Chapter 102 - RULES REGARDING DEBARMENT OF CONTRACTORS

  1. § 229-102-01 - DEFINITIONS
  2. § 229-102-02 - AUTHORITY FOR DEBARMENT
  3. § 229-102-03 - NOTIFICATION AND RIGHT TO HEARING
  4. § 229-102-04 - TERMS OF DEBARMENT
  5. § 229-102-05 - AFFIRMATIVE DUTY TO NOTIFY THE DEPARTMENT
  6. § 229-102-06 - OBLIGATIONS OF A DEBARRED PERSON
  7. § 229-102-07 - EFFECTS OF DEBARMENT

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

SUMMARY: Chapter 102 sets forth the rules used by the Department of Transportation for considering debarment of contractors.

BASIS STATEMENT

This rule was enacted to protect public funds from contractors who have engaged or are engaged in anti-trust, collusive and other irresponsible activities. A public hearing was held on July 31, 1985 at the Department of Transportation. The only comment recommending any changes to this rule was to add the word "knowingly" as the first word of Section 102.02(D). The Commissioner has determined that this change is not advisable, since the addition of the word would render this section unenforceable.

The Commissioner determined that this rule would not have significant economic impacts on a substantial number of small entities in accordance with Executive Order 12 FY 84/85.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE: October 2, 1985
EFFECTIVE DATE (ELECTRONIC CONVERSION): April 24, 1996

AUTHORITY: 23 M.R.S.A. §§4204, 4206

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