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Article - State Finance and Procurement


    (a)    Within 60 days after the end of each fiscal year, each primary procurement unit shall submit to the Chief Procurement Officer a report on each procurement contract that was awarded during the preceding fiscal year, whether the procurement was conducted by the primary procurement unit or subject to review by the primary procurement unit, and:

        (1)    was exempt from the notice requirements of § 13–103(c) of this article because the procurement officer reasonably expected that the procurement contract would be performed entirely outside this State and the District of Columbia;

        (2)    cost more than $100,000 and was awarded for the procurement of services, construction related services, architectural services, or engineering services; or

        (3)    was awarded on the basis of:

            (i)    § 13–107 of this article (“Sole source procurement”);

            (ii)    § 13–108(a) of this article (“Emergency procurement”); or

            (iii)    § 13–108(c) of this article (“Expedited procurement”).

    (b)    (1)    A report required under subsection (a)(2) or (3) of this section shall include:

            (i)    the name of each contractor;

            (ii)    the type and cost of the procurement contract; and

            (iii)    a description of the procurement.

        (2)    A report required under subsection (a)(3) of this section shall include:

            (i)    a description of the basis for the award;

            (ii)    the identity of the department or agency that awarded the contract;

            (iii)    the identity of any agency official required to authorize the contract for award;

            (iv)    the award date of the procurement contract and the final date of the contract term;

            (v)    the date the contract award was posted to eMaryland Marketplace; and

            (vi)    for procurements awarded under § 13–108(b) of this article (“Emergency procurement”):

                1.    the number of days between the agency declaration of an emergency procurement and the contract award date;

                2.    the date of the emergency declaration for each procurement; and

                3.    for an award that must be reported to the Board, the date the award was reported to the Board.

    (c)    Within 90 days after the end of each fiscal year, the Chief Procurement Officer shall submit to the Governor, the Legislative Policy Committee, the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee, the Senate Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee, the House Appropriations Committee, the House Health and Government Operations Committee, and the Joint Audit and Evaluation Committee a consolidated report that includes each report required under subsection (a) of this section.

    (d)    Within 90 days after the end of each fiscal year, the Department of General Services shall submit to the Board and the General Assembly a report on each class of procurement for which the procedure for noncompetitive negotiated procurement has been approved under § 13–106 of this article.

    (e)    A report to the General Assembly or a committee of the General Assembly under this section is subject to § 2–1257 of the State Government Article.

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