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(a) If a dispute arises about the classification under 3 AAC 92.030 of a type of product, the classification determination made by the department shall be the classification in effect until the department adopts more detailed regulations for classification for that particular product type. Any interested person or firm may petition the commissioner under AS 44.62.220 to adopt such regulations.
(b) A dispute regarding classification of, or certification of, an Alaska product or regarding any other aspect of the Alaska product preference list must be resolved under 3 AAC 92.010(e) and is not grounds for a protest to a procurement officer under AS 36.30.560 - 36.30.699 of a contract award, proposed award, or solicitation by an agency.
History: Eff. 1/3/88, Register 104
Authority: AS 36.30.332 (a)
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