(1) A protest regarding the procurement process, the contents of solicitation documents
or the award or proposed award of an original contract may be directed only to the
administering contracting agency. The protest must be in accordance with the provisions of ORS 279B.400 to 279B.425.
(2) A protest regarding the use of a cooperative procurement by a purchasing contracting
agency after the execution of an original contract may be directed only to the purchasing
contracting agency. The protest must be in accordance with the provisions of ORS 279B.400 to 279B.425 and is limited in scope to the purchasing contracting agency's authority to enter
into a cooperative procurement contract.
(3) The decision of a local contracting agency to use a cooperative procurement is
reviewable in the circuit court of the county where the principal offices of the local
contracting agency are located. The decision of a state contracting agency to use a cooperative procurement shall
be reviewable by the Circuit Court for Marion County or the circuit court of the county
where the principal offices of the state contracting agency are located.
(4) Disputes regarding contract performance between a purchasing contracting agency
and a contractor may be resolved solely by the purchasing contracting agency and the
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