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Custodial Report

Custodial Report

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Agenda – Alternate Service Delivery Committee – October 22, 2012REPORTSItem No. 3 Alternate Service Delivery Candidate Report for Custodial Services
WINNIPEG PUBLIC SERVICE RECOMMENDATION:1. That the Public Service be directed to initiate proceedings through the Modified ManagedCompetition process for the contracting out of Custodial Services.
Title: Alternate Service Delivery Candidate Report for Custodial ServicesCritical Path: Alternate Service Delivery CommitteeAUTHORIZATIONRECOMMENDATIONS
1. That the Public Service be directed to initiate proceedings through the ModifiedManaged Competition process for the contracting out of Custodial Services.
Potential contracting out initiatives require the Public Service to follow the ModifiedManaged Competition process, adopted by Council on March 21, 2012, and theLetter of Understanding between the City of Winnipeg and The Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 500 Re: Change Initiatives.
The Public Service will follow the Alternate Service Delivery / Modified ManagedCompetition process with the intention of implementing an alternative operatingmodel for Custodial Services (for office buildings and aquatic facilities).
The recommendations for Custodial Services (office buildings and aquatic facilities)may result in potential savings for the City in the order of approximately $1,000,000annually once fully implemented. It assumes an aggressive timeline for reduction of positions through attrition and redeployment.
If Custodial Services for both office buildings staff (30 FTEs) and aquatic facilitiesstaff (23 FTEs), were to be implemented at the same time, the ability of the Planning,Property and Development department to redeploy 53 staff would be limited.
Authors DepartmentHeadCFO CAO
Iain DayGeorges Chartier BarryThorgrimson /Mike RutaMike Ruta Deepak Joshi
DiscussionCustodial Services
Within the office and other buildings group, a combination of City custodial staff andcustodial contractors are currently used. As of 2012, City staff clean approximately36% of the occupied space while contractors clean approximately 64%. With thisinitiative, the City will strive to contract 100% of building cleaning within two yearsbeginning in 2013 with the exception of Winnipeg Police Service buildings whichrequire civic staff that clean their buildings to meet Level 3 security clearancerequirements. The initiative would impact 30 FTEs.
Within the aquatic facilities group, cleaning is currently performed by City staff. Withthis initiative, all Building Servicer positions whose primary duties are cleaning, willbe eliminated and replaced with contracted cleaners. The initiative would impact 23FTEs. The initial contracts would be awarded in 2013.
Planning, Property and Development Department recommends contracting allbuilding cleaning to the private sector through a staged implementation based on theability of the City to redeploy affected staff.

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