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  • BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS CITY OF OAKLAND

    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 3780

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 2 OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 1606 TO PROVIDE FOR PURCHASING - PROCUREMENT CARD PROGRAM.

    WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 97193 dated June 17, 1997, the Board of Port Commissioners ("Board") authorized the implementation of a procurement card test project; and

    WHEREAS, by Port Ordinance No. 3742 dated April 15, 2003, the Board authorized extending the Program continuing through December 31, 2003; and

    WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Port to establish the Program as a permanent program of the Port as more fully described in Board Agenda Report Item No. 0-7 dated December 2, 2003, because of procurement and payment efficiencies attainable through the implementation of the program, subject to implementation of controls to assure appropriate usage in accordance with program objectives; now, therefore

    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board for the City of Oakland as follows:

    Section 1. Section 2 of Port Ordinance No. 1606 shall be and the same is hereby amended to read in full as follows:

    "SECTION 2. AUTHORITY OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.

    Subject to the availability of funds and the conditions and procedures set forth in this ordinance, the Executive Director is hereby authorized to bind the Port, by written contract or purchase order involving an expenditure not exceeding the bid limit established by the City Council in any one transaction, without advertising or previous specific action by the Board, for the purchase of supplies or payment for services, or a combination thereof, to be furnished to the Port.

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  • The Executive Director is further authorized to implement a procurement and payment program, with or without prior use of purchase orders or contracts utilizing procurement cards issued by a financial institution with whom the Port maintains banking relationships, subject to control procedures approved by the Chief Financial Officer, provided that for any such procurement made without contract or purchase order the purchase within the bid limits established by the City Council."

    In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California, December 2, 2003. Passed to print for one day by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Ayers-Johnson, Batarse, Katzoff, Kiang, Kramer, Scates and President Protopappas - 7. Noes: None. Absent: None.

    John T. Betterton Secretary of the Board

    Adopted at a regular meeting held December 16, 2003

    By the following Vote: Commissioners Ayers-Johnson, Batarse, Katzoff, Kramer and President Protopappas - 5

    None

    Port ttorney

    Ayes:

    Noes:

    Absent:

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  • Legal No. 0000311550

    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 3780

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 2 OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 1606 TO

    PROVIDE FOR PURCHASING - PROCUREMENT CARD PROGRAM.

    WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 97193 dat ed June 17, 1997, the Board of Port Commis sioners ("Board") authorized the implementa Lion of a procurement card test project; and

    WHEREAS, by Port Ordinance No. 3742 dated April 15, 2003, the Board authorized ex tending the Program continuing through De cember 31, 2003; and

    WHEREAS, it is in the best interest of the Port to establish the Program as a permanent program of the Port as more fully described in Board Agenda Report Item No. 0-7 dated December 2, 2003, because of procurement and payment efficiencies attainable through the implementation of the program, subject to implementation of controls to assure appropri ate usage in accordance with program objec tives; now, therefore

    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board for the City of Oakland as follows:

    Section 1. Section 2 of Port Ordinance No. 1606 shall be and the same is hereby amended to read in full as follows:

    "SECTION 2. AUTHORITY OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.

    Subject to the availability of funds and the conditions and procedures set forth in this or dinance, the Executive Director is hereby au thorized to bind the Port, by written contract or purchase order involving an expenditure not exceeding the bid limit established by the City Council in any one transaction, without advertising or previous specific action by the Board, for the purchase of supplies or pay ment for services, or a combination thereof, to be furnished to the Port.

    The Executive Director is further author ized to implement a procurement and pay ment program, with or without prior use of purchase orders or contracts utilizing procure ment cards issued by a financial institution with whom the Port maintains banking rela tionships, subject to control procedures ap proved by the Chiel Financial Officer, provid ed that for any such procurement made with nut nnntrent nr nurnhese nreler the niirrhece W1111111 q IU UIU 11111115 USIdUlISIICU Uy the t.aity Council."

    In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California, December 2, 2003. Passed to print for one day by the following vote: Ayes: Com missioners Ayers-Johnson, Batarse, Katzolf, Kiang, Kramer, Scates and President Protopappas - 7. Noes: None. Absent: None.

    John T. Betterton Secretary of the Board

    The Oakland Tribune, #311550 December 10, 2003

    Oakland Tribune c/o ANG Newspapers 401 13th Street Oakland, CA 94612 Lec dvertising (80L, .J5-9595 opt.4

    PORT OF OAKLAND 530 WATER STREET„ OAKLAND CA 94607

    PROOF OF PUBLICATION FILE NO.

    In the matter of

    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 3780

    The Oakland Tribune

    I am a citizen of the United States; I am over the age of eighteen years, and not a party to or interested in the above-entitled matter. I am the Legal Advertising Clerk of the printer and publisher of The Oakland Tribune, a newspaper published in the English language in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California.

    -lace that The Oakland Tribune is a news p aper of general elation as defined by the laws of the State of California as

    determined by this court's order, dated December 6, 1951, in the action entitled In the Matter of the Ascertainment and Establishment of the Standing of The Oakland Tribune as a Newspaper of General Circulation, Case Number 237798. Said order states that "The Oakland Tribune is a newspaper of general circulation within the City of Oakland, and the County of Alameda, and the State of California, within the meaning and intent of Chapter 1, Division 7, Title 1 [§§ 6000 et seq.], of the Government Code of the State of California. "Said order has not been revoked, vacated, or set aside.

    I declare that the notice, of which the annexed is a printed copy, has been published in each regular and entire issue of said newspaper and not in any supplement thereof on the following dates, to wit:

    12/10/03

    I certify (or declare) under the penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.

    Public Notice Advertising Clerk

  • BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS CITY OF OAKLAND

    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 3779

    AN ORDINANCE AMENDING PORT ORDINANCE NO. 2833 RELATING TO SECURITY OF MARITIME FACILITIES.

    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners of the City of Oakland as follows:

    Section 1. A new Item 02220 is hereby added to Section II of Port Ordinance No. 2833 which shall read as follows:

    SECURITY OF MARITIME FACILITIES

    (a) Purposes

    Th. 1-1-1;0 Ttcm Mn n000n arc to A-

    provide forfor efficient, coordinated and effective action in order to reduce the risk and to mitigate the results of an act that threatens the security of personnel, the Port's facilities, private property and the public, to comply with requirements mandated by the Federal Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 ("MTSA") and the federal regulations implementing the MTSA ("MTSA Regulations") and to set forth the respective rights and obligations as between the Port and Port assignees, tenants, permittees, contractors and operators on Port facilities (collectively "Operators", each an "Operator") with respect to the MTSA and the MTSA Regulations.

    (b) Port Facility Security Plan

    The Executive Director is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be prepared and to approve a Port Facility Security Plan in accordance with this Item No. 02220 covering all Port of Oakland facilities for which a facility security plan is required by the MTSA and the MTSA Regulations and for which an Operator Facility Security Plan is not prepared by an Operator and approved by the appropriate Federal agency designated in the MTSA and the MTSA Regulations ("USA"). The Port Facilities Security Plan shall comply with the requirements of applicable law, including but not limited to the MTSA, the MTSA Regulations and this Item No. 02220.

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  • (c) Designation of Port Facility Security Officer

    The Executive Director is hereby authorized and directed to designate a person as Port Facility Security Officer ("PFSO") on behalf of the Port. The designated PFSO shall be qualified as, and shall have the duties of, a facility security officer under the MTSA and the MTSA regulations with respect to those maritime terminal facilities for which the Port, instead of an Operator, prepares a facility security plan. The PFSO shall also be responsible on behalf of the Port for coordinating and maintaining communications with Operators and the USA regarding the interests of the Port in the security of all Port facilities without relieving third parties, including Port Operators or other persons of their responsibilities under any facility security plan, the MTSA, the MTSA Regulations, this Tariff or any other law, regulation or any contract. The Executive Director's designation of a PFSO also shall not