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File #: 20-0754    Version: Name:
Type: City Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 10/21/2020 In control: Special Concurrent Meeting of the Oakland Redevelopment Successor Agency/City Council
On agenda: 1/12/2021 Final action: 1/12/2021
Title: Subject: Local Business Empowerment Through Contracting (LBETC) From: Councilmember Taylor And Councilmember McElhaney Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation: 1) A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Report Back To Council By April 2021 Regarding (1) The Port Of Oakland’s (Port) Interest In And Feasibility Of Partnering With The City To Establish And Operate An Owner-Controlled Insurance Program For Construction Projects, Or For The City To Do So Individually; (2) The City’s Application Of The Local/Small Local Business Enterprise (L/SLBE) Program To On-Call Contracts And Cooperative Agreements; (3) Expansion Of The City’s Construction Preferred Small Local Business Program To The Purchase Of All Professional Services; (4) Creation Of A Small And/Or Very Small Local Business Enterprise (SLBE/VSLBE) Set Aside Program; (5) Establishment Of A Bonding And Financing Program For SLBES; (6) Creation Of A Credit Incentive Program For LBE/SLBE Owners Who Grad...
Attachments: 1. View Memo, 2. View Legislation, 3. View Supplemental Report - 12/11/2020, 4. View Supplemental Legislation - 12/11/2020, 5. View Supplemental Legislation - 1/8/2021
Related files: 20-0755

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Subject:                      Local Business Empowerment Through Contracting (LBETC)

From:                                           Councilmember Taylor And Councilmember McElhaney

Recommendation: Adopt The Following Pieces Of Legislation:

 

1) A Resolution Directing The City Administrator To Report Back To Council By April 2021 Regarding (1) The Port Of Oakland’s (Port) Interest In And Feasibility Of Partnering With The City To Establish And Operate An Owner-Controlled Insurance Program For Construction Projects, Or For The City To Do So Individually; (2) The City’s Application Of The Local/Small Local Business Enterprise (L/SLBE) Program To On-Call Contracts And Cooperative Agreements; (3) Expansion Of The City’s Construction Preferred Small Local Business Program To The Purchase Of All Professional Services; (4) Creation Of A Small And/Or Very Small Local Business Enterprise (SLBE/VSLBE) Set Aside Program; (5) Establishment Of A Bonding And Financing Program For SLBES; (6) Creation Of A Credit Incentive Program For LBE/SLBE Owners Who Graduated From A High School In Oakland; And (7) Any Other Program Enhancements To Address Race And Gender Disparities In Local Contracting And Procurement Identified By Council

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