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  50.783.  Waiver of competitive bid requirements, when — rescission of waiver, when — single feasible source purchases — exception for Boone and Greene counties. — 1.  The county commission may waive the requirement of competitive bids or proposals for supplies when the commission has determined in writing and entered into the commission minutes that there is only a single feasible source for the supplies.  Immediately upon discovering that other feasible sources exist, the commission shall rescind the waiver and proceed to procure the supplies through the competitive processes as described in this chapter.  A single feasible source exists when:

  (1)  Supplies are proprietary and only available from the manufacturer or a single distributor; or

  (2)  Based on past procurement experience, it is determined that only one distributor services the region in which the supplies are needed; or

  (3)  Supplies are available at a discount from a single distributor for a limited period of time.

  2.  On any single feasible source purchase where the estimated expenditure is three thousand dollars or over, the commission shall post notice of the proposed purchase.  Where the estimated expenditure is five thousand dollars or over, the commission shall also advertise the commission's intent to make such purchase in at least one daily and one weekly newspaper of general circulation in such places as are most likely to reach prospective bidders or offerors and may provide such information through an electronic medium available to the general public at least ten days before the contract is to be let.

  3.  Notwithstanding subsection 2 of this section to the contrary, on any single feasible service purchase by any county of the first classification with more than one hundred fifty thousand but fewer than two hundred thousand inhabitants or any county of the first classification with more than two hundred sixty thousand but fewer than three hundred thousand inhabitants where the estimated expenditure is six thousand dollars or over, the commission shall post notice of the proposed purchase and advertise the commission's intent to make such purchase in at least one daily and one weekly newspaper of general circulation in such places as are most likely to reach prospective bidders or offerors and may provide such information through an electronic medium available to the general public at least ten days before the contract is to be let.

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(L. 2005 H.B. 58, A.L. 2012 S.B. 729)


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