Emergency Management Agency PPE bids and procedures (Missouri Emergency Management Agency)

Beryl Lipton filed this request with the Missouri Emergency Management Agency of Missouri.
Multi Request Emergency Management Agency PPE bids and procedures
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From: Beryl Lipton


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the The Missouri Sunshine Law, I hereby request the following records:

• The current procedure for procuring personal protective equipment (PPE) on behalf of agencies and entities within the jurisdiction of this office. If this office manages PPE requests for county, local, or private entities, please also provide any guiding material for soliciting, receiving, organizing, and fulfilling those requests.

• Any bids placed by this agency for the acquisition of PPE for this office or on behalf of any entity within the jurisdiction of this agency.

• Any available spreadsheet or aggregate information related to bids for PPE. Please provide all available segregable data, including but not limited to the source, the quantity, and the success of the bid.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 3 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Beryl Lipton

From: Missouri Emergency Management Agency

Beryl Lipton:

This email is in response to your Missouri Sunshine Law request concerning PPE bids and procedures received April 8, 2020 (below).
The State Emergency Management Agency is searching for records responsive to your request. Additional time is needed to complete the search and review any responsive records to determine whether they are open under Missouri law. In the event any information in the records is exempt from disclosure, additional time will be required to redact the information exempt from disclosure prior to providing public access and/or copies. If there are charges for search, research, or duplication time, you will be provided with an estimate of these charges, and payment will be necessary prior to the production of any records.

For these reasons, we anticipate providing a further response to you within 30 business days.

Mike O’Connell
Communications Director
Missouri Department of Public Safety
Office: (573)751-4819
Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov<mailto:Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov>

From: Missouri Emergency Management Agency

Beryl Lipton:

This email is an update to the State Emergency Management Agency’s April 13, 2020 initial response to your Missouri Sunshine Law request concerning PPE bids and procedures received April 8, 2020 (below).
The State Emergency Management Agency continues to search for records responsive to your request. Additional time is needed to complete the search and review any responsive records to determine whether they are open under Missouri law. In the event any information in the records is exempt from disclosure, additional time will be required to redact the information exempt from disclosure prior to providing public access and/or copies. If there are charges for search, research, or duplication time, you will be provided with an estimate of these charges, and payment will be necessary prior to the production of any records.

SEMA anticipates being able to provide a further response to your request within 30 business days.

Mike O’Connell
Communications Director
Missouri Department of Public Safety
Office: (573)751-4819
Cell: (573)301-2022
Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov<mailto:Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov>
@MoPublicSafety<https://twitter.com/MoPublicSafety>

Follow the Missouri Department of Public Safety on Twitter @MoPublicSafety<https://twitter.com/MoPublicSafety>

From: Missouri Emergency Management Agency

To Whom It May Concern:

There is no further update since the State Emergency Management Agency’s May 27, 2020 email response to your Missouri Sunshine Law request. As stated in that response (below), SEMA requires additional time to complete the search and review any responsive records to determine whether they are open under Missouri law. SEMA still expects to have a further response to your request within 30 business days of May 27, 2020.

Mike O’Connell
Communications Director
Missouri Department of Public Safety
Office: (573)751-4819
Cell: (573)301-2022
Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov<mailto:Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov>
@MoPublicSafety<https://twitter.com/MoPublicSafety>

Follow the Missouri Department of Public Safety on Twitter @MoPublicSafety<https://twitter.com/MoPublicSafety>

From: Missouri Emergency Management Agency

Mr. Lipton:

This email is in response to your Missouri Sunshine Law request concerning PPE bids and procedures received April 8, 2020 (below, along with subsequent communications related to this request). The responsive documents are attached to this email. The spreadsheet is up to date as of July 9, 2020.

Mike O’Connell
Communications Director
Missouri Department of Public Safety
Office: (573)751-4819
Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov<mailto:Mike.oconnell@dps.mo.gov>
@MoPublicSafety<https://twitter.com/MoPublicSafety>

Follow the Missouri Department of Public Safety on Twitter @MoPublicSafety<https://twitter.com/MoPublicSafety>

From: Beryl Lipton

Hello Mr. O'Connell,

Thank you so much for these materials. I'll be sure to follow up if I have any questions.

All the best,
Beryl

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