90-668 C.M.R. ch. 2, § 3 - LETTER OF INTENT
An entity that intends to submit an application in response to an RFP must file a Letter of Intent with the Commission not later than 15 days after the RFP is issued. The Letter of Intent must specify:
A Letter of Intent does not obligate the entity to file an application, but failure to file a Letter of Intent makes an entity ineligible to file an application. The Letter of Intent is part of the record of any application filed pursuant to the Letter of Intent, although submission of the letter does not constitute the filing of an application. Any variance between the Letter of Intent and the application must be explained in the application.
The Commission shall acknowledge receipt of properly-filed Letters of Intent and shall post all such letters on the Commission's Website.
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