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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 1. Administration
Agency 30. Department Of General Services
Chapter 130. Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual
10/24/2021

1VAC30-130-10. Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual (filed by description with the Registrar of Regulations).

Description: The Agency Procurement and Surplus Property Manual is published under the authority of § 2.2-1111 of the Code of Virginia, and sets forth the policies and procedures to be followed by state agencies and institutions in fulfilling procurement responsibilities within their delegated limits. In addition, the Division of Purchases and Supply of the Department of General Services may from time to time issue directives or memoranda which are effective until included in a revision to the manual or rescinded. The September 15, 1998, edition supersedes all previous editions and changes thereto.

The document is available for inspection at the following location:

Department of General Services

Division of Purchases and Supply

1111 E. Broad Street, 6th Floor

Richmond, VA 23219

Statutory Authority

§ 2.2-1111 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR330-04-01, eff. August 17, 1994; amended, Virginia Register Volume 15, Issue 1, eff. September 15, 1998.

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