La. Admin. Code tit. 34, § V-3103 - Definitions [Formerly LAC 34:V.3101]

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

Aggrieved Person-a person who files a written protest in connection with the solicitation or award or the issuance of a written notice of intent to award a contract under the Louisiana Procurement Code and has or may have a pecuniary or other property interest in the award of the contract.

Candidate for Suspension or Debarment-a candidate for suspension or debarment is a person, who in the opinion of the chief procurement officer has committed an action giving cause for suspension or debarment pursuant to R.S. 39:1672.C.

Commissioner-the commissioner of the Division of Administration.

Contractor-a person who has been awarded a contract.

Hearing Officer-the chief procurement officer or his designee who shall exercise such authority as is granted for the conduct of protests in accordance with the provisions of the Louisiana Procurement Code [title 39:1551 et seq., section 1671(B)].

Interested Person-any person who has submitted a bid in response to an invitation to bid, a request for proposals, or other solicitation issued under the Louisiana procurement code who has or may have a pecuniary or other property interest which may be affected by a determination made in a protest hearing.

Party-as used herein, unless the content clearly indicates otherwise, is either a contractor or a candidate for suspension or debarment or both.

Notes

La. Admin. Code tit. 34, § V-3103
Promulgated by the Office of the Governor, Division of Administration, Office of the Commissioner, LR 9:210 (April 1983), amended LR 23:67 (January 1997), repromulgated LR 40:1366 (July 2014), Amended LR 40:2546 (12/1/2014), Repromulgated by the Office of the Governor, Division of Administration, Office of State Procurement, LR 411671 (9/1/2015), Amended LR 44769 (4/1/2018), Repromulgated LR 47589 (5/1/2021).
AUTHORITY NOTE: Promulgated in accordance with R.S. 39:1581.

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