To the extent possible, the commissioner may collect information concerning the type, cost, quality, and quantity of commonly used supplies, equipment for the state fleet, services, or construction being procured or used by state public procurement units. The commissioner may also collect this information from local public procurement units. The commissioner may make this information available to a public procurement unit upon request.
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