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Subject 665-2-2 PROCUREMENT REQUESTS

Rule 665-2-2-.01 Procedure

Agencies shall request procurement action by GTA by means of electronic or written requests.

Rule 665-2-2-.02 Verbal Requests

Verbal requests for procurement activities are not satisfactory substitutes for electronic or written requests except in emergencies. Electronic or written confirmation must follow any such request made in an emergency situation.

Rule 665-2-2-.03 Confidentiality

All information and documentation (verbal and written) relative to development of a contractual document for a proposed procurement shall be deemed confidential in nature, except as deemed necessary by the purchaser to develop a complete contractual document. Such material shall remain confidential until successful completion of the procurement process.