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(a) Notification to the County Attorney. When for any reason collusion is suspected among any bidders or offerors, a written notice of such suspicion must be transmitted by the Director to the County Attorney.
(b) Retention of all documents. All documents involved in any procurement in which collusion is suspected must be retained until the County Attorney gives notice that they may be destroyed. All retained documents must be made available to the County Attorney or designee upon request. (1994 L.M.C., ch. 30, § 1.)
Editor’s note—See County Attorney Opinion dated 6/14/05 discussing the effect of potential collusion among bidders for rental car contracts.