Specifications. All specifications shall be drafted so as to promote overall economy for the purposes intended and encourage competition in satisfying the city's needs, and shall not be unduly restrictive. Brand name or equal specifications may be used when the Chief Procurement Officer determines that the use of a brand name or equal specification is in the city's best interests. The Chief Procurement Officer shall develop administrative procedures more specifically outlining the manner in which specifications shall be developed, said procedures to comply with city code and state law.
('76 Code, § 3-8-4) (Ord. 903, passed 7-23-92; Am. Ord. 1005, passed 3-28-96; Am. Ord. 1126, passed 2-8-01; Am. Ord. 2008-012, passed 6-12-08; Am. Ord. 2016-008, passed 12-8-16)