OAR 177-037-0020
Classification of Lottery Procurements


General: A procurement or Contract is classified according to the degree to which a Contractor may have access to secure and sensitive Lottery information, including materials or systems, which in the opinion of the Director affect the honesty, fairness, integrity, or security of the Lottery or any Lottery games. The factors used to classify a procurement or Contract include, but are not limited to: The type of Goods or Services to be provided; access to and the potential risk to Lottery games technology or data, access to and the potential risk to Lottery financial systems; and the type of company involved. There are three classifications of Procurements: Major, Sensitive, and General.


Classification: The decision to classify a procurement as a Major, Sensitive, or General Procurement is made by the Director in consultation with the Assistant Director for Security prior to the Lottery’s issuance of a Solicitation Document. The classification of a procurement, disclosure requirements, and instructions for disclosure will be stated in the procurement Solicitation Document or in the procurement advertisement.


Classification Changes: The Director’s decision to classify a particular procurement under sections (1) and (2) of this rule is not binding on the Lottery and in no way limits the authority of the Commission or the Director to change the procurement or Contract classification, or the disclosure requirements at any time prior to the award of a Contract or during the term of a Contract.

Source: Rule 177-037-0020 — Classification of Lottery Procurements, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=177-037-0020.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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