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File #: 18-4718    Version: 1 Name: Budget Amendment - Sheriff's Office (Revenue Increase - Appropriate Federal Revenue)
Type: Consent Status: Consent
File created: 5/16/2018 In control: Sheriffs Office
On agenda: 6/19/2018 Final action:
Title: : Budget Amendment - Sheriff's Office (Increase in Federal Revenue and Associated Expenses and carryforward of unspent funds)
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Title:
Budget Amendment - Sheriff's Office (Increase in Federal Revenue and Associated Expenses and carryforward of unspent funds)

Summary

ACTION:
1. Recognize, receive and appropriate $874,802 in federal revenue for the Sherriff's Office

2. Carry forward to FY 2019 up to an estimated $874,802, for any balance remaining at June 30, 2018 related to the Sherriff's office for any remaining items not purchased by this date that will be purchased in FY2019


Staff Contact: Rachel Vanhoy, Sheriff's Office


Presentation: No


BACKGROUND/JUSTIFICATION:

On May 15, 2018, the Sheriff’s Office met with members of the Budget Executive team to discuss the County Manager’s FY2019 recommended funding for the Sheriff’s Office. It was recommended that several items not included in the Manager’s recommended budget be funded with current year funding. The following items would be funded with the above appropriation:

· Mobile Unit Laptop and monitor replacements - The current laptops are four years old and out of warranty. Monitors are in need of replacement as well. The cost to maintain the aging equipment has increased significantly. $125,566
· Stancil Center Audio/Visual (A/V) System Upgrade - The existing AV system for the Stancil conference room is failing and some of the equipment has reached the end of life cycle and is no longer supported. $20,100
· Security and Disaster Recovery - Working with County Information Technology services, an assessment will be completed to evaluate the current state of the MCSO IT infrastructure and security. Investments in security and disaster recovery will not be made until the assessment has been completed, results and County ITS recommendations have been presented to the technology Governance Committee, and purchases have been approved by the County Manager. $306,415
· Video Arraignment System - the current video arraignment system in the Mecklenburg County Courthouse has failed, and been inoperable for the past several week...

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