Oregon Oregon State Treasury

Rule Rule 170-002-0175
Cancellation, rejection, delay of invitations for bids or requests for proposals


(1)

Any Procurement may be canceled, or any or all bids or proposals may be rejected in whole or in part, when the cancellation or rejection is in the Treasurer’s best interest. The reasons for the cancellation or rejection must be made part of the Procurement file. The Treasurer is not liable to any Offeror for any loss or expense caused by or resulting from the cancellation or rejection of Procurement, bid, proposal or Award.

(2)

Any Procurement may be delayed or suspended when the delay or suspension is in the Treasurer’s best interest. The Treasurer is not liable to any Offeror for any loss or expense caused by or resulting from the delay or suspension of Procurement or Award.

(3)

The Treasurer may at any time before Contract execution withdraw an Award if the Treasurer determines that it is in the Treasurer’s best interest to do so. The Treasurer will document in its file related to the Award the reasons for the withdrawal. The Treasurer is not liable to any Offeror for any loss or expense resulting from an Award withdrawal.

(4)

The Treasurer may, at any time after a Procurement cancellation or following Award withdrawal conduct a new Procurement with the same or revised terms, conditions, and specifications as used in the cancelled Procurement.
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