Pol-Reciprocal Preference for Proposals/Bids

policy reciprocal preference proposals bids modified Fri May 01 2020 13:41:59 GMT-0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)

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OFFICIAL
UNIVERSITY
ADMINISTRATIVE
POLICY

POLICY NAME

Reciprocal Preference for Proposals/Bids

EFFECTIVE DATE

POLICY NUMBER

PUR - 16.00

POLICY APPLICABILITY

This policy applies to University Administrators, Faculty, and Staff.

POLICY STATEMENT

A resident Offeror of the Commonwealth of Kentucky shall be given a preference against a nonresident Offeror.

RELATED INFORMATION

In evaluating proposals, the University will apply a reciprocal preference against an Offeror submitting a proposal from a state that grants residency preference equal to the preference given by the state of the nonresident Offeror.

Any Offeror claiming Kentucky residency status shall submit with its bid/proposal a notarized affidavit (Resident Bidder Claim Form, Qualified Bidder Claim Form) with supporting documentation affirming that it meets the criteria as set for in the above referenced statute.

DEFINITIONS

In accordance with KRS 45A.490 to 45A.494, Kentucky Resident Bidder Status or Qualified Bidder Status

Residency and no residency shall be defined in accordance with KRS 45A.494 (2) and 45A.494 (3), respectively.

ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY

Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer

RESPONSIBLE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT/DIVISION

Sally Molsberger, Director – Procurement Services
Service Complex, University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
502-852-8224
purchase@louisville.edu 

HISTORY

Original Date: Unknown
Revision Date(s):
Reviewed Date(s): 2/14/2020

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