OAR 734-010-0330
Corrective Action Plan


The purpose of the corrective action plan and the meeting with the SCME is to help the contractor improve performance, project delivery, and avoid low ratings in the future. The tables shown in OAR 734-010-0320 (Scoring Ranges and Corrective Actions) identify remedial actions based on the number of occurrences using cumulative category and total project scores for 36 months on all evaluations on all contracts. If a contractor’s performance requires submission and approval of a corrective action plan, the SCME will notify the contractor in writing.


The authorized contractor representative must contact the SCME within 14 days of verifiable receipt of notice from the SCME to schedule a meeting to present a written corrective action plan. The parties must meet within 21 days of the date the contractor’s representative contacts the SCME or within an otherwise agreed timeframe.


The contractor will be allowed to bid and receive award for any proposal submitted until the parties meet within 21 days or otherwise agreed timeframe.


After the 21 days or otherwise agreed timeframe has expired, if the contractor has not presented a corrective action plan acceptable to the SCME, the contractor will not be allowed to bid or receive award again until a corrective action plan has been submitted and approved by the SCME.


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If a contractor’s evaluation score requires suspension of the contractor’s prequalification, a written corrective action plan must be submitted to and approved by the SCME no later than 30 days prior to the end of the prequalification suspension period.


If the corrective action plan is not submitted and approved by the SCME at least 30 days prior to the end of suspension, the contractor’s prequalification will remain suspended until the corrective action plan is approved by the SCME.


When the SCME approves the corrective action plan submitted by the contractor, the SCME shall notify by verifiable receipt the authorized contractor representative and the OPO Construction Contracts Manager.


The OPO Construction Contracts Manager will notify by verifiable receipt the authorized contractor representative, once the contractor’s prequalification is reinstated.

Source: Rule 734-010-0330 — Corrective Action Plan, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=734-010-0330.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

Rule 734-010-0330’s source at or​.us