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Criteria for a determination of an unsatisfactory record of integrity and judgment.

(1) The following deficiencies may be cause for a determination that an unsatisfactory record of integrity and judgment exists:
(a) Conviction of the firm or its principals of violating a federal or state antitrust law by bid-rigging, collusion, or restraint of competition between bidders; or conviction of violating any other federal or state law related to bidding or contract performance; or
(b) Knowingly concealing any deficiency in the performance of a prior contract; or
(c) Falsification of information or submission of deceptive or fraudulent statements in connection with prequalification, bidding, performance of a contract, or in legal proceedings; or
(d) Debarment of the contractor by a federal or state agency; or
(e) Willful disregard for applicable laws, rules or regulations.
(2) Only such data relating to subsection (1)(a) through (e) of this section having taken place within three years next preceding the date of the most recently submitted standard questionnaire may be used for the purpose of this section.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 47.01.101, 47.28.030 and 47.28.070. WSR 93-03-020 (Order 134), § 468-16-050, filed 1/12/93, effective 2/12/93; WSR 91-04-014 (Order 128), § 468-16-050, filed 1/28/91, effective 2/28/91.]
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