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(a) The Corporation will, in its discretion, make a procurement under emergency conditions
(1) when there exists a threat to public health, safety, or welfare;
(2) when a situation exists that makes a procurement through competitive sealed bidding impractical or contrary to the public interest; or
(3) to protect private or public property.
(b) Reasons for finding that emergency conditions exist include the following:
(1) economic considerations that preclude routine solicitation;
(2) delays inherent in the normal procurement process;
(3) extreme weather conditions; and
(4) equipment failure when the need for timely repair is essential.
(c) The Corporation will make a written determination that emergency conditions exist. The written determination will state in detail the factual basis for the determination that emergency conditions exist and for the selection of the particular contractor. The Corporation will maintain the determination in the procurement file.
(d) The appropriate Corporation officer also will make and promptly forward to the chief procurement officer a record of an emergency procurement. The record will plainly set out
(1) the contractor's name;
(2) the amount spent and the type of contract;
(3) a list of the supplies, equipment, services, construction, office or other space leases, personal property, or professional services procured under the contract;
(4) a brief summary of the emergency determination; and
(5) the assigned identification number of the procurement file.
(e) For a procurement under this section, the Corporation will procure supplies and services by any method the Corporation considers reasonable under the circumstances.
History: Eff. 6/28/96, Register 138
Authority: AS 36.30.015 (f)
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