Alaska Statutes.
Title 36. Public Contracts
Chapter 30. State Procurement Code
Section 585. Protest Remedies.
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AS 36.30.585. Protest Remedies.

(a) If the procurement officer sustains a protest in whole or in part, the procurement officer shall implement an appropriate remedy.

(b) In determining an appropriate remedy, the procurement officer shall consider the circumstances surrounding the solicitation or procurement including the seriousness of the procurement deficiencies, the degree of prejudice to other interested parties or to the integrity of the procurement system, the good faith of the parties, the extent the procurement has been accomplished, costs to the agency and other impacts on the agency of a proposed remedy, and the urgency of the procurement to the welfare of the state.

(c) Notwithstanding (a) and (b) of this section, if a protest is sustained in whole or part, the protester's damages are limited to reasonable bid or proposal preparation costs.

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