Alaska Statutes.
Title 36. Public Contracts
Chapter 30. State Procurement Code
Section 332. Classification of Alaska Products.
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AS 36.30.332. Classification of Alaska Products.

(a) The commissioner of commerce, community, and economic development shall adopt regulations establishing the value added in the state for materials and supplies produced or manufactured in the state that are used in a state procurement and establishing whether a product qualifies as a recycled Alaska product. The commissioner shall publish a list of the products annually. A supplier may request inclusion of its product on the appropriate list.

(b) Materials and supplies with value added in the state that are

(1) more than 25 percent and less than 50 percent produced or manufactured in the state are Class I products;

(2) 50 percent or more and less than 75 percent produced or manufactured in the state are Class II products; and

(3) 75 percent or more produced or manufactured in the state are Class III products.

(c) In a bid or proposal evaluation a

(1) Class I product is given a three percent preference;

(2) Class II product is given a five percent preference;

(3) Class III product is given a seven percent preference.

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