Sec. 9. (a) Offerors must be accorded fair and equal treatment with respect to any opportunity
for discussion and revisions of proposals.
(b) In conducting discussions with an offeror, information derived from proposals
submitted by competing offerors may be used in discussion only if the identity of
the offeror providing the information is not disclosed to others. The purchasing agency must provide equivalent information to all offerors with which
the purchasing agency chooses to have discussions.
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