Week 6/19- 6/23

Monday 6/19:

 

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Assigned

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Date

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Date of

Official Action

6/16/17

Chairman Mendelson Homeland Security And Emergency Management Agency: Continuity Of Operations Planning Activities Are Not Adequately Managed

IG

22-21
  6/19/17 6/19/17
6/16/17 Chairman Mendelson Correspondence from the CIC - USP Terre Haute Inspection Report  

RC

22-59
  6/19/17 6/19/17
6/16/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Grant Budget Modifications of May 31, 2017

GBM

22-34
Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole  6/19/17 10 day review begins 6/19/17 deemed approved 7/3/17
6/16/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed sole source contract to with Auctor Corporation in the not-to-exceed amount of $4,763,015.00 to provide programming updates and enhancements as well as day-to-day operational maintenance of the DC Child Support Enforcement System (DCCSES), the automated collection and enforcement system

CA

22-171
Retained with comments from the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety 6/19/17 10 day review begins 6/19/17 deemed approved 6/29/17
6/16/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed loan agreement between the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and 3534 East Cap Venture, LLC (Borrower) in the amount of $19,951,920 from the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF) to fund construction, acquisition, construction soft costs and the reimbursement of predevelopment cost associated with 137 units of affordable housing located at 3534 East Capitol Street, N.E., in Ward 7

CA

22-172
Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/19/17 10 day review begins 6/19/17 deemed approved 6/29/17
6/16/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed loan agreement between the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and 3534 East Cap Venture, LLC (Borrower) in the amount of $19,951,920 from the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF) to fund construction, acquisition, construction soft costs and the reimbursement of predevelopment cost associated with 137 units of affordable housing located at 3534 East Capitol Street, N.E., in Ward 7

CA

22-173
Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/19/17 10 day review begins 6/19/17 deemed approved 6/29/17
6/16/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed loan agreement between the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and 49-53 Missouri Avenue, NW LLC (Borrower) in the amount of $1,308,402 from the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF) to fund acquisition and construction soft costs associated with 10 units of affordable housing located at 49-53 Missouri Avenue, NW., in Ward 4

CA

22-174
Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/19/17 10 day review begins 6/19/17 deemed approved 6/29/17

 

Tuesday 6/20:

 

Date

Introduced

Sponsor(s)

Title

Number

Assigned

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Assigned

Date

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Date of

Official Action

6/15/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Public Employee Relations Board Mary Anne Gibbons Confirmation Resolution of 2017

PR

22-361
Committee on Labor and Workforce Development 6/20/17

6/20/17

 

6/15/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Public Employee Relations Board Ann Hoffman Confirmation Resolution of 2017

PR

22-362
Committee on Labor and Workforce Development 6/20/17

6/20/17

 

6/15/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Public Employee Relations Board Charles J. Murphy Confirmation Resolution of 2017

PR

22-363
Committee on Labor and Workforce Development 6/20/17

6/20/17

 

6/15/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Leave and Retirement Modifications for Chief of Police Peter Newsham Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-327
Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety 6/20/17

6/20/17

 

6/15/17 Councilmember Allen Closing of a Public Alley in Square 748, S.O. 16-21105, Act of 2017

Bill

22-328
Committee of the Whole  6/20/17

6/20/17

 

6/19/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Housing Authority Proposed multi-year contract between the District of Columbia Housing Authority ("DCHA") and City View Redevelopment LLC (the "Owner") in the amount of $81,120 to provide affordable housing units at City View Apartments located at 2850 Douglass Place, SE 

CA

22-175
Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/20/17 45 day review begins 6/20/17 deemed disapproved 8/3/17
6/19/17 Chairman Mendelson Correspondence from the Mayor - DOES FY 2016 Annual Anti-Fraud Report

RC

22-60
  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/19/17 Chairman Mendelson The Department of Public Works' Performance Measures Were Effective But Lacked Proper Controls

AU

22-12
  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17 Councilmember Todd Ward 4 Full-Services Grocery Store Amendment Act of  2017

Bill

22-319

(Withdrawn)
  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17

Councilmember(s):  Cheh and Allen Co-Sponsors: Nadeau, Grosso, R. White, Gray, Evans and, McDuffie Silverman 

Trafficking Survivors Relief Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-329
Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17

Councilmember(s):  Cheh, Silverman, Allen and Nadeau Co-Sponsors: Grosso, Gray and Bonds 

Sense of the Council Condemning Violence Perpetrated Against Demonstrators Protesting Turkish Government Policies Resolution of 2017

PR

22-364

Retained by the Council 6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17

Councilmember(s):  Nadeau, R. White, Silverman, Grosso, Allen and Cheh Co-Sponsors: Evans, Bonds, T. White and Gray

Washington, D.C. Preferred Terms Establishment Act of 2017

Bill

22-330
Committee of the Whole  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17

Councilmember(s):  Nadeau, R. White, Silverman, Grosso, Allen and Cheh Co-Sponsors: Evans, Bonds, T. White and Gray

Nonbinary Identification Cards Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-331
Committee on Transportation and the Environment  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17

Councilmember(s):  Nadeau Co-Sponsors: Grosso, Allen, Cheh and Chairman Mendelson 

Home Sale Facilitation Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-332
Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17

Councilmember(s):  Nadeau and Cheh

Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Signature Authority Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-333
Committee on Health  6/20/17 6/20/17
6/20/17

Chairman Mendelson Co-Sponsors: Bonds and Cheh

Universal Paid Leave Pay Structure Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-334
Committee of the Whole  6/20/17 6/20/17

 

Wednesday 6/21:

Date

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Date

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Official Action

6/19/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Housing Authority Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 2016-LRSP-01A Approval Resolution 2017

PR

22-365
Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/21/17 6/27/17
6/20/17 Councilmember Todd and Bonds Ward 4 Full-Service Grocery Store Amendment Act of 2017

Bill

22-335
Committee on Business and Economic Development  6/21/17 6/27/17
6/20/17 Councilmember Allen Lincoln Court Designation Act of 2017

Bill

22-336
Committee of the Whole  6/21/17 6/27/17

 

Thursday 6/22:

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Assigned

Committee

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Date

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Date of

Official Action

6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract to exercise Option Year One (1) with Medical Transportation Management, Inc. in the amount of $2,983,183.50 for the continuation of student transportation services 

CA

22-176
Retained with comments from the Committee on Education  6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed Human Care Agreement to exercise Option Period Three (3) with The WIN Team in the amount of $1,395,030.00 will enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple task orders for the continued provision of Extended Family Home Services 

CA

22-177
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services  6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed Human Care Agreement to exercise Option Period Three (3) with The National Children’s Center, Inc. in the amount of $2,347,898.40 to provide Residential Expenses for people with Intellectual Development Disabilities (IDD) living in Supported Living, Residential Habilitation or Host Home settings 

CA

22-178
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services  6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract to exercise Option Period Three (3) with On Point Technology, Inc. in the amount of $4,797,198.00 for the District's On-Line Compensation System 

CA

22-179
Retained with comments from the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development 6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed loan agreement between the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and HOPE Cooperative Association in the amount of $1,538,144 from the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF) to fund related predevelopment and critical repair costs associated with 13 units of affordable housing located at 1445 Spring Road, N.W., in Ward 4 

CA

22-180

Retained with comments from the  Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed loan agreement between the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) and Diversity Cooperative, Inc. in the amount of $3,109,828 from the Housing Production Trust Fund (HPTF) to fund the acquisition of 21 units of affordable housing located at 7440 Georgia Avenue, N.W., in Ward 4 

CA

22-181

Retained with comments from the  Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract modification to exercise option period four (4) with Delmarva Foundation for Medical Care, Inc. in the amount of $5,563,265.20 to provide long-term care prior authorization services for Medicaid beneficiaries 

CA

22-182

Retained with comments from the  Committee on Health

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with The Temple Group, Inc. in the not-to-exceed amount of $3,000,000 for Project Management Services for DCPS & DPR Portfolio Projects 

CA

22-183

Retained with comments from the  Committee on Transportation and the Environment and the Committee on Education

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Mckissack & Mckissack of Washington, Inc. in the not-to-exceed amount of $3,000,000 for Project Management Services for DCPS & DPR Portfolio Projects 

CA

22-184

Retained with comments from the  Committee on Transportation and the Environment and the Committee on Education

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Tecknomic, LLC in the not-to-exceed amount of $10,000,000.00 will enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for Temporary Support Services in a relatively short period of time 

CA

22-185

Retained with comments from the  Committee of the Whole

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Health IT 2 Business Solutions, LLC in the not-to-exceed amount of $10,000,000.00 will enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for MOBIS in a relatively short period of time 

CA

22-186

Retained with comments from the  Committee of the Whole

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract for Option Year four (4) with American Express Travel Related Services Company (AMEX) in the amount of $15,000,000.00 to continue purchasing essential supplies and office equipment utilizing internet base ordering 

CA

22-187

Retained with comments from the  Committee on Education  

6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Proposed contract with Mark G. Anderson Consultants, Inc. in the not-to-exceed amount of $3,000,000 for Project Management Services for DCPS & DPR Portfolio Projects

CA

22-188
Retained with comments from the  Committee on Transportation and the Environment and the Committee on Education 6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Tandem Conglomerate, LLC in the not-to-exceed amount of $10,000,000.00 will enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for MOBIS in a relatively short period of time 

CA

22-189
Retained with comments from the  Committee of the Whole 6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract to exercise Option Year one (1) with Deloitte Consulting LLP in the amount of $1,019,199.84 for the continued provision of Maintenance and Operations (M&O) services for CFA’s web-based Statewide Automated Child Welfare System (SACWIS), known as FACES.NET 

CA

22-190
Retained with comments from the  Committee on Human Services 6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Defense Logistics Agency (DLA Energy) in the amount of $10,074,321.00 to provide Regular Unleaded Gasoline to District of Columbia Government agencies located throughout the metropolitan area 

CA

22-191
Retained with comments from the  Committee on Transportation and the Environment 6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed FY 2017-2018 Annual Capital Transportation Plan for All Sources (Plan) between the Federal Highway Administration, the Government of the District of Columbia (District) and the now defunct District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Management Assistance Authority. The projects in this year's program including, but are not limited to: 1. bridge design and construction, inspection and risk assessment; 2. street (including local) design and construction, 3. streetlight system upgrading, 4. preservation, preventative maintenance and upgrade of District tunnels; 5. construction of wheelchair ramps and the assessment, design and construction of other features required to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act; 6. traffic signal maintenance and construction; 7. integrated asset management database development; 8. safety improvements; and 9. various transportation studies financed with FHWA funds 

CA

22-192
Retained with comments from the  Committee on Transportation and the Environment 6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed multi-year contract with See Forever Foundation in the amount of $9,756,986.00 to provide an education program for committed youth 

CA

22-193
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services 6/22/17 45 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed disapproved 8/5/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed In-Lease Agreement by and among (i) the District, (ii) Helen Antonia Galich Marx Properties, LLC. and (iii) DLY - 2215 Adams Place LLC for 47,688 rentable square feet located at 2215 and 2219 Adams Place, NE to be occupied by DC FEMS

CA

22-194
Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment and the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety  6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer Proposed contract with Harris & Harris, Ltd. to provide a turnkey solution that combines secondary collection services and an account receivables system for delinquent debt collection of non-tax debts owed to the Government of the District of Columbia for the Office of Finance and Treasury (OFT)

CA

22-195

Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue 6/22/17 10 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/2/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $520,000 of Local Funds Budget Authority from the Child and Family Services Agency to the Department of Behavioral Health and the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services. This reprogramming ensures that DBH will be able to obtain a new Mobile Assessment and Referral Center van and DYRS will be able to fund improvements to the New Beginnings Youth Development Center.

Reprog.

22-52
Retained with comments from the Committee on Human Services and the Committee on Health 6/22/17 14 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/6/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $700,000 of Special Purpose Revenue Funds Budget Authority within the Department of Housing and Community Development. This reprogramming ensures that DHCD will be in compliance with the current grant agreement with the Greater Washington Urban League and be able to provide critical services to District government employees who are eligible to become first-time homebuyers in the District of Columbia through the EHAP program.

Reprog.

22-53
Retained with comments from the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization 6/22/17 14 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/6/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $525,471 of Local Funds Budget Authority within the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner to the Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund. This reprogramming ensures that OCME will be able to establish a Capital Facilities Renovation and Upgrades program (CFRUP); purchase additional supplies, furniture, and equipment; perform new information technology (IT) projects; fund employee training; and support Facilities' Architecture and Furniture design efforts.

Reprog.

22-54
Retained with comments from the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety 6/22/17 14 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/6/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $1,200,281 of Local Funds Budget Authority within the Office of the Chief Technology Officer. This ensures that OCTO will be able to perform the migration and roll out of Microsoft Office 365, a major IT project targeted for completion before the end of the current fiscal year, and cover the costs of Ironport, a security software license.

Reprog.

22-55
Retained with comments from the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety 6/22/17 14 day review begins 6/22/17 deemed approved 7/6/17

 

Friday 5/23:

Date

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6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor

Second Amendment to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Capital Funding Agreement Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-367
Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue 6/23/17 6/27/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Second Amendment to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Capital Funding Agreement Emergency Act of 2017

Bill

22-339
Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue 6/23/17 6/27/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Second Amendment to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Local Capital Funding Agreement Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-368
Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue 6/23/17 6/27/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Second Amendment to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Local Capital Funding Agreement Emergency Act of 2017

Bill

22-340
Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue 6/23/17 6/27/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Contract No. CW51370 with See Forever Foundation Approval Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-369
Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue 6/23/17 6/27/17
6/21/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Contract No. CW51370 with See Forever Foundation Approval Emergency Approval Resolution of 2017

PR

22-370
Retained with comments from the Committee on Finance and Revenue 6/23/17 6/27/17
6/22/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $2,000,000 of Local Funds Budget Authority within the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department. This ensures that FEMS has adequate funding to support ongoing fleet maintenance and repair needs for ambulances, pumpers, trucks, and other emergency response unit vehicles

Reprog.

22-56
Retained with comments from the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety 6/23/17 14 day review begins 6/23/17 deemed approved 7/7/17
6/22/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Reprogramming Request for $1,941,152 of Capital Funds Budget Authority and Allotment within the Department of General Services. The reprogramming is necessary to support various small capital improvement projects, and will close out work and cost overruns, due to unforeseen conditions, at the Engine Companies 16 and 22 projects.

Reprog.

22-57
Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment  6/13/17 14 day review begins 6/23/17 deemed approved 7/7/17
6/22/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Security Assurance Management, Inc. in the amount of $19,995,445.77 to provide security services and qualified personnel to protect persons and property at D.C. Public Schools Buildings 

CA

22-196
Retained with comments from the Committee on Education 6/23/17 10 day review begins 6/23/17 deemed approved 7/3/17
6/22/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract with Keystone Plus Construction Corporation in the amount of $8,707,866.77 to provide construction services for installation and construction of new HVAC and fire protection (sprinkler, fire alarm, and emergency generator) systems, new lights, and new ceilings at Logan Elementary School, located at 215 G Street NE, Washington, DC 20002 

CA

22-197
Retained with comments from the Committee on Transportation and the Environment and the Committee on Education 6/23/17 10 day review begins 6/23/17 deemed approved 7/3/17
6/22/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract to exercise Option Year Three (3) with CSZNET in the not-to-exceed amount of $10,000,000 will enable the District to have the flexibility to issue multiple orders for MOBIS in a relatively short period of time

CA

22-198
Retained with comments from the Committee of the Whole  6/23/17 10 day review begins 6/23/17 deemed approved 7/3/17
6/22/17 Chairman Mendelson at the request of the Mayor Proposed contract to exercise option year four (4) with City Year Inc. in the amount of $1,307,685.00 to provide lunch and recess enrichment activities and support afterschool programs and extended day programs

CA

22-199
Retained with comments from the Committee on Education 6/23/17 10 day review begins 6/23/17 deemed approved 7/3/17
6/22/17 Councilmember Gray Federally Qualified Health Center Certificate of Need Maximum Fee Establishment Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2017

PR

22-366
Retained by the Council   6/27/17
6/22/17 Councilmember Gray Federally Qualified Health Center Certificate of Need Maximum Fee Establishment Emergency Act of 2017

Bill

22-337
Retained by the Council   6/27/17
6/22/17 Councilmember Gray Federally Qualified Health Center Certificate of Need Maximum Fee Establishment Emergency Act of 2017

Bill

22-338
Retained by the Council   6/27/17
6/22/17 Chairman Mendelson  FY 2017 Grant Budget Modifications of June 6, 2017  

GBM

22-35

  6/22/17 6/22/17