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<br />CASS CDUNIY <br />GOVERNMENT <br /> <br />"I <br /> <br />..-. / <br /> <br />..-. <br /> <br />Auditor <br /> <br />Michael Montiplaisir. CPA <br />701-241-5601 <br /> <br />Treasurer <br /> <br />Charlotte Sandvik <br />701-241-5611 <br /> <br />Director of <br />Equalization <br /> <br />Frank Klein <br />701-241-5616 <br /> <br />Box 2806 <br />211 Ninth Street South <br />Fargo, North Dakota 58103 <br /> <br />Fax 701-241-5728 <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />MEMO <br /> <br />TO: <br /> <br />Cass County Commission <br /> <br />FROM: <br /> <br />Terry Schmaltz, IT Manager <br /> <br />DATE: <br /> <br />May 27,2004 <br /> <br />SUBJECT: <br /> <br />Consent agenda item for June 7, 2004 Commission meeting <br /> <br />----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> <br />Enclosed is a listing of used obsolete County computer equipment, most of which <br />was replaced by new equipment in County offices this year. In the past, the <br />Commission allowed the sale of computer equipment to county employees on a <br />bid process under County Commission Policy 14.80, however, this method <br />resulted in extra work for the Information Technology Department to administer <br />the bid process, prepare computers for sale and distribution, as well as additional <br />work for the Auditor and Treasurer's Offices for the collection of payment. The <br />revenue received from the sale is minimal compared to the man-hours expended <br />during the sale process. <br /> <br />The Cass County Commission has approved, in the past, the donation of used <br />computer equipment to local charitable organizations. <br /> <br />SUGGESTED MOTION: <br />Move to authorize the Information Technology Department to donate obsolete <br />computer equipment to FirstLink (suicide prevention/crisis intervention agency). <br /> <br />Enc <br />