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14.28.08.00.htm 14.28.08.00. Title 14 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES Subtitle 28 CANAL PLACE PRESERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY Chapter 08 Procurement Authority: Financial Institutions Article, §13-1008(4) Annotated Code of Maryland
14.28.08.01.htm 14.28.08.01. 01 Policy.. It is the policy of the Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority to procure supplies, services, and construction in a cost-effective manner consistent with the best interests of the Authority, its vendors, and the general public.
14.28.08.02.htm 14.28.08.02. 02 Scope and General Provisions.. A. This chapter does not apply to:. 1) Reimbursement contracts for which user eligibility and cost are set by law or by rules and regulations;2) Collective bargaining agreements with employee organizations (labor contracts). 3) Acquisition of real property or a permanent or temporary interest in real property;. 4) Procurements with an agency or unit of the federal government, a State agency or unit, an agency or unit of a local jurisd
14.28.08.03.htm 14.28.08.03. 03 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Authority" means the Canal Place Preservation and Development Authority.. 2) "Award" means the decision by the Authority to execute a procurement contract.. 3) "Bid" means a statement of price, terms of sale, and description of supplies, services, or construction offered by a bidder in response to an invit4) "Bidder" means a person who submits a bid to the Authority..
14.28.08.04.htm 14.28.08.04. 04 Contract Approval Authority.. A. Contract Approval. The authority to approve a procurement contract for the Authority, subject to the requirement of §B of this regulation, rests with:1) The Executive Director for a procurement contract that is less than or equal to $50,000; and. 2) The Membership of the Authority for a procurement contract that exceeds $50,000.. B. If the Authority estimates that a solicitation will result in the award of a procurement contract
14.28.08.05.htm 14.28.08.05. 05 Determinations.. A determination required by this chapter shall be in writing and shall be retained by the Authority for not less than 3 years from the date of the determination.
14.28.08.06.htm 14.28.08.06. 06 Methods of Procurement, Source Selection, and Solicitation.. A. Authorized Methods of Procurement. All procurement contracts entered into by the Authority shall be awarded by one of the following procurement methods:1) Competitive sealed bidding in accordance with Regulation .07 of this chapter;. 2) Competitive sealed proposals in accordance with Regulation .08 of this chapter;. 3) Negotiated award after unsatisfactory competitive sealed bidding in accordance with Regulation .0
14.28.08.07.htm 14.28.08.07. 07 Procurement by Competitive Sealed Bidding.. A. Invitations for Bids. The Authority shall initiate a procurement by competitive sealed bidding by issuing an invitation for bids that includes:1) The procurement specifications;. 2) A bid form;. 3) A statement to be executed by the bidder that the bidder agrees to all terms, conditions, and provisions of, and any amendments to, the invitation for bids;4) Instructions on bid submission requirements, including the due date and
14.28.08.08.htm 14.28.08.08. 08 Procurement by Competitive Sealed Proposals.. A. Request for Proposals. The Authority shall initiate a procurement by competitive sealed proposals by issuing a request for proposals that includes:1) Information concerning proposal submission requirements, including the date, time, and place for submission of proposals;2) Evaluation factors and the relative importance of each;. 3) A statement of the required scope of work or scope of services and performance schedule; and.
14.28.08.09.htm 14.28.08.09. 09 Sole Source Procurement.. A. Applicability. The Authority may award a procurement contract to a sole source without competition:1) When a requirement is available from only a single source or vendor; or. 2) To retain confidential services:. a) To advise the Authority in connection with threatened or pending litigation; or. b) For the appraisal of real property contemplated for acquisition by the Authority.. B. Determination. A determination to make a procur
14.28.08.10.htm 14.28.08.10. 10 Emergency Procurement.. A. Applicability. The Authority may award a contract by emergency procurement when:. 1) There occurs a sudden and unexpected event or condition that the Authority did not reasonably foresee; and2) Due to the constraints of time, procurement by other than competitive sealed bidding or competitive sealed proposals is necessary to avoid or mitigate damage to the environment or to public health, safety, or welfare.B. Determination. The det
14.28.08.11.htm 14.28.08.11. 11 Contract Award and Formation.. A. The Authority shall award a procurement contract only to an offeror or bidder who is responsible and responsive, as determined by the Executive Director.B. The Executive Director may determine that a bidder or offeror is not responsible if the Executive Director finds that the bidder or offeror:1) Unreasonably failed to promptly supply information requested by the Authority in connection with a determination of respon2) Does not have the:.
14.28.08.12.htm 14.28.08.12. 12 Cancellation of Solicitations and Rejection of Bids and Proposals.. A. The Authority may cancel a solicitation in whole or in part before opening of bids or proposals when, in the determination of the Executive Director, cancellation is in the best interests of the Authority. Bids or proposals shall be returned to the bidders or offerors together with a notice of cancellation.B. After opening of bids or proposals, the Authority may reject all bids or proposals when, in the d
14.28.08.13.htm 14.28.08.13. 13 Disputes.. A dispute that arises in the performance of a procurement contract which is not resolved by agreement of the parties shall be decided in writing by the Executive Director. The decision of the Executive Director is final and conclusive unless, within 10 calendar days of receipt of a copy of the decision, the contractor delivers a written appeal to the Executive Director. In connection with an appeal, the contractor shall be given an opportunity to
14.28.08.14.htm 14.28.08.14. 14 Minority Business Enterprise Policies.. The Authority shall comply with the provisions of State Finance and Procurement Article, Title 14, Subtitle 3, Annotated Code of Maryland, and regulations adopted under those provisions.
14.28.08.9999.htm 14.28.08.9999. Administrative History Effective date: December 18, 1995 (22:25 Md. R. 1964). Regulation .02 amended effective October 23, 2017 (44:21 Md. R. 984). Regulation .02A amended effective June 15, 2009 (36:12 Md. R. 838). Regulation .03B amended effective October 23, 2017 (44:21 Md. R. 984). Regulation .04 amended effective October 23, 2017 (44:21 Md. R. 984). Regulation .04B, C amended effective June 15, 2009 (36:12 Md. R. 838).
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