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(a) Before the opening of bids or proposals, a solicitation may be amended, or time for opening may be extended, upon the procurement officer's determination that the extension or amendment is in the state's best interest. All potential bidders or offerors known to have copies of the solicitation shall be advised of the extension or amendment.
(b) Before the opening of bids or proposals, a solicitation may be cancelled in whole or in part if the chief procurement officer or the head of a purchasing agency issuing a solicitation determines that cancellation is in the state's best interest. Reasons for cancellation include the following:
(1) the state no longer requires the supplies, services, or construction;
(2) the state no longer can reasonably expect to pay for the procurement;
(3) proposed amendments to the solicitation would be of such magnitude that a new solicitation is desirable; or
(4) the officer, after consultation with the attorney general, determines that a solicitation is in violation of the law.
History: Eff. 1/1/88, Register 104
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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