Alaska Statutes.
Title 36. Public Contracts
Chapter 30. State Procurement Code
Section 110. Invitation to Bid.
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AS 36.30.110. Invitation to Bid.

(a) When competitive sealed bidding is used, the procurement officer shall issue an invitation to bid. It must include a time, place, and date by which the bid must be received, purchase description, and a description of all contractual terms and conditions applicable to the procurement.

(b) The bidder must have a valid Alaska business license at the time designated in the invitation to bid for bid opening. A bidder for a construction contract shall also submit evidence of the bidder's registration under AS 08.18.

(c) If the commissioner of transportation and public facilities makes a written finding that the release of the estimated cost of a construction contract would adversely affect the state's ability to obtain the best competitive bid, the estimated cost is confidential information and may not be released to the public before bid opening.

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