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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Agency 85. University of Virginia
4/19/2019

Chapter 10. Medical Center Procurement GuidelinesRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
General provisions
Section 30
Continued applicability of other Board of Visitors' policies affecting procurements and capital projects
Section 40
Scope and purpose of Medical Center procurement guidelines
Section 50
General competitive principles
Section 60
Access to records
Section 70
Training; ethics in contracting
Section 80
Procurements may serve Medical Center and other university needs
Section 90
Cooperative procurements and alliances
Section 100
Exemption for contracts entered into pursuant to §23-77.3 of the Code of Virginia
Section 110
Code of Virginia provisions still applicable to Medical Center procurements
Section 120
Adoption and effective dates of implementing procedures and interim implementing procedures
Section 130
Protests, appeals and debarment
Section 140
Prompt payment of contractors and subcontractors
Section 150
Types of procurements
Section 160
Approval and public notice of procurements
Section 170
Administration of contracts
Section 180
Nondiscrimination
Section 190
Severability
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