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File #: 19-0105    Version: 1
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/29/2019 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/24/2019 Final action:
Title: RSM US LLP: Cyber Security Audit, Information Technology Functions
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Agenda Item Name:

Title

RSM US LLP: Cyber Security Audit, Information Technology Functions

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Presenter:

Donna Bradbrook, 352-264-7066

 

Description:

Pursuant to Section 22.11(15) of the Alachua County Code of Ordinances, this procurement is exempt from competitive bidding requirements because the services to be provided under the revised Engagement Letter are being procured under State of Florida Contract #973-000-14-2-01 (the “State Contract”). Pursuant to the State Contract, the County requested quotes from the State approved vendors. RSM US LLP was the only State approved vendor to respond to the County’s request for quotes for the Provision of Conducting Financial and Performance Audits. Due to the sensitive nature of the scope of services (i.e., cyber security threat assessment), the revised Engagement Letter is not attached to this Agenda Item. A redacted version of the revised Engagement Letter is available upon request.

 

RSM will conduct and report on a full scale Cyber Security Audit including, but not limited to, penetration testing, cyber social engineering and provide detailed action plan and recommendations

 

Recommended Action:

Recommended Action

Approve the revised Engagement Letter, authorize the Chair to execute same, and authorize the County and RSM to conduct audit as outlined in the revised Engagement Letter

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Prior Board Motions:

None

 

Fiscal Consideration:

Fiscal Consideration

The estimated not to exceed cost for the audit is $110,000; an additional $10,000 has been budgeted for unanticipated contingencies.

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Background:

The Board of County Commissioners heard audit presenting findings from RSM on October 2, 2018 and directed the County Manager to continue this process for other county departments and programs.