodations, telecommunications, and other provisions.
d.
Segregated Facilities. Contractor certifies that their company does not and will not maintain or provide
for their employees any segregated facilities at any of their establishments, and that they do not and will
not permit their employees to perform their services at any location under the Contractor's control
w here segrega ted facilities are maintained. As used in this certification the t erm "segregated facilities"
means any waiting rooms, work areas, restrooms and washrooms, restaurants and other eat ing areas,
parking lots, drinking fountains, recreation or entertainment areas, transportation, and housing facilities
provided for employees which are segregated by explicit directive or are in fact segregated on the basis
of race, color, religion or national origin because of habit, local custom, or otherwise. Contractor agrees
that a breach of this certification will be a violation of this Civil Rights clause.
3) Solicitations for Subcontracts, Including Procurements of Materials and Equipment. In all solicitations,
either by competitive bidding or negotiation, made by Contractor for work to be performed under a
subcontract, including procurements of materials or leases of equipment, each potential subcontractor or
supplier shall be notified by Contractor of Contractor's obligations under this Contract and the regulations
relative to non- -discrimination on the grounds of race, color, creed, sex, disability, age or national origin.
4)
Sanctions of Non-Compliance. In the event of Contractor's non--compliance with the non--discrimination
provisions of this Contract, Public Agency shall impose such Contract sanctions as it or the FTA may determine
to be appropriate, including, but not limited to: 1) Withholding of payments to Contractor under the Contract
until Contractor complies, and/or; 2) Cancellation, termination or suspension of the Contract, in whole or in
part.
Contractor agrees to include the requirements of this clause In each subcontract financed In whole or in part with Federal
assistance provided by FTA, modified only if necessary to identify the affected parties.
DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS PARTICIPATION
''Participation by
Disadvantaged Business Enterprises in Department of Transportation Financial Assistance Programs", therefore, it is the
This Contract is subject to the requirement s of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 26,
policy of the Department of Transportation (DOT) to ensure that Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBEs), as defined in
49 CFR Part 26, have an equal opportunity to receive and participate in the performance of DOT--assisted contracts.
1) Non---Discrimination Assurances. Contractor or subcontractor shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
national origin, or sex in the performance of this Contract. Contractor shall carry out all
applicablerequirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and administration of DOT-assisted contracts. Failure
by Contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this Contract, which may result in the
termination of this Contract or other such remedy as public agency deems appropriate. Each subcontract
Contractor signs with a subcontractor must include the assurance In this paragraph . (See 49 CFR 26.13(b)).
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Prompt Payment. Contractor is required to pay each subcontractor performing Work under this prime
Contract for satisfactory performance of that work no later than thirty (30) days after Contractor's receipt of
payment for that Work from public agency. In addition, Contractor is required to return any retainage
payments to those subcontractors within thirty (30) days after the subcontractor's work related to this
Contract is satisfactorily completed and any liens have been secured. Any delay or postponement of
payment from the above time frames may occur only for good cause following written approval of public
agency. This clause applies to both DBE and non- DBE subcontractors. Contractor must promptly notify public
agency whenever a DBE subcontractor performing Work related to this Contract is terminated or fails to
complete its Work, and must make good faith efforts to engage another DBE subcontractor to perform at
least the same amount of work. Contractor may not terminate any DBE subcontractor and perform that
Work through its own forces, or those of an affiliate, without prior written consent of public agency.
3)
DBE Program. In connection with the performance of this Contract, Contractor will cooperate with public
agency in meeting its commitments and goals to ensure that DBEs shall have the maximum practicable
opportunity to compete for subcontract work, regardless of whether a contract goal is set for this Contract.
Contractor agrees to use good faith efforts to carry out a policy in the award of its subcontracts, agent
agreements, and procurement contracts which will, to the fullest extent, utilize DBEs consistent with the
efficient performance of the Contract.
ENERGY CONSERVATION REQUIREMENTS
Contractor agrees to comply with mandatory standards and policies relating to energy efficiency which are contained in
the State energy conservation plans issued under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C.
Sections 6321 et seq. and 41 CFR Part 301--10.
FEDERAL CHANGES
Contractor shall at ail times comply with all applicable FTA regulations, policies, procedures and directives, Including
without limitation those listed directly or by reference in the Contract between public agency and the FTA, as they may
be amended or promulgated from time to time during the term of this contract. Contractor's failure to so comply shall
constitute a material breach of this Contract.
INCORPORATION OF FEDERAL TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION (FTA) TERMS
The provisions include, in part, certain Standard Terms and Conditions required by the U.S. Department of Transportation
{DOT), whether or not expressly set forth in the preceding Contract provisions. All contractual provisions required by the
DOT, as set forth in the most current FTA Circular 4220.1F, dated November 1, 2008, are hereby Incorporated by
reference. Anything to the contrary herein notwithstanding, all FTA mandated terms shall be deemed to control in the
event of a conflict with other provisions contained in this Contract. Contractor agrees not to perform any act, fail to
perform any act, or refuse to comply with any public agency requests that would cause public agency to be In violation of
the FTA terms and conditions.
NO FEDERAl GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS TO THIRD PARTIES
Agency and Contractor acknowledge and agree that, absent the Federal Government's express written consent and
notwithstanding any concurrence by the Federal Government in or approval of the solicitation or award of the underlying
Contract, the Federal Government is not a party to this Contract and shall not be subject to any obligations or liabilities to
3ency, Contractor, or any other party (whether or not a party to that contract) pertaining to any matter resulting from
the underlying Contract.
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Contractor agrees to include the above clause in each subcontract financed In whole or in part with federal assistance
provided by the FTA. It is further agreed that the clause shall not be modified, except to identify the subcontractor who
will be subject to its provisions.
PROGRAM FRAUD AND FALSE OR FRAUDULENT STATEMENTS
Contractor acknowledges that the provisions of the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986, as amended, 31 U.S.C. §§
3801 et seq. and U.S. DOT regulations, " Program Fraud Civil Remedies," 49 CFR Part 31, apply to its actions pertaining to
this Contract. Upon execution of the underlying Contract, Contractor certifies or affirms the truthfulness and accuracy of
any statement it has made, it makes, it may make, or causes to me made, pertaining to the underlying Contract or the FTA
assisted project for which this Contract Work Is being performed.
In addition to other penalties that may be applicable, Contractor further acknowledges that if it makes, or causes to be
made, a false, fictitious, or fraudu lent claim, statement, submission, or certification, the Federal Government reserves the
right to impose the penalties of the Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986 on Contractor to the extent the Federal
Government deems appropriate.
Contractor also acknowledges that if it makes, or ca uses to me made, a false, fictitious, or fraudulent claim, statement,
submission, or certification to the Federal Government under a contract connected with a project that is financed in whole
or in part with Federal assistance originally awarded by FTA under the authority of 49 U.S.C. § 5307, the Government
reserves the right to impose the penalties of 18 U.S.C. § 1001 and 49 U.S.C. § 5307 (n)(l) on the Contractor, to the extent
the Federal Government deems appropriate.
Contractor agrees to include the above clauses in each subcontract financed in whole or In part with Federal assistance
"'~rovlded by FTA. It is further agreed that the clauses shall not be modified, except to identify the subcontractor who will
J subject to the provisions.
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State Notice Addendum
Pursuant to certain state notice provisions the following public agencies and polit ical subdivisions of the referenced
blic agencies are eligible to access the contract award made pursuant to t his solicitat ion. Public agencies and political
subdivisions are hereby given notice of the foregoing request for proposal for purposes of complying with the procedural
requirement of said statutes:
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POLK COUNTY
SHERMAN COUNTY
UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON
UNION COUNTY
WAllOWA COUNTY
WASCO COUNTY
WASHINGTON COUNTY
YAMHILLCOUNTY
BOARD OF WATER SUPPLY
COUNTY OF HAWAII
MAUl COUNTY COUNCIL
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BLUE MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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GEORGE FOX UNIVERSITY
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ARGOSY UNIVERSITY
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COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM, INC.
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DOGS FOR THE DEAF, INC.
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GOLD BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT
GOOD SHEPHERD COMMUNITIES
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF LANEAND SOUTH COAST COUNTIES
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LOAVES & FISHES CENTERS, INC.
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METRO HOME SAFETY REPAIR PROGRAM
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MID- COLUMBIA CENTER FOR LIVING
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NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION
NEW AVENUES FOR YOUTH INC
NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN CENTER
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OREGON SUPPORTED LIVING PROGRAM
OSLCCOMMUNITYPROGRAMS
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OUTSIDE IN
PACIFICCASCADE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
PACIFIC FISHERY MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
PACIFIC INSTITUTES FOR RESEARCH
PACIFIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION
PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA
PARTNERSHIPS IN COMMUNITY LIVING, INC.
PENDLETON ACADEMIES
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PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF SOUTHWESTERN OREGON
PORT CITY DEVELOPMENT CENTER
PORTLAND ART MUSEUM
PORTlANDBUSINESSALLIANCE
PORTlAND HABILITATION CENTER, INC.
PORTlANDSCHOOLS FOUNDATION
PORTLAND WOMENSCRISISLINE
PREGNANCY RESOUCE CENTERS OF GRETER PORTLAND
PRINGLE CREEK SUSTAINABLE LIVING CENTER
PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES OF LANE COUNTY, INC.
QUADRIPLEGICS UNITED AGAINST OEPENDENCV,INC.
REBUILDING TOGETHER - PORTLAND INC.
REGIONAL ARTS AND CULTURE COUNCIL
RELEVANT LIFE CHURCH
RENEWABLE NORTHWEST PROJECT
ROGUE FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
ROSE VILLA, INC.
SACRED HEART CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS
SAIFCORPORATION
SAINT ANDREW NATIVITY SCHOOL
SAINT CATHERINE OF SIENA CHURCH
SAINTJAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH
SALEM ALLIANCE CHURCH
SALEM ELECTRIC
SALMON- SAFE INC.
SCIENCEWORKS
SEWORKS
SECURITY FIRST CHILD DEVELOPMENTCENTER
SELF ENHANCEMENT INC.
SERENITY lANE
SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCE CENTER
SEXUALASSAULTRESOURCE CENTER
SHELTERCARE
SHERIDAN JAPANESE SCHOOL FOUNDATION
SHERMAN DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE, INC.
SILVERTON AREA COMMUNITY AID
SISKIYOU INITIATIVE
SMART
SOCIAL VENTURE PARTNERS PORTlAND
SOUTH COAST HOSPICE, INC.
SOUTH LANE FAMILY NURSERY DBA FAMILY RELIEF NURSE
SOUTHERN OREGON CHILO AND FAMILY COUNCIL, INC.
SOUTHERN OREGON HUMANESOCIETY
SPARCENTERPRISES
SPIRIT WIRELESS
SPONSORS, INC.
SPOTLIGHTTH EATRE OF PLEASANT HilL
SPRINGFIELD UTILITY BOARD
STVINCENT DE PAUL
ST. ANTHONY CHURCH
ST. ANTHONYSCHOOL
ST. MARYS OFMEDFORD, INC.
ST. VINCENT DEPAUL OF lANE COUNTY
STAND FOR CHILDREN
STAR OF HOPEACTIVITY CENTER INC.
SUMMIT VIEW COVENANT CHURCH
SUNNYSIDE FOURSQUARE CHURCH
SUNRISE ENTERPRISES
SUSTAINABLE NORTHWEST
TENAS ILLAHEE CHILDCARE CENTER
TiiE EARLY EDUCATION PROGRAM, INC.
THE NAnONAL ASSOCIATION OF CREDIT MANAGEMENT-OREGON,
INC.
THE NEXT DOOR
THE OREGON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
THE SALVATION ARMY -CASCADE DIVISION
TILLAMOOKCNTY WOMENS CRISISCENTER
TILLAMOOKESTUARIES PARTNERSHIP
TOUCHSTONE PARENT ORGANIZATION
TRAILS CLUB
TRAININGEMPLOYMENT CONSORTIUM
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PENTAGON FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
230
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UMPQUACOMMUNITVDEVElOPMENTCORPORATION
UNION GOSPEL MISSION
UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY OF OR AND SW WA
UNITED WAY OF THE COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE
US CONFERENCE OF MENONNITE BRETHREN CHURCHES
USFISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
USAGENCIES CREDIT UNION
VERMONT HILLS FAMILY LIFE CENTER
VIRGINIA GARCIA M EMORIAL HEALTH CENTER
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OREGON
WE CARE OREGON
WESTERN RIVERS CONSERVANCY
WESTERN STATES CENTER
WESTSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
WILDSALMON CENTER
WILLAMETTE FAMILY
WILLAMETTE VIEW INC.
WOODBURN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
WORD OF liFE COMMUNITY CHURCH
WORKSYSTEMS INC
YOUTH GUIDANCE ASSOC.
YWCA SALEM
ALOCHOLIC REHABILITATION SVS OF HI INC DBA HINA MAUKA
ALOHACARE
AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION
BISHOP MUSEUM
BUILDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII
CTR FOR CU LTURAL AND TECH INTERCHNG BETW EAST AND WEST
EAH, INC.
EASTER SEALS HAWAII
GOODWILLINDUSTRIES OF HAWAII, INC.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY MAUl
HALEMAHAOLU
HAROLD K.L CASTLE FOUNDATION
HAWAII AGRICULTURE RESEARCH CENTER
HAWAII EMPLOYERS COUNCIL
HAWAII FAMILY LAW CLINIC DBA ALA KUOLA
HONOLULU HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
IUPAT, DISTRICT COUNCIL50
lANAKILA REHABILITATION CENTER INC.
LEEWARD HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
MAUl COUNTY FCU
MAUl ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD
MAUl ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY, INC.
MAUl FAMILYYMCA
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NETWORK ENTERPRISES, INC.
ORI ANUENUE HALE, INC.
PARTNERS IN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION
POLYNESIAN CULTURALCENTER
PUNAHOU SCHOOL
ST. THERESA CHURCH
WAIANAE COMMUNITY OUTREACH
WAILUKU FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
YMCA OF HONOLULU
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BAY AREA HOSPITAL DISTRICT
CENTRALOREGON INTERGOVERNMENTAL COUNCIL
CENTRALOREGON IRRIGATION DISTRICT
CHEHALEM PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT
CITY COUNTY INSURANCE SERVICES
CLEAN WATER SERVICES
COLUMBIA911 COMMUNICATIONS DISTRICT
COLUMBIA RIVER PUD
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DESCHUTESCOUNTY RFPD N0.2
DESCHUTESPUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM
EAST MULTNOMAH SOIL AND WATER CONSERVANCY
GASTON RURAl FIRE DEPARTMENT
GLADSTONE POLICE DEPARTMENT
GLENDALE RURAl FIRE DISTRICT
HOODLAND FIRE DISTRICT N0.74
HOODLAND FIRE DISTRICT #74
HOUSINGAUTHORITY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY
KlAMATH COUNTY 9- 1- 1
lANE EDUCATION SERVICE DISTRICT
LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT
MALIN COMMUNITY PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT
MARION COUNTY FIRE DISTRCT #1
METRO
METROPOLITAN EXPOSITION-·RECREATION COMMISSION
MONMOUTH - INDEPENDENCE NETWORK
MULTONAH COUNTY DRAINAGE DISTRICT #1
NEAH KAH NIEWATER DISTRICT
NW POWER POOL
OAK lODGE WATER DISTRICT
OR INT'L PORT OF COOS BAY
PORT OF 5T HELENS
PORTOF UMPQUA
REGIONAL AUTOMATED INFORMAnON NETWORK
RIVERGROVE WATER DISTRICT
SALEM AREA MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT
SANDY FIRE DISTRICT NO. 72
SUNSET EMPIRE PARK AND RECREATION
THE NEWPORT PARK AND RECREATION CENTER
THE PORT OF PORTLAND
TILLAMOOK PEOPLES UTILITY DISTRICT
TUALATIN HILLS PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT
TUALATIN VALLEY FIRE & RESCUE
TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
UNION SOIL& WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
WEST MULTNOMAH SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
\YESTVALLEV HOUSING AUTHORITY
WILLAMALANE PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT
YOUNGS RIVER LEWIS AND CLARK WATER DISTRICT
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State Agencies
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BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS
OFFICE OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
OFFICE OF THE STATETREASURER
OREGON BOARD OF ARCHITECTS
OREGON CHILD DEVELOPMENT COALITION
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY
OREGON DEPTOFTRANSPORTATION
OREGON DEPT. OF EDUCATION
OREGON LOTTERY
OREGON OFFICE OF ENERGY
OREGON STATE BOARD OF NURSING
OREGON STATE POLICE
OREGONTOURISM COMMISSION
OREGON TRAVEL INFORMATION COUNCIL
SANTIAM CANYON COMMUNICATION CENTER
SEIU LOCAL 503, OPEU
ADMIN. SERVICES OFFICE
HAWAII CHilD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
HAWAII HEALTH SYSTEMS CORPORATION
SOH- JUDICIARY CONTRACTS AND PURCH
STATEDEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
STATE OF HAWAII
STATE OF HAWAII
STATE OF HAWAII, DEPT. OF EDUCATION
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Level 1 Service Provider
performed by
Tevora, Inc.
A Qualified Security Assessor (QSA)
Ray Zadjmool, President
Tevora Business Solutions, Inc.
Payment Card Industry Assessment
has successfully completed the
IPS Group
This award acknowledges that
Certificate of Compliance
Valid: October 15 2014
Expires: October 14 2015
This designation is subject to re-qualification at 12-month intervals.
©2014 Tevora, Inc.
Certified Co-Location Sites:
Certified Service Area:
Certified Customer Address:
Certified Customer Name:
San Diego, CA
Back Office Services
Network Provider/Transmitter
Payment Processing – ATM
Payment Gateway/Switch
Clearing and Settlement
5601 Oberlin Drive, Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92121
IPS Group
This certificate is only issued to organizations that have met PCI security program requirements.
This certificate is for the sole purpose of indicating compliance with PCI security programs. Tevora, Inc. makes no express or
implied warranty or representations with respect to whether the customer's systems are secure against compromise.
Customers must retain all detailed assessment documentation for review upon request by organizations authorized under PCI security programs. Tevora, Inc. retains all detailed documentation and working papers in order to comply with PCI security program requirements.
Customers are responsible for maintaining compliance with the PCI Standard. Periodic and ongoing reassessments are requirements under PCI security programs. Significant customer changes may require reassessment.
It is understood that Tevora’s assessment represents a point in time interpretation of the customers adherence to the PCI Data Security Standards (v. 2.0) based upon the standardized documents and procedures provided under PCI security programs.
This designation is subject to re-qualification at 12-month intervals.
©2014 Tevora, Inc.
Certificate of Compliance
This award acknowledges that
performed by
Tevora, Inc.
A Qualified Security Assessor (QSA)
Ray Zadjmool, President
Tevora Business Solutions, Inc.
Payment Application
Data Security Standard Assessment
has successfully completed the
Multi Space Parking Meter (MSPM)
Valid: May 30 2014
Expires: May 29 2017
This designation is subject to re-qualification at 36-month intervals.
©2014 Tevora, Inc.
Certified for PA-DSS version:
Certified Service Area:
Certified Customer Address:
Certified Customer Name:
v 2.0
Multi Space Parking Meter v 4.1.0
5601 Oberlin Drive, Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92121
IPS Group, Inc.
This certificate is only issued to organizations that have met PA-DSS Security Standards program requirements.
This certificate is for the sole purpose of indicating compliance with the Payment Card Industry PA-DSS Security Standards program. Tevora Business Solutions makes no express or implied warranty or representations with respect to whether the customer's
systems are secure against compromise.
Customers must retain all detailed assessment documentation for review upon request by organizations authorized under PA-DSS
Security Standards program. Tevora Business Solutions retains all detailed documentation and working papers in order to comply
with PA-DSS Security Standards program requirements.
Customers are responsible for maintaining compliance with the Payment Card Industry PA-DSS Security Standards. Periodic and
ongoing reassessments are requirements under the PA-DSS Security Standards program. Significant customer changes may require reassessment.
It is understood that Tevora’s assessment represents a point in time interpretation of the customers adherence to the Payment Card
Industry PA-DSS Security Standards (v. 2.0) based upon the standardized documents and procedures provided under Payment
This designation is subject to re-qualification at 36-month intervals.
©2014 Tevora, Inc.
Certificate of Compliance
This award acknowledges that
performed by
Tevora, Inc.
A Qualified Security Assessor (QSA)
Ray Zadjmool, President
Tevora Business Solutions, Inc.
Payment Application
Data Security Standard Assessment
has successfully completed the
Single Space Parking Meter (SSPM)
V 4.1.0
Valid: October 22 2013
Expires: October 21 2016
This designation is subject to re-qualification at 36-month intervals.
©2013 Tevora, Inc.
Certified for PA-DSS version:
Certified Service Area:
Certified Customer Address:
Certified Customer Name:
v 2.0
Single Space Parking Meter (SSPM) v 4.1.0
5601 Oberlin Drive, Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92121
IPS Group
This certificate is only issued to organizations that have met PA-DSS Security Standards program requirements.
This certificate is for the sole purpose of indicating compliance with the Payment Card Industry PA-DSS Security Standards program. Tevora Business Solutions makes no express or implied warranty or representations with respect to whether the customer's
systems are secure against compromise.
Customers must retain all detailed assessment documentation for review upon request by organizations authorized under PA-DSS
Security Standards program. Tevora Business Solutions retains all detailed documentation and working papers in order to comply
with PA-DSS Security Standards program requirements.
Customers are responsible for maintaining compliance with the Payment Card Industry PA-DSS Security Standards. Periodic and
ongoing reassessments are requirements under the PA-DSS Security Standards program. Significant customer changes may require reassessment.
It is understood that Tevora’s assessment represents a point in time interpretation of the customers adherence to the Payment Card
Industry PA-DSS Security Standards (v. 2.0) based upon the standardized documents and procedures provided under Payment
This designation is subject to re-qualification at 36-month intervals.
©2013 Tevora, Inc.
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PARKING
METERS
IPS single-space meters provide customers
and their patrons with a simple and consistent
parking user experience, which Is more cost
effective, customer friendly, and more reliable
than alternatives. The patented IPS solution
uniquely provides a credit card enabled singlespace meter mechanism that retrofits into
your current on-street parking meter housing.
IPS smart meters offer multiple payment
options (credit/debit card, contactless payment,
coins, smart card, and tokens), access to
real-time data, solar power technology, and
a comprehensive web-based management system.
PHYSICAL
• Universal single-space mel:&r mechanism retrofits
almost all single-space meter housings, including;
Duncan. MacKay, and POM
• Easy retrofit Installation take.s less than 15 seconds and
require$ zero modtffcatlons to existing housing
• Mechanism Is protected by zinc alloy meter dome and
uv resistant anti-fog Lexan cover
• Key pad has four easy-to-read mechanical buttonsforlntultlve
payment navigation which are rated at more than 250,000 cycles
• Tri-colored LED lights on front and back of meter alert
enforcement officers of meter status: paid (green), unpaid
(red), and meter fault (yellow)
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• Vandal resistant coin slot/chute allows for worry free
operation and quick servicing
• Meters use an environmentally friendly solar panel and
combination rechargeable/back-up battery pack to
maximize ongoing power
• Pr011en to operate under varying environmental
conditions: snow, sleet, rain, humidity, dust storms, and
in extreme cold and heat
• RFID Technology - Not only is meter inventory
100'K. accurate. but even if you swap a meter. RFI D
technology will automatically Identify tile meter
location and download the correct operating
parameters for tile exact meter location
PAYMENT OPTIONS
• Meters acx:ept payment with credit/debit card. colru, tokens.
and smart card at the meter terminal
• Optional contactiQSS payment and NFC applications
• Integrates with pay-by-cell applications for additional customer
convenience options
• PA-DSS and Lavell PCI-DSS certification ensures secure credit
card transactions for customers
WIRELESS
• Meters communicate wirelessly via the cellular network
and are connected to a web based management system
• No additional communication hardware needs to
be installed otl1er than meter mechanism
• No additional customer software other than an internet
browser is needed to access the management system
• Meters wlrelessly notify perking operations steff
of any faults, such as card reeder or coin valldator
jam, via text message, email, or both
GRAPHICAL DISPLAY
• Large 160 X 160 pixel backlit LCD operates at temperatures
of -4o•F to +185°F <-4o•c to +as•c)
• Display toggles between multiple screens which can display
metered time, parking rates, maximum stay period messages,
current time of day (including when meter will expire), and other
alpha-numeric or graphical messages depending on the status
of the meter
• Remote programming via web-based management system
• In the event of a eoln Jam, meter will continue to allow payment
via credit/debit card, smart card, or pay-by-cell and will display
"Cards Only, No Coins- on the display and the message is
reversed if there is a card reader jam
CENTRALIZED DATA
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
• Meter communicates wtrelessly via the cellular network to
a central data management system
• Ability to integrate with other meter, enforcement, and third
party management systems
• Comprehensive set of financial and technical reports, and
administrative tools
• Revenue and payment information available in real-time to
validate parking enforcement
• Wireless Integration of vehicle detection sensors and smart
cash collection system for additional enforcement features
end perking operatlonsanalysls
PROVEN PARKING METER RETROFIT
NEW Model MS
Modei1S2
Model147
Model795
Operational within seconds. The IPS Single-Space
Parking Meter is engineered to be a direct replacement
upgrade that fits into the city's existing single-space housings.
Simply remove the original top and mechanism and replace
it with the new ones. The meters will be operational within
seconds. thereby minimizing installation time, cost and risk.
Let ua prove It to you with a rllk·free 10 day field trial.
We are a design, engineering and manufacturing company focused on
ultra-low power wireless telecommunications and parking technologies.
With Installations across the us and Canada, we've quickly grown to be the
leading supplier of single-space credit card enabled parking meters, vehicle
detection sensors, and parking management software. We are continually
developing new and innovative technologies to meet customer's needs and
ensure our products are supported by an outstanding customer service team.
For more lnformlltfon about IPS Group's dyn1mlc parking 10lutlon,
please vlllt our web1He www.lpsgrouptne.com
Call for an on-site demo: 858.404.0807
I Toll Free: 877.610.6818
MS1 Multi-Space Pay Station
(MS1 Pay-by-Plate model shown)
TM
MS1 Multi-Space Pay Station
6th Generation Design
The MS1 Pay Station is the latest generation of unattended payment systems from IPS Group. The MS1
incorporates the unique features of the Proven™ IPS single-space platform, while offering customer
focused features such as IntelliTouch™ transaction processing, paired with robust hardware design,
including a stainless steel cabinet and armored glass as standard features.
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5
Key Benefits
Flexibility: The MS1 is available in pay-by-space, pay-and-display, and pay-by-plate
models. A simple change of the key pad and a firmware update are all that are required
to support the different modes.
Unparalleled power efficiency: Powered by environmentally friendly solar panel and
combination rechargeable and back-up battery pack to maximize ongoing power.
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3
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Customization: Configurable buttons available for help screens, alternative languages,
max time, etc.
Guaranteed quality: High security stainless steel housing with powder coating that is
weather and graffiti resistant makes it both durable and easy to maintain.
Improved visibility: Blue LED lighting above the display provides enhanced visibility for
motorists, technicians, and collections staff.
Customer friendly: IntelliTouch™ provides additional flexilibilty when completing a
transaction. Users may begin the payment sequence in the manner most intuitive to
them after which the MS1 will guide them through the transaction.
Dependable: Pay stations communicate wirelessly on the GPRS/3G cellular network,
ensuring fast and reliable communications while processing secure credit card authorizations, wireless downloads of rates and messages, and transmitting information to the
Data Management System (DMS).
Easy maintenance: Modularly designed with the technician in mind for easy plug-andplay maintenance.
Future-proof: IPS Group’s open interface provides seamless integration with third party
systems, such as enforcement, permitting, and ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) in order to further optimize parking operations.
Technology
RFID
MS1 Pay and Display model shown
1 Solar panel
Physical
Features
Solar Powered
2 Large display
Wireless
3 Intuitive keypad
Ultra Low Power
4 Card reader
Integration Ready
5 LED lighting
RFID Technology
6 Proximity sensors
Technical Specifications
Weight: 175 lbs
Dimensions: 12.5” x 12” x 60”; 31.75cm x 30.48cm x 152.4cm; MS1 is compliant with all relevant standards for disabled
access.
Power: Solar (standard) or AC
Temperature Range: -40°F to 185°F; -40°C to 85°C (Optional heater AC units only)
Payment Accepted: Credit and debit cards, smart cards, coins, tokens, pay-by-cell, and optional bill notes.
Cabinet Housing: Uni-body construction. High grade corrosion-resistant stainless steel treated and covered with a
durable powder coating that is weather and graffiti resistant.
Locks: Cabinet is protected by a six (6) point secure locking system. The outer vault door locks are protected by
anti-drill spin disks. Upper and lower housings require separate keys and the collection vault has a dual locking
system with a T-bar. Electronic locks available upon request.
Display: Large monochromatic display screen is 320 x 240 pixels and allows for 7 lines of alpha-numeric text or
graphics rotating on two screens. Display is protected by anti-glare coated armored glass (standard feature).
Printer: High resolution graphic thermal printer allows for customizable graphics, vouchers, and barcodes, which are
programmable from the DMS.
Coin Box Capacity: Two options for exchangeable coin box: 2450 coin capacity or 700 coin capacity. “Smart”
sensing technology available in both coin box models.
Bill Stacker (optional): 600 bill notes
Data Management System (DMS)
• All IPS products, including single-space meters, multi-space pay stations, sensors, and smart cash
collection communicate to a synonymous backend system.
• Open interface allows for easy and seamless integration with third party systems such as pay-by-cell,
parking guidance, permitting systems, and enforcement solutions.
• No need for local software or new hardware installation.
• Comprehensive set of financial and technical reports, and administrative management tools.
• Data analytics tool provides a visual representation of large amounts of data to gain insight into the data,
patterns, and trends.
• Refund processing available via DMS back office.
• Level 1 PCI and PA-DSS certified.
IPS Smart Technology Solution
Data Management System
Parking Meters
Pay Stations
Vehicle Detection
Sensors
Mobile Payment
Smart Cash
Collection
Visual Analytics
Credit Card
Processing
Wireless technologies are leading the charge in the smart cities revolution, connecting devices to help cities become more
efficient and to improve the quality of life for their residents. Parking plays an important role in this transformation. As an
industry leader, IPS utilizes wireless technologies to capture valuable parking occupancy and payment data, help cities
become more eco-friendly by using solar power, and create a more livable city by providing customer convenient payment
options and real-time parking availability applications.
Transform your city.
Let us show you how with a risk-free field trial.
We are a design, engineering and manufacturing company
focused on ultra-low power wireless telecommunications and
parking technologies. With installations around the globe,
we’ve quickly grown to be a leading supplier of single-space
credit card enabled parking meters, multi-space pay stations,
vehicle detection sensors, and parking management
software. We are continually developing new and innovative
technologies to meet customers’ needs and ensure our products are supported by an outstanding customer service team.
For more information about IPS Group’s
dynamic parking solution, please contact us.
Call for an on-site demo: 858.404.0607
Online: www.ipsgroupinc.com
TM
Copyright © 2014 IPS Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
Revolution Pay Station Upgrade Kits
TM
Revolution Pay Station Upgrade Kits
IPS Revolution Upgrade Kits are designed to retrofit existing
pay stations, thereby maximizing current investment and
infrastructure while upgrading to the latest parking meter
technology. The kit replaces outdated components of the
old pay station with new IPS technology and features.
Designed with the service technician in mind, the modular
components can be easily removed, serviced and replaced
with no more than a screwdriver. Cities benefit from lower
equipment upgrade costs, ease of maintenance and
reduced overall cost of ownership.
“The IPS pay stations are easy and intuitive to use,
they jam less frequently, and customers can use a
combination of payment methods to pay for their
parking. Parking is no longer a hassle or a negative
experience in Huntington Beach.”
— Dennis Thompson, Parking Meter Supervisor.
Revolution DL1, Huntington Beach, CA
Current Kits Available
Revolution ST
Retrofits: Parkeon Stelio
= Bill Note Acceptor
Revolution SR
Retrofits: Parkeon Strada
Revolution SM
Retrofits: Siemens Prisma
Revolution CL
Retrofits: Cale MPC 104
Key Benefits
Flexibility: The upgrade kits are available in pay-by-space, payand-display, and pay-by-plate models. A simple change of the
keypad and a firmware update are all that are required to
support the different modes.
Customer friendly: IntelliTouch™ provides additional flexilibilty
when completing a transaction. Users may begin the payment
sequence in the manner most intuitive to them after which the
pay station will guide them through the transaction.
Unparalleled power efficiency: Powered by environmentally
friendly solar panel and combination rechargeable and back-up
battery to maximize ongoing power.
Dependable: Pay stations communicate wirelessly on the
GPRS/3G cellular network, ensuring fast and reliable communications while processing secure credit card authorizations,
wireless downloads of rates and messages, and transmitting
information to the Data Management System (DMS).
Customization: Configurable buttons available for help screens,
alternative languages, max time, etc.
Improved visibility: Blue LED lighting above the display
provides enhanced visibility for motorists, technicians, and
collections staff.
Future-proof: IPS Group’s open interface provides seamless
integration with third party systems, such as enforcement,
permitting, and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)
in order to further optimize parking operations.
Easy maintenance: Modularly designed with the technician in
mind for easy plug-and-play maintenance.
Revolution DL1
Retrofits: Digital Payment Technologies Luke I
Revolution V
Retrofits: Ventek 400
Revolution DG
Retrofits: Parkeon DG
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IPS Group disclaims any affiliation with or endorsement by any of the companies referenced above.
IPS Smart Technology Solution
Data Management System
Parking Meters
Pay Stations
Pay Station
Upgrade Kits
Vehicle Detection
Sensors
Mobile Payments
Visual Analytics
Credit Card
Processing
Wireless technologies are leading the charge in the smart cities revolution, connecting devices to help cities become more
efficient and to improve the quality of life for their residents. Parking plays an important role in this transformation. As an
industry leader, IPS utilizes wireless technologies to capture valuable parking occupancy and payment data, help cities
become more eco-friendly by using solar power, and create a more livable city by providing customer convenient payment
options and real-time parking availability applications.
Transform your city.
Let us show you how with a risk-free field trial.
We are a design, engineering and manufacturing company
focused on ultra-low power wireless telecommunications and
parking technologies. With installations around the globe,
we’ve quickly grown to be a leading supplier of single-space
credit card enabled parking meters, multi-space pay stations,
vehicle detection sensors, and parking management
software. We are continually developing new and innovative
technologies to meet customers’ needs and ensure our products are supported by an outstanding customer service team.
For more information about IPS Group’s
dynamic parking solution, please contact us.
Call for an on-site demo: 877 630 6638
Online: www.ipsgroupinc.com
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WEB-BASED
DATA MANAGEMENT
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WEB -BASED
DATA
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM
The IPS Data Management System (DMS)
is a real-time, web-based application that
allows parking professionals to remotely
monitor their parking network from
anywhere, at any time. A comprehensive set
of financial, technical, and administrative
reporting features and remote meter
configuration make this system both intuitive
and powerful. The DMS allows managers
to seamlessly integrate parking meters,
vehicle detection sensors, pay-by-cell, and
other smart technology suite applications.
All reports can be exported into various formats,
including XLS, CSV and PDF
FINANCIAL REPORTS
• Provide real-time financial information on meters,
sensors, and smart coin collection system
• Ability to individually audit each meter
for revenue and coin content
• Meters are logically grouped to clearly display
revenue of a particular city block, street, or
neighborhood for easy rate evaluation
• Monthly statistics report provides a summary
of all transactions for the year by month
• Pole transaction detail report assists in parking ticket
adjudication by displaying the date/time and amount
of time purchased, in addition to transaction type
TECHNICAL REPORTS
• Provides real-time information and live alerts
on the status of meters and sensors, including
battery status, occupancy status, full coin box,
and any faults such as coin or credit card jams
• View detailed events for each meter, including every
transaction, operational status and maintenance logs
• Easily monitor the health of the meter’s power
systems, such as battery voltages and solar voltages
ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS
• Notification alerts regarding faults and status
of meters are distributed to staff via email,
text message, or both to increase meter
up-time and help improve program efficiency
• Installation and inventory reports provide accurate
inventory control and asset management
• Meter configuration tools allow for easy adjustment
of rates, hourly settings, and parking exceptions
• User profiles are created to control and monitor
user access to the Data Management System
UTILITY APPLICATION
• Available for Android OS and Apple iOS
• View current maintenance requirements and
log all service activity on your smart phone
• Easily create a customized list for fault
logging using current City standards
• Ability to change configurations and
swap RFID tags remotely
• Review meter fault list in-the-field and
be directed to identified meters
IPS PRODUCT FAMILY
Pay-By-Cell
Data
Management
System
Vehicle
Detection
Sensors
Smart Coin
Collection System
The IPS solution utilizes wireless technology to allow meters and sensors to talk to one
another and then transfer data to a centralized data management system. IPS single-space
parking meters work as a team with vehicle detection sensors and our web-based Data
Management System (DMS) to help customers effectively evaluate parking trends and
adjust programs accordingly. Cities are able to quickly upgrade existing meters, easily track
revenue, send enforcement directly to vehicles in violation, and improve the efficiency of
overall parking operations; all while holding customer satisfaction at a premium.
Let us prove it to you with a risk-free 90 day field trial.
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We are a design, engineering and manufacturing company focused on ultralow power wireless telecommunications and parking technologies. With
installations across the US and Canada, we’ve quickly grown to be a leading
supplier of single-space credit card enabled parking meters, multi-space pay
stations, vehicle detection sensors, and parking management software. We
are continually developing new and innovative technologies to meet
customer’s needs and ensure our products are supported by an outstanding
customer service team.
For more information about IPS Group’s dynamic parking solution, please
visit our website www.ipsgroupinc.com
Call for an on-site demo: 858.404.0607 | Online: ipsgroupinc.com
Parking Meters
Data Management System
Vehicle Detection Sensors
Smart Technology Suite
VEHICLE DETECTION
SENSORS
(Actual Size)
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VEHICLE DETECTION
SENSORS
IPS Vehicle Detection Sensors provide a reliable
detection system for the presence and absence
of a vehicle in a parking space. The IPS sensor
uniquely directs all sensing information via the
IPS parking meter cellular communications
backbone, saving customers the hassle of
installing additional network equipment and
dramatically reduces the cost of ownership.
The IPS sensor uses multiple sensing
technologies to detect large metal objects.
Its unique design provides the most accurate
data on the sensor market and allows for quick
installation and servicing.
FEATURES
• Sensor is wirelessly paired with an IPS parking meter to
detect the presence or absence of a vehicle
• Sensors are 3” in diameter and 7/8” in height and
weigh .14 kg (0.3lbs)
“Thanks to visionaries
like Donald Shoup,
cities are discovering
the power of demand
based pricing and
realizing the true
value of their onstreet parking by
utilizing smart
parking meters and
sensors to collect
valuable data.”
— Dave King,
CEO IPS Group
• Sensor is fully encapsulating and contains the power
source and antenna for a completely wireless solution
• Power is maintained by an integrated lithium battery pack
for maximum battery life
• IPS utilizes an air/water tight sensor housing, which allows
sensor to be easily removed or serviced in the field
SENSING METHODOLOGY
IPS Vehicle Detection Sensors use multiple sensing elements
to produce maximum sensor sensitivity. A ferrous object, such
as a vehicle’s engine block, alters the local magnetic field
surrounding the sensor. As a car pulls into a parking space, the
sensor detects the change in the magnetic field and relays the
information to the IPS parking meter. The sensor can be fine
tuned to register a movement of a vehicle in a specific space;
increasing accuracy and making data received more valuable.
Sensor alerts meter when
vehicle arrives/departs
INSTALLATION
Underground & wirelessly
communicates to
corresponding meter
Sensor installation is easy and can be done in coordination
between City and IPS staff. For best performance, sensors are
installed below-grade, typically 2 – 3 inches below the surface.
For the most accurate results, sensors should be installed under
the area where the engine of the car is expected to be.
BENEFITS
• Sensor communicates directly to IPS meter rather than a
mesh communication network, providing the most reliable
communication transmission available at a significantly
lower cost
• Real-time occupancy data is available via web-based data
feed, supporting maps and smartphone applications
• Supports anti-meter feeding policies
• Option to reset meter when car pulls away
(Scan QR code for a demonstration)
• Provides cost effective option to implement
demand based pricing strategies
• Ability to add courtesy time on the meter, which gives
motorists free time when they first pull into a space
IPS PRODUCT FAMILY
Pay-By-Cell
Data
Management
System
Vehicle
Detection
Sensors
Smart Coin
Collection System
The IPS solution utilizes wireless technology to allow meters and sensors to talk to one
another and then transfer data to a centralized data management system.
IPS parking meters work as a team with vehicle detection sensors and our web-based Data
Management System (DMS) to help customers effectively evaluate parking trends and
adjust programs accordingly. Cities are able to quickly upgrade existing meters, easily track
revenue, send enforcement directly to vehicles in violation, and improve the efficiency of
overall parking operations; all while holding customer satisfaction at a premium.
Let us prove it to you with a risk-free 90 day field trial.
TM
We are a design, engineering and manufacturing company focused on ultra-low power
wireless telecommunications and parking technologies. With installations across the US
and Canada, we’ve quickly grown to be a leading supplier of single-space credit card
enabled parking meters, multi-space pay stations, vehicle detection sensors, and parking
management software. We are continually developing new and innovative technologies
to meet customer’s needs and ensure our products are supported by an outstanding
customer service team.
For more information about IPS Group’s dynamic parking solution, please
visit our website www.ipsgroupinc.com
Call for an on-site demo: 858.404.0607 | Online: ipsgroupinc.com
Copyright © 2014 IPS Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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