It has been determined to be in the State's best interest to rescind the award, reject all bids and cancel
the IFB No. 11C080000. This includes all subsequent agreements that were issued as a result of the award.
CHP is currently exploring all options with respect to the provision of unarmed security guard services.
Due to ongoing litigation, no other information is available at this time.
Amendment 11 is attached with the new blended benefits rate effective 02/02/2013.
CHP has amended Inter-Con agreement 7C065000 for services to provide unarmed security guards for an
additional twelve (12) months from 12/31/2013 to 12/31/2014.
Amendment 13 is attached with the new blended benefits rate effective 02/02/2014.
Also amended Exhibit E:
1. Contractor’s Administrative Responsibilities
c(3) All required cards listed in Item 1.c(2). Must be presented to Client Agencies or CHP upon demand.
If Contractor’s armed security guard is unable to present his/her guard registration card, or a screen-print
of the Bureau's approval from the Bureau's web site at www.bsis.ca.gov, along with a valid photo identification,
he/she will be relieved from duty and contractor shall provide an unarmed security guard, who has, appropriate
cards in his/her possession. The MSA is subject to immediate cancellation if Contractor is unable to provide
unarmed security guards with all required cards.