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(a) Except for small purchases made under 2 AAC 12.400, notice of an invitation to bid shall be given by posting on the Alaska Online Public Notice System as required by AS 36.30.130 (a). Notice may also be provided in accordance with AS 36.30.130 by one of the following methods:
(1) mailings to prospective contractors on a contractors list compiled under 2 AAC 12.060, and, if practicable, located in the state;
(2) publication in a newspaper of general circulation, and, if practicable, in a way calculated to reach prospective contractors located in the state;
(3) publication in a newspaper of local circulation in the area pertinent to the procurement, and, if practicable, in a way calculated to reach prospective contractors located in the state;
(4) notices posted in public locations within the area where the work is to be performed or the material or supplies furnished;
(5) communication in another appropriate media, including postings in electronic media, and, if practicable, in a way calculated to reach prospective contractors located in the state.
(b) The provisions of 2 AAC 12.400(e) apply to the requirements regarding public notice of procurements for leased office space of no more than 3,000 square feet.
(c) Nothing in this section limits use of additional methods of public notice in order to reach prospective contractors located in the state.
(d) The procurement officer shall provide notice of an invitation to bid to a prospective contractor upon request, regardless of the location of the prospective contractor.
(e) The procurement officer may require payment of duplication costs or a cash deposit for supplying the invitation to bid.
History: Eff. 1/1/88, Register 104; am 3/30/90, Register 113; am 7/20/95, Register 135; am 11/28/97, Register 144; am 10/3/2002, Register 163
Authority: AS 36.30.040
Editor's note: As of Register 155 (October 2000), and acting under sec. 8, ch. 54, SLA 2000 and AS 44.62.125 (b)(6), the regulations attorney made a technical revision to 2 AAC 12.130(a) , to reflect the enactment of ch. 54, SLA 2000, which replaced the Alaska Administrative Journal with the Alaska Online Public Notice System.
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