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After evaluation of proposals under 2 AAC 12.290, including an adjustment of an evaluation of a proposal as authorized under 2 AAC 12.295, the procurement officer will, in the procurement officer's discretion, negotiate with the offeror of the highest ranked proposal for the purpose of obtaining contract terms consistent with the solicitation and with terms favorable to the state. If changes are made to the proposal during contract negotiations, the changes must be reasonable; however, the changes may not have the effect of changing the ranking of the highest ranked proposal. If the procurement officer determines that the offeror of the highest ranked proposal fails to negotiate in good faith or fails to negotiate within the time period set by the procurement officer, the procurement officer may terminate negotiations and begin contract negotiations with the offeror of the next highest ranked proposal in the manner prescribed in this section.
History: Eff. 11/28/97, Register 144
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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