Debarment of Prospective Offerors
(1)Generally. A Contracting Agency may Debar prospective Offerors for the reasons set forth in ORS 279A.110 (Discrimination in subcontracting prohibited) or after providing notice and the opportunity for hearing as set forth in ORS 279B.130 (Debarment of prospective bidders and proposers).
(2)Responsibility. Notwithstanding the limitation on the term for Debarment in ORS 279B.130 (Debarment of prospective bidders and proposers)(1)(b), a Contracting Agency may determine that a previously Debarred Offeror is not Responsible prior to Contract Award.
(3)Imputed Knowledge. A Contracting Agency may attribute improper conduct of a Person or its affiliate or affiliates having a contract with a prospective Offeror to the prospective Offeror for purposes of Debarment where the impropriety occurred in connection with the Person’s duty for or on behalf of, or with the knowledge, approval, or acquiescence of, the prospective Offeror.
(4)Limited Participation. A Contracting Agency may allow a Debarred Person to participate in solicitations and Contracts on a limited basis during the Debarment period upon Written determination that participation is Advantageous to a Contracting Agency. The determination shall specify the factors on which it is based and define the extent of the limits imposed.
Rule 137-047-0575 — Debarment of Prospective Offerors,