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5.33.150 Joint Cooperative Procurements.

City Code Section

(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 181547 and 185898, effective February 20, 2013.)

A.  A Joint Cooperative Procurement is a Cooperative Procurement in which the governmental bodies or the Cooperative Procurement Group and the bodies’ or Group’s Contract requirements or estimated Contract requirements for Price Agreements are identified in the Solicitation Document.

B.  A Joint Cooperative Procurement is valid only if:

1.  The conditions of Subsection 5.33.140 B. are met; 

2.  The Administering Contracting Agency’s Solicitation and the Original Contract or Price Agreement identifies the Cooperative Procurement group or each participating Purchasing Contracting Agency and specifies the estimated Contract requirements; and

3.  No material change is made in the terms, conditions or prices of the Contract between the Contractor and the Purchasing Contracting Agency from the terms, conditions and prices of the Original Contract between the Contractor and the Administering Contracting Agency.

C.  A Joint Cooperative Procurement may not be a Permissive Cooperative Procurement.