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House Bill 1080


House Bill 1080

ARCHIVE (2004)

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DIGEST OF HB1080 (Updated March 2, 2004 4:34 pm - DI 84)


Indiana business purchasing preferences. Provides a price preference to Indiana businesses for public works and procurement contracts awarded by the state. Provides that the preference ranges from 1% to 5%, depending on the estimated cost of the purchase. Provides that this preference does not apply to the detriment of a business from a state bordering Indiana, if the bordering state does not provide purchasing preferences to its businesses more favorable than preferences provided to Indiana businesses by Indiana law. Requires a business claiming the preference to provide certain information to substantiate that the business is an Indiana business. Requires the department of administration to submit a report to the legislative council relating to the operation of the preference not later than September 1, 2008. Provides for expiration of the preference on July 1, 2009. Provides that if a governmental body adopts a retaliatory purchasing preference, the preference may not apply to the detriment of the businesses of a bordering state if the bordering state does not provide purchasing preferences to its businesses more favorable than preferences provided to Indiana businesses by Indiana law. Provides that to be considered responsible, an offeror for a purchase by the state that is required to register with the secretary of state must have registered at least 45 days before the solicitation for the purchase is issued.
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