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41-2613. Debarment and suspension of contractors

A. The director shall adopt rules providing for the suspension and debarment of any person from consideration for award of contracts pursuant to this chapter. If there are reasonable grounds for debarment the rules of the director may provide for the suspension of any person for not to exceed six months. A debarment shall not exceed three years.

B. The causes for debarment or suspension include the following:

1. Conviction of any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person for commission of a criminal offense arising out of obtaining or attempting to obtain a public or private contract or subcontract, or in the performance of such contract or subcontract.

2. Conviction of any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person under any statute of the federal government, this state or any other state for embezzlement, theft, fraudulent schemes and artifices, fraudulent schemes and practices, bid rigging, perjury, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, receiving stolen property or any other offense indicating a lack of business integrity or business honesty which affects responsibility as a state contractor.

3. Conviction or civil judgment finding a violation by any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person under state or federal antitrust statutes.

4. Violations of contract provisions of a character which are deemed to be so serious as to justify debarment action, such as either of the following:

(a) Knowingly fails without good cause to perform in accordance with the specification or within the time limit provided in the contract.

(b) Failure to perform or unsatisfactory performance in accordance with the terms of one or more contracts, except that failure to perform or unsatisfactory performance caused by acts beyond the control of the contractor shall not be considered to be a basis for debarment.

5. Any other cause deemed to affect responsibility as a state contractor, including suspension or debarment of such person or any subsidiary or affiliate of such person by another governmental entity for any cause listed in rules of the director.

C. A written determination to debar or suspend shall be issued pursuant to the rules of the director which shall:

1. State the reasons for the action taken.

2. Inform any debarred or suspended person involved of the right to administrative review as provided in this article.

D. A copy of the decision under subsection C shall be mailed or otherwise furnished to any debarred or suspended person and to any intervening party.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2613

41-2613. Debarment and suspension of contractors

A. The director shall adopt rules providing for the suspension and debarment of any person from consideration for award of contracts pursuant to this chapter. If there are reasonable grounds for debarment the rules of the director may provide for the suspension of any person for not to exceed six months. A debarment shall not exceed three years.

B. The causes for debarment or suspension include the following:

1. Conviction of any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person for commission of a criminal offense arising out of obtaining or attempting to obtain a public or private contract or subcontract, or in the performance of such contract or subcontract.

2. Conviction of any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person under any statute of the federal government, this state or any other state for embezzlement, theft, fraudulent schemes and artifices, fraudulent schemes and practices, bid rigging, perjury, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, receiving stolen property or any other offense indicating a lack of business integrity or business honesty which affects responsibility as a state contractor.

3. Conviction or civil judgment finding a violation by any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person under state or federal antitrust statutes.

4. Violations of contract provisions of a character which are deemed to be so serious as to justify debarment action, such as either of the following:

(a) Knowingly fails without good cause to perform in accordance with the specification or within the time limit provided in the contract.

(b) Failure to perform or unsatisfactory performance in accordance with the terms of one or more contracts, except that failure to perform or unsatisfactory performance caused by acts beyond the control of the contractor shall not be considered to be a basis for debarment.

5. Any other cause deemed to affect responsibility as a state contractor, including suspension or debarment of such person or any subsidiary or affiliate of such person by another governmental entity for any cause listed in rules of the director.

C. A written determination to debar or suspend shall be issued pursuant to the rules of the director which shall:

1. State the reasons for the action taken.

2. Inform any debarred or suspended person involved of the right to administrative review as provided in this article.

D. A copy of the decision under subsection C shall be mailed or otherwise furnished to any debarred or suspended person and to any intervening party.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-2613

41-2613. Debarment and suspension of contractors

A. The director shall adopt rules providing for the suspension and debarment of any person from consideration for award of contracts pursuant to this chapter. If there are reasonable grounds for debarment the rules of the director may provide for the suspension of any person for not to exceed six months. A debarment shall not exceed three years.

B. The causes for debarment or suspension include the following:

1. Conviction of any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person for commission of a criminal offense arising out of obtaining or attempting to obtain a public or private contract or subcontract, or in the performance of such contract or subcontract.

2. Conviction of any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person under any statute of the federal government, this state or any other state for embezzlement, theft, fraudulent schemes and artifices, fraudulent schemes and practices, bid rigging, perjury, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, receiving stolen property or any other offense indicating a lack of business integrity or business honesty which affects responsibility as a state contractor.

3. Conviction or civil judgment finding a violation by any person or any subsidiary or affiliate of any person under state or federal antitrust statutes.

4. Violations of contract provisions of a character which are deemed to be so serious as to justify debarment action, such as either of the following:

(a) Knowingly fails without good cause to perform in accordance with the specification or within the time limit provided in the contract.

(b) Failure to perform or unsatisfactory performance in accordance with the terms of one or more contracts, except that failure to perform or unsatisfactory performance caused by acts beyond the control of the contractor shall not be considered to be a basis for debarment.

5. Any other cause deemed to affect responsibility as a state contractor, including suspension or debarment of such person or any subsidiary or affiliate of such person by another governmental entity for any cause listed in rules of the director.

C. A written determination to debar or suspend shall be issued pursuant to the rules of the director which shall:

1. State the reasons for the action taken.

2. Inform any debarred or suspended person involved of the right to administrative review as provided in this article.

D. A copy of the decision under subsection C shall be mailed or otherwise furnished to any debarred or suspended person and to any intervening party.

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