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After the opening of bids or proposals or after notice of intent to award but before award, all bids or proposals may be rejected in whole or in part by the chief procurement officer or the head of a purchasing agency issuing the solicitation. Reasons for rejection include the following:
(1) the supplies, services, or construction being procured are no longer required;
(2) ambiguous or otherwise inadequate specifications were part of the solicitation;
(3) the solicitation did not provide for consideration of all factors of significance to the state;
(4) prices exceed available money and it would not be appropriate to adjust quantities to accommodate available money;
(5) all otherwise acceptable bids or proposals received are at unacceptable prices;
(6) there is reason to believe that the bids or proposals may not have been independently arrived at in open competition, may have been collusive, or may have been submitted in bad faith; or
(7) the award is not in the best interests of the state.
History: Eff. 1/1/88, Register 104
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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