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(a) An offeror must submit its proposal to the agency at the specific place and at or before the specific time identified in the request for proposals.
(b) An offeror must complete any form required in the request for proposals and provided by the agency. The offeror must include with its proposal each completed form and any necessary attachment or additional information.
(c) Proposals shall be sealed and may not be opened until expiration of the time set in the request for proposals for submitting proposals.
(d) If the request for proposals requires a cash deposit or bond as described in 2 AAC 12.939(b) , the deposit or bond is subject to forfeiture if the proposal is accepted but the offeror fails to execute the design-build construction contract.
(e) For each discipline that an agency identifies in the request for proposals, proposals must identify each person within that discipline to whom the offeror proposes to subcontract obligations under the design-build construction contract. A person that the offeror identifies may not be replaced without the approval of the agency.
History: Eff. 8/21/2005, Register 175
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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