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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 8. Education
Agency 85. University of Virginia
Chapter 10. Medical Center Procurement Guidelines

8VAC85-10-130. Protests, appeals and debarment.

The procedures for procurements other than capital outlay shall include a process or processes for an administrative appeal by vendors, firms or contractors, consisting of a protest to a person designated by the president, and thereafter an appeal to a procurement appeals board appointed by the president. Procurements for capital outlay projects shall include a dispute resolution process which may include an appearance before a person appointed by the president. Protests and appeals may challenge determinations of vendor, firm or contractor nonresponsibility or ineligibility, or award of contracts, provided that such protests and appeals are filed within the times specified by the procedures. Remedies available shall be limited to reversal of the action challenged. The procedures also may establish the basis and process for debarment of any vendor, firm or contractor.

Statutory Authority

§ 23-77.4 of the Code of the Virginia (Chapters 933 and 995 of 1996 Virginia Acts of Assembly).

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 12, Issue 21, eff. July 1, 1996.

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