Los Angeles International Airport (Photo: Flickr/InSapphoWe

The Los Angeles Department of Airports is seeking vendors to support its video surveillance and intelligent observation network.

The department, also known as Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), has an Information Management and Technology Group that handles daily the operation and maintenance of the closed caption television system (CCTV VISION) at both the Los Angeles International and Van Nuys General Aviation Airports. LAWA issued a Request for Proposals on Tuesday in search of a contractor that can provide ongoing monitoring, maintenance, repairs and technical support for the surveillance system.

The CCTV VISION system comprises cameras, a communications system and subsystems throughout the airports’ campuses. According to the bid, personnel that would be assigned to this contract must have at least two years of working experience. CCTV VISION subsystems include, but are not limited to, emergency phone systems; CPB booth alarm monitoring system; Genetec Video Management System/Video Surveillance System; and Pelco 9760 controllers and switches.

Starting from the date of the Notice to Proceed, the selected vendor will provide services for a maximum of three years. Submissions are due March 28.