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39 APPENDIX CâSTATE BID PROTEST PROCEDURES State Alabama Ala. Admin. Code r. 355-4-1-.04 Alaska 36.30.550 et seq. Arizona 34-603 et seq. (A/E, CM, D/B) 41-1993, 41-2578, 41-2579 Arkansas 19-11-244 California Public Contract Code 10306, 10343, 10376 Colorado 24-109-101 et seq. Connecticut 4-141 (claims vs. state generally) State Selection and Bidding Manual explains a debriefing option (but is silent as to official protests), http://www.ct.gov/dpw/lib/dpw/010m_selection_and_bidding_manual.pdf Delaware 29 Del. Code 6908 et seq. Florida 337.11 (DOT) 120.57 (most agencies) Georgia Georgia Vendor Manual, Â§ 3.8 Georgia Procurement Manual, ch. 9, Â§ 1 Hawaii 103D-0701 et seq. Idaho 67-5733 Illinois 30 Ill. Comp. Stat. 500/20-75 30 Ill. Comp. Stat. 500/15-25 Indiana 4-13-1-18 25 Ind. Admin. Code 2-16-7 and 2-16-8 prequalification appeals 105 Ind. Admin. Code 11-2-9 prequalification appeals Iowa Iowa Code ch. 17A Iowa Admin. Code, Admin. Services Dept., ch. 7 Kansas 75-6907 (enjoin award when bid mistake) Dept. of Admin., Div. of Facilities, http://www.da.ks.gov/fp/contractor/protestpolicy.htm Dept. of Admin., Div. of Purchase, Vendor Protest Policy, http://www.da.ks.gov/purch/forms.htm Kentucky 45A.285 (state) 45A.343 (local) Louisana 39:1671 Maine Title 5, ch. 156, Â§ 1831 Maryland 21.10.02 Massachusetts OIG informal procedures for violations of ch. 30B, http://www.mass.gov/ig/publ/c30bprot.htm Michigan http://www.michigan.gov/buymichiganfirst/0,4541,7-225-48677-20046--,00.html Minnesota 16C.03 (commissioner may adopt rules, but no formal rules adopted) Mississippi 11-51-75 Missouri http://oa.mo.gov/purch/vendorinfo/vendormanual.pdf Montana 18-4-242 http://www.mdt.mt.gov/business/contracting/bidprocedure.shtml Nebraska http://www.das.state.ne.us/materiel/purchasing/vendorinfo.htm Nevada 338.142 New Hampshire 21-I:86 New Jersey 52:27B-56 N.J. Admin. Code 17:12-3.1 et seq. New Mexico 13-1-172 et seq. New York State Finance Law 123-b, 139-j Policy for OSC contracts, http://www.osc.state.ny.us/agencies/gbull/attachments/ contractawardprotestprocedure.pdf
40 North Carolina 143.53 North Dakota 54-44.4-12 Ohio 9.312 Oklahoma Okla. Admin. Code 580:20-1-10.1 Oregon 279B.400 et seq. Pennsylvania Title 62, Â§ 1711.1 Rhode Island 37-2-49 et seq. South Carolina 11-35-4210(1) South Dakota No procedures located Tennessee 12-3-214 Texas Government Code 2155.076 Utah 63G-6-802 Vermont Title 19, Â§ 923 et seq. (Vt. Agency for Transp.) Virginia 2.2-4365 Washington 39.04.105 local West Virginia W.V. Code of State Rules 148-11-14 (D/B) Title 148, Series 1, Â§ 8 (148-1-8) Wisconsin W. Admin. Code 10.15 State Procurement Manual sets forth the appeals process that is to be included in the so- licitation, http://vendornet.state.wi.us/vendornet/procman/proc5.pdf. Wyoming Wyoming Rules, Dept. of Admin., Purchasing Div., ch. 4 As explained in the digest, an attempt has been made to compile a listing of the bid protest procedures for each state. However, each airport must evaluate whether the state procedures actually apply to local air- ports. All references are to state statutes, unless otherwise indicated. A listing of Web site links for state governments, including links to state statutes and state administra- tive codes, can be found at http://www.llsdc.org/state-leg.