La. Admin. Code tit. 34, § I-5511 - Procedures for the Procurement of Information Technology Software Support Services

A. This Section will describe the procedures that all agencies in the executive branch must follow when seeking to acquire information technology software support services.
B. For purposes of this Section, information technology software support services include capacity planning, performance analysis, on-site troubleshooting, custom modifications, etc.
C. Procurements for information technology software support services under $50,000 may be handled non-competitively and are deemed to have the advance approval of the Office of State Purchasing. The Office of State Purchasing will assist any agency in the negotiation of contract agreements and any other procurement related functions.
D. Procurements shall not be artificially divided to circumvent the $50,000 threshold.
E. Information technology software support services of $50,000 or greater must be procured using the Consulting and Support Services Agreement (CSSA) or the request for proposal (RFP) process in accordance with R.S. 39:1481 et seq. (Office of Contractual Review).
F. Information technology software support services of $100,000 or greater must have been included in an approved IT-10 from the Office of Information Technology.
G. It is the state's intent to compete information technology software support services with a total cost of $50,000 or greater whenever possible.

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La. Admin. Code tit. 34, § I-5511
Promulgated by the Office of the Governor, Division of Administration, LR 10:77 (February 1984), amended by the Office of the Governor, Division of Administration, Office of State Purchasing, LR 21:566 (June 1995), LR 29:2379 (November 2003).
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 39:199.D.

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