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Remembering Jim Guidry Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership
Galveston County
Galveston County Commissioners Court
by Garrett Bryce
Monday, September 11, 2017

Galveston County Commissioners Court today voted to approve an agreement with Data Management, Inc. for time and attendance software.

The item was approved following discussion regarding the agreement, which will provide time and attendance solutions for county employees.

Beverly West, with the county's Legal Department, addressed the court concerning the license agreement.

West noted that exempt employees still will not be required to “clock in or out”, unless there is an emergency or timekeeping reason to do so, but will be required to use the system to enter leave requests and have them processed, and to approve their time. Listen (12:40)

The commissioners court voted unanimously to approve revisions to the Human Resources Policy Manual related to the implementation of the new attendance solution.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to award a contract to Friends for Life for the Galveston County Guardianship Program.

Friends for Life provided the only proposal for the program.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to approve a 2.2 percent price increase for food service for the Galveston County Jail, which is provided by Trinity Services Group, Inc. The increase will result in a new price of $0.962 per meal for inmates and $2.89 per meal for staff meals.

The commissioners court took no action regarding a reward of a contract for the Community Preparedness Program for administration. The item was pulled.

The commissioners court voted unanimously to approve a settlement agreement in the mater of The County of Galveston vs. Triple B Services, LLP in the Supreme Court of Texas, as discussed in closed session.

The commissioners court voted 4-1, with Darrell Apffel opposed, to adopt a resolution supporting reform of magistrate hearings and jail dockets.

The commissioners court deferred action regarding approval of a FEMA branch office at Walter Hall Park.

All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda





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