Connecticut Law
Title 4e State Contracting


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Connecticut Laws | Title 4e State Contracting

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CHAPTER 62 STATE CONTRACTING STANDARDS BOARD

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Sec. 4e-1. Definitions.

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Sec. 4e-2. State Contracting Standards Board. Established. Members. Chairperson. Executive director. Chief Procurement Officer. Duties. Prohibited activities of employees. Rules of the board. Quorum.

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Sec. 4e-3. Exercise of rights, powers, duties and authority relating to the procurement policies of the state by the board.

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Sec. 4e-4. Authority and responsibilities of the board with respect to procurements by state contracting agencies.

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Sec. 4e-5. Appointment of agency procurement officers. Responsibilities. State procurement and project management education and training program. Regulations.

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Sec. 4e-6. (Note: This section is effective October 1, 2011.) Triennial audits of state contracting agencies. Compliance report.

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Sec. 4e-7. (Note: This section is effective October 1, 2011.) Review, termination or recommendation to terminate contract or procurement agreement by the board. Requirements. Restriction or termination of state contracting agency authority to enter contracts or procurement agreements.

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Sec. 4e-8. Contracting Standards Advisory Council. Established. Duties.

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Sec. 4e-9. Vendor and Citizen Advisory Panel. Established. Duties.

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Sec. 4e-10. Submission of legislation by board to the Governor and General Assembly.

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Sec. 4e-11. Adoption of procurement codes by constitutional officers. Deadline.

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Sec. 4e-12. Procurement codes for legislative and judicial branches. Requirements.

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Sec. 4e-13. State Contracting Portal. Requirements. Posting of bids, requests for proposals and resulting contracts on portal.

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Sec. 4e-14. Requirements for contracts taking effect on or after June 1, 2010.

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Sec. 4e-15. Requirements of janitorial work pilot program for persons with disability and persons with a disadvantage unaffected by certain state contracting provisions.

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Sec. 4e-16. Privatization contracts. Cost-benefit analysis. Business case. Privatization contract committee. Certain privatization contracts to be approved by the General Assembly. Motion for order to show cause. Exceptions.

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Sec. 4e-17. Application of privatization and contracting provisions, generally.

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Sec. 4e-18. Acquisition of supplies, materials, equipment or contractual services. Requisition system.

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Sec. 4e-19. Methods for the award of contracts for supplies, materials, equipment and contractual services by state contracting agencies. Regulations.

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Sec. 4e-20. Regulations for issuing invitations for bids. Regulations for award of certain contracts and purchase orders by a method of source selection other than competitive sealed bidding.

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Sec. 4e-21. Regulations for small purchase procedures for procurements that do not exceed fifty thousand dollars. Artificial division of procurement requirements. Certain minor, nonrecurring or emergency purchases.

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Sec. 4e-22. Regulations for the award of a contract for a supply, service or construction item without competition.

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Sec. 4e-23. Regulations for the waiver of competitive bid or proposal requirements.

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Sec. 4e-24. Regulations for emergency procurements when a threat to public health, welfare or safety exists.

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Sec. 4e-25. Request for factual information reasonably available to bidder or proposer.

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Sec. 4e-26. Regulations for the establishment of standards for the preparation, maintenance and content of specifications for supplies, services and construction.

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Sec. 4e-27. Regulations for the use of cost-reimbursement contracts.

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Sec. 4e-28. Regulations concerning the submission of accounting system documentation by contractors to state contracting agencies.

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Sec. 4e-29. Inspection of contractor's or subcontractor's plant or place of business by state contracting agency.

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Sec. 4e-30. Audit of contractor's or subcontractor's books and records by state contracting agency.

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Sec. 4e-31. Notice of suspected collusion or other anticompetitive practice to the Attorney General.

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Sec. 4e-32. Retention and disposal of procurement records by state contracting agencies.

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Sec. 4e-33. Record of contracts awarded for certain small purchases, minor, nonrecurring or emergency purchases and under waiver of competitive bid or proposal requirements.

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Sec. 4e-34. Disqualification of contractor, bidder or proposer by State Contracting Standards Board. Causes for disqualification.

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Sec. 4e-35. Suspension of contractor, bidder or proposer by department head of state contracting agency. Causes for suspension.

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Sec. 4e-36. Contest of the solicitation or award of a contract by bidder or proposer.

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Sec. 4e-37. Contractor's, bidder's or proposer's appeal of suspension decision issued by department head.

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Sec. 4e-38. Issuance of decision on appeal by board.

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Sec. 4e-39. Determination by board of violation of law in solicitation or proposed award of a contract prior to award. Options.

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Sec. 4e-40. Determination of violation of law in solicitation or award of contract after award. Options.

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Sec. 4e-41. Regulations concerning the procurement of architectural and engineering services.

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Sec. 4e-42. Regulations concerning bid security for certain competitive sealed bidding.

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Sec. 4e-43. Regulations concerning errors and omissions insurance.

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Sec. 4e-44. Regulations concerning the procurement of consultant services.

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Sec. 4e-45. Regulations concerning infrastructure facilities.

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Sec. 4e-46. Regulations for contract modifications, change orders and price adjustments for construction contracts in excess of fifty thousand dollars.

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Sec. 4e-47. Regulations concerning application of certain contracting statutes to each constituent unit of the state system of higher education.

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Sec. 4e-48. Reciprocal preference provision in award of state contracts. Definitions. Application of provision. List of states with in-state preference published by the State Contracting Standards Board.

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Sec. 4e-49. Regulations concerning contracting procedures for the Metropolitan District of Hartford County.

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Sec. 4e-50. Contracts for environmental remediation of brownfields.

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