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PROCEDURE FOR BLACKLISTING

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PROCEDURE FOR BLACKLISTING

Post by monving on Fri May 08, 2015 9:38 am

Stated in the Uniform Guidelines for Blacklisting (5.3), to wit:
"If no request is made, the BAC shall make a determination of the case based on the complaint, answer, documentary evidence submitted and facts verified. If the BAC is convinced that the contractor is at fault, it shall issue a resolution recommending to the head of the agency the suspension of the contractor from participating in any bidding process of the agency and the forfeiture of his bid security."

MY QUESTION IS THIS:
What if the BAC after determination of the case is not convince that the contractor is at fault? What the BAC will do? Is there a need for the BAC to issue a resolution also?

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