La. Admin. Code tit. 34, § V-1103 - Definition of Emergency Conditions

Current through Register Vol. 48, No. 3, March 20, 2022

A. An emergency condition is a situation which creates a threat to public health, welfare, safety, or public property such as may arise by reason of floods, epidemics, riots, equipment failures, or such other reason as may be proclaimed by the chief procurement officer. The existence of such condition creates an immediate and serious need for supplies, services, major repairs, or professional, personal, consulting or social services that cannot be met through normal procurement methods and the lack of which would seriously threaten:
1. the functioning of Louisiana government;
2. the preservation or protection of property; or
3. the health or safety of any person.

Notes

La. Admin. Code tit. 34, § V-1103
Promulgated by the Office of the Governor, Division of Administration, Office of State Purchasing, LR 8:332 (July 1982), amended LR 21:566 (June 1995), repromulgated LR 40:1356 (July 2014), Amended by the Office of the Governor, Division of Administration, Office of State Procurement, LR 47582 (5/1/2021).
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 39:1581.

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