Public Contracting - General Provisions

ORS 279A.165
Report concerning special procurements

  • requirement to maintain records


(1)

The Oregon Department of Administrative Services, before the beginning of each odd-numbered year regular legislative session, shall provide to an appropriate committee of the Legislative Assembly that considers questions related to public contracting a report that contains information about special procurements conducted under the provisions of ORS 279B.085 (Special procurements) by state contracting agencies that are subject to the authority of the department under ORS 279A.050 (Procurement authority) (2) and (7). The information must include, at a minimum:

(a)

The name of each state contracting agency that conducted a procurement under the provisions;

(b)

The number of procurements the state contracting agency conducted under the provisions and the number of contracts the state contracting agency awarded under the provisions;

(c)

A summary of the reasons that the state contracting agency decided to conduct the procurement under the provisions;

(d)

A descriptive summary of the procurement procedure the state contracting agency used to conduct the procurement, noting whether the procedure was competitive or not and listing the number of bids or proposals the state contracting agency received if the procedure was competitive;

(e)

The contract price or estimated contract price for each contract the state contracting agency awarded under the provisions; and

(f)

A summary of the protests or other responses the state contracting agency received in response to the decision to conduct the procurement under the provisions, and a summary of the disposition of the protests or other responses.

(2)

A state contracting agency subject to the authority of the department under ORS 279A.050 (Procurement authority) (2) and (7) shall maintain records that enable the state contracting agency to calculate or otherwise determine and provide to the department the information described in subsection (1) of this section. The state contracting agency shall maintain the records for the purposes described under this section and may not use the information for evaluating proposals or invitations to bid that the state contracting agency receives in response to a solicitation for a procurement.

(3)

This section does not apply to the Secretary of State or the State Treasurer. [2012 c.53 §4]

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