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File #: 20-4543    Version: 1 Name: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, San Jose, California
Type: Payment Approval Status: Approved
File created: 10/1/2020 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 10/22/2020 Final action: 10/22/2020
Title: PROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL Department(s): Cook County State's Attorney's Office Action: Payment Approval Payee: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, San Jose, California Good(s) or Service(s): Technical Support and Server Hardware Equipment Fiscal Impact: $34,313.03 Accounts: 11100.1250.14245.531675.00000.00000 Contract Number(s): N/A Summary: The Cook County State's Attorney Office (SAO) requests approval of payment to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE). This service became necessary as a result of a crucial upgrade to the server room by the Bureau of Technology. SAO servers critical to charging and prosecuting cases failed to come back online after upgrades were completed. In this crucial situation, we engaged with HPE, the manufacturer of our servers, to help us understand what was necessary to restore these critical servers and their functions. This required replacing critical parts. This amount reflects both the hardware and technician time that HPE provid...
Indexes: KIMBERLY M. FOXX, Cook County State's Attorney

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PROPOSED PAYMENT APPROVAL

 

Department(s):  Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office

 

Action:  Payment Approval 

 

Payee:  Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, San Jose, California

 

Good(s) or Service(s):  Technical Support and Server Hardware Equipment

 

Fiscal Impact:  $34,313.03

 

Accounts:  11100.1250.14245.531675.00000.00000

 

Contract Number(s):  N/A

 

Summary:  The Cook County State’s Attorney Office (SAO) requests approval of payment to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE). This service became necessary as a result of a crucial upgrade to the server room by the Bureau of Technology. SAO servers critical to charging and prosecuting cases failed to come back online after upgrades were completed. In this crucial situation, we engaged with HPE, the manufacturer of our servers, to help us understand what was necessary to restore these critical servers and their functions. This required replacing critical parts. This amount reflects both the hardware and technician time that HPE provided to restore our servers.

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