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					    Statewide Interoperable Radio
Communications Internet Transport System
             (SIRCITS)
                     to the
     Project Certification Committee

            Mike Neitzey, Program Manager
            Department of Information Technology
            July 25, 2012
Project History

 SIRCITS grant was awarded in August 2010 under the
  second round of Broadband Technology Opportunity
  Program (BTOP) grant solicitations from the Department
  of Commerce.

 The purpose of the grant is to complete the transition of
  the statewide public safety microwave system from
  analog to digital allowing broadband access to anchor
  institutions and allowing the state and its partners
  (through sharing agreements) to support broadband
  service in un-served, underserved and tribal areas. A
  last mile component will deploy 700 MHz public safety
  broadband service.
Organization
Reorganized effective April 3, 2012

•   Mike Neitzey - Program Manager
•   Vince Bradley - DMW Operations Manager
•   Bill McMahon – Logistics & Marketing
•   Mike Romero - Financial Coordinator
•   Irene Sanchez - Financial, CertiClear, POC for Grants online
•   Chad Lee - Business Analyst (Contracts & Scheduling)
Organization
Project Status

 Completed
   Environmental Assessments on all sites (have FONSI)
   Price Agreements for construction of the 59 middle mile sites
   Contracts in place (with amendments) covering
          Project Management
          Design
          Construction
          Implementation
          IV&V
          Legal
   Hire Term positions
Budget Status
 Budget allocated
   Total - $55,700,000
     Federal BTOP - $38,699,997
     State Matching - $5,399,999
     State In-Kind Matching $11,600,004

 Budget status
   Submitted a budget amendment moving $4,734,501 from LTE to
    DMW
   Total LTE Budget - $4,006,500
   LTE equipment and build - $2,952,500 (suspended)
   Design - $1,054,000
Budget Status
 Estimated budget expenditures for quarter ending 06/30
       $29,869,280
 Budget expended
   As of 06/30 - $18,217,366.08 (cash) + $11,600,004 (in kind match)
                 Total $29,817,370
   Over $11.1M spent on design, planning, equipment, and construction during the
    quarter


                                     Expended to     Remaining
            Area      Budget            date        Encumbered       Unallocated

            DMW     $37,384,497.00 $17,275,304.62   $15,003,160.41   $5,106,031.97

             LTE     $4,006,500.00          $0.00            $0.00   $4,006,500.00

      Other Admin   $14,309,003.00 $12,542,065.46      $912,335.57     $854,601.97

            Total   $55,700,000.00 $29,817,370.08   $15,915,495.98   $9,967,133.94
DMW Status
 Design - Feasibility analysis, RF design, and Construction
  design are completed for all Sites
 Construction
    started at 22 sites
    2 sites are ready for final construction walkthrough
    an addition 4 to 6 sites will be started in July
 Installation
   All radio and network equipment has been ordered
   Factory Acceptance Testing is tentatively scheduled for late
   July
   Installation will begin in August
DMW Timeline
LTE Status
 NTIA directive
   Do not purchase any LTE equipment
   Focus on
      Site Analysis,
      Site Selection,
      Design
   Submit a revamped budget
Risk & Issues
 Weather and Fire restrictions play a role in
  upgrade delays encountered at several remote
  radio sites. Completion of updated site lease
  agreements can also cause unexpected delays.
 No funding for
   Demolition (now included as part of budget
    revamp)
   Purchase/move of LMR equipment (separate
    $1.5M funding)
Thank You…….


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