Chapter 02 - Procurement

10.0201 Short title.

The rules codified in this chapter shall be k…

10.0202 Authority.

The rules in this chapter are promulgated pur…

10.0203 Purpose.

The purpose of this chapter is to prescribe u…

10.0204 Definitions.

As used in this chapter, the words in this se…

10.0205 Requirement of Good Faith.

This chapter requires all parties involved in…

10.0206 Applicability.

(a) Except as otherwise specified by law this…

10.0210 Centralization of Procurement authority.

Except as otherwise provided by law or execut…

10.0211 Chief Procurement Officer.

(a) Location. The chief procurement officer s…

10.0212 Decentralized procurement authority.

(a) Delegation of authority. The chief procur…

10.0213 Coordination.

Under procedures adopted by the chief procure…

10.0214 Duties of the Attorney General.

(a) The Attorney General, or such officer as…

10.0220 Duties of the chief procurement officer.

The chief procurement officer shall develop,…

10.0221 Duties of the Director of Program Planning and Budget Development.

The Director of Program Planning and Budget D…

10.0230 Definitions.

As used in this article, the following defini…

10.0231 Methods of source selection.

(a) It is the policy of the government to con…

10.0232 Cancellation of solicitations.

An invitation for bids or request for proposa…

10.0233 Qualifications and duties.

(a) Responsibility of bidders and offerors. A…

10.0234 Types of Contracts.

(a) Use of a cost-plus-a-percentage-of-cost a…

10.0240 Definitions.

As used in this article, the following defini…

10.0241 Duties of the Chief Procurement Officer.

(a) The chief procurement officer shall be re…

10.0242 Maximum Practicable Competition.

All specifications shall be written to promot…

10.0243 Use of specifications.

(a) Specifications shall not be written so as…

10.0244 Brand name or equal provision.

(a) “Brand name or equal” description shall b…

10.0245 Specifications prepared by architects and engineers.

The requirements of this article shall apply…

10.0250 Construction.

(a) Request for Proposals.(1) Deposit. The ch…

10.0251 Architect – Engineer Services.

(a) Applicability. Architect-engineer service…

10.0252 Duties of the Chief Procurement Officer.

The chief procurement officer may promulgate…

10.0260 Required contract provision.

The following clauses shall be included in al…

10.0261 Duties of the chief procurement officer.

The chief procurement officer may promulgate…

10.0270 Policy.

It shall be the policy of the government to u…

10.0271 Definitions:

As used in this article, the following defini…

10.0272 Local bidder preference and evaluation.

(a) Construction procurements.(1) For constru…

10.0280 Responsibilities.

The chief procurement officer and other offic…

10.0281 Contract file documentation.

For each contract awarded, an official contra…

10.0282 Disputes and appeals.

(a) Definition “Disputes” means any disagreem…

10.0290 Policy.

Public employment is a public trust. In gover…

10.0291 Definitions.

As used in this article, the following defini…

10.0292 Standards of ethical conduct.

(a) Ethical standards for employees. Any atte…

10.0293 Civil Penalties.

(a) An employee who violates a provision of t…

10.0294 Criminal penalties.

(a) Except as otherwise provided in this sect…

Appendix A – Termination for Convenience

(a) The government may terminate performance…

Appendix B1 – Termination for Default (Construction)

If the con tractor re fuses or fails to prose…

Appendix B2 – Termination for Default (Goods and Services)

(1) Default. If the contractor refuses or fai…