Council approves purchase of a Criminal Justice Information System security enhancement for the Police Department
The Andover City Council approved the purchase Tuesday evening of a Criminal Justice Information System security enhancement for the Police Department from CDW-G for $6,900.
The FBI has mandated users accessing CJIS computers must comply with a two-factor authentication, explained IT Director Bill Duggan.
The purchase of 2FA Authentication from CDW-G includes 50 licenses, 50 readers and up to eight hours web-based installation, support and training, Duggan said.
The ongoing annual licensing fee is $420.
The City Council also:
• accepted a proposal from GSI for engineering and inspection for the 2014 Street Maintenance Project and authorized the Mayor to sign.
• approved a resolution adopting a restated and amended Debt Management and Fiscal Policy for the City.
• approved a resolution amending the resolution regarding the City’s policy for the Financing of Public Improvements and the Levying of Special Assessments within the City related to the letter of credit requirements.
• approved a resolution amending the resolution regarding the policy for the Financing of Public Improvements and the Levying of Special Assessments within the City adding the Chief Financial Officer to the review committee.
• approved a resolution amending the Code of Municipal Policies for Position Descriptions for the Deputy City Clerk.
• heard concerns from a citizen whose house may get annexed into the City. The discussion of the property at 1109 West Highway 54 will take place at the next City Council meeting.
• heard from Randy Banwart, a Republican running for Kansas House District 99 seat.
• heard an update on the Andover Municipal Golf Course from Neal Flickinger.