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If a state agency uses competitive sealed proposals to procure heavy trucks and heavy equipment, the state agency may use other evaluation factors in addition to the evaluations factors set out in 2 AAC 12.260(c) - (f), including
(1) the price;
(2) the quality of the article offered;
(3) the performance capabilities of the offerors and the manufacturers;
(4) the suitability of the article offered;
(5) the service requirements, including warranty, parts availability, and parts locations;
(6) durability as measured by projected operating and maintenance costs;
(7) the resale value;
(8) the transportation charges;
(9) the date of delivery and performance; and
(10) other factors determined to be pertinent or peculiar to the procurement.
History: Eff. 3/27/93, Register 125; am 11/28/97, Register 144
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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