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(a) Factors that may be considered in determining whether a prospective contractor is responsible include whether the prospective contractor
(1) has a satisfactory record of performance;
(2) is qualified legally to contract with the state; and
(3) has supplied all necessary information in connection with the inquiry concerning responsibility.
(b) The procurement officer may require the prospective contractor to demonstrate the availability of necessary financing, equipment, facilities, expertise, and personnel, by submitting
(1) evidence that the contractor possesses the necessary items;
(2) acceptable plans to subcontract for the necessary items;
(3) a documented commitment from, or explicit arrangement with, a satisfactory source to provide the necessary items; or
(4) other information required by the procurement officer.
(c) The state's determination of responsibility does not relieve the contractor from the requirements for performance under the contract.
(d) If a prospective contractor supplies information in response to a request for information made by a procurement officer under (b) of this section, information supplied in response to the request is confidential and may not be disclosed unless the prospective contractor gives prior written consent to its disclosure.
History: Eff. 1/1/88, Register 104; am 5/26/2004, Register 170
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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