Mich. Admin. Code R. 125.213 - Debarment; causes

Current through Register Vol. 21-17, October 1, 2021

Rule 213. Debarment may be imposed for any of the following causes:

(a) Conviction of a criminal offense, including a conviction for an attempted criminal activity, or civil judgment for an offense or actions involving or indicating dishonesty, false pretense, or misrepresentation. The following list contains examples of the type of offense which may result in debarment:
(i) Fraud.
(ii) Bribery.
(iii) Embezzlement.
(iv) Forgery.
(v) Falsification of documents or records.
(vi) Theft.
(vii) Robbery.
(viii) Larceny.
(ix) Receiving and concealing stolen property.
(x) Obtaining goods, money, or services under false pretenses.
(xi) Negligent misrepresentation.
(xii) Price-fixing.
(xiii) Bid-rigging or other violation of federal or state laws involving the submission of bids or proposals.
(xiv) Violation of other federal or state law involving illegally obtaining or attempting to obtain public or private goods, services, or contracts.
(b) Violation of any federal, state, or authority law, rule, or regulation, whether or not in connection with an authority program or transaction, which indicates dishonesty, lack of business integrity, or willful or repeated failure to perform obligations in a responsible manner.
(c) Violation of any federal, state, or authority law, rule, or regulation, whether as a participant or contractor, in connection with either of the following which indicates a willful or repeated failure to perform obligations in accordance with relevant laws, rules, and regulations:
(i) Application for participation in an authority program or transaction.
(ii) Participation in an authority program or transaction.
(d) Violation of 1 or more contracts or agreements, either public or private, which involves willful or repeated noncompliance with the terms and conditions of the contracts or agreements and which indicates a failure or refusal to perform in a responsible manner.
(e) Debarment or equivalent exclusionary action by a public agency or instrumentality involving substantially the same causes as set forth in this rule.
(f) Loss or suspension of a license or the right to do business or practice a profession, the loss or suspension of which indicates dishonesty, a lack of integrity, or a failure or refusal to perform in accordance with the ethical standards of the business or profession in question.
(g) Violation of federal, state, or local civil rights, equal rights, or nondiscrimination laws, ordinances, rules, or regulations.
(h) Violation of provisions in contracts or agreements concerning nondiscrimination or equal opportunity in employment, housing, or lending.
(i) Violation of law, rule, regulation, or provision of contract or agreement involving conflict of interest or an improper shared identity of interest.
(j) Other events, conduct, or causes serious enough to lead to a determination of dishonesty, a lack of business integrity, or willful or repeated failure to perform obligations in a responsible manner.

Notes

Mich. Admin. Code R. 125.213
1991 AACS

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