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(a) As used in this subchapter, “final business closure order” means a business closure order for which a contractor has either:
(1) Waived further administrative review under § 26-18-1001 et seq.; or
(2) Exhausted all remedies to appeal under § 26-18-1001 et seq.
(b) The Revenue Division shall provide to the Office of State Procurement all final business closure orders entered into against a contractor.
(c) Upon receipt of a final business closure order, the office shall, as soon as reasonably practicable:
(1) Notify each state agency with which the contractor has a contract that the:
(A) Contractor is subject to a final business closure order; and
(B) Provision of any goods or services, or both, under a contract with the contractor that is subject to a final business closure order shall cease as soon as reasonably practicable; and
(2) Notify all state agencies that the contractor that is subject to a final business closure order shall not be awarded or maintain a contract with a state agency unless the office provides notice under subsection (d) of this section.
(d) Upon receipt of information that a contractor has resolved a business closure, the office shall notify all state agencies, as soon as reasonably practicable, that:
(1) Any unexpired contracts with the contractor may continue if the contract was not terminated, cancelled, suspended, or discontinued; and
(2) The contractor may be awarded or maintain a contract with a state agency.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Code Title 19. Public Finance § 19-11-281. Cancellation of contract on entry of final business closure order - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-19-public-finance/ar-code-sect-19-11-281.html
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