(1) As used in this section, “consultant” means an architect, engineer, photogrammetrist, transportation planner or land surveyor.
(2) A contracting agency may enter into a contract for architectural, engineering,
photogrammetric mapping, transportation planning or land surveying services or related
services directly with a consultant if the project described in the contract consists
of work that has been substantially described, planned or otherwise previously studied
or rendered in an earlier contract with the consultant that was awarded under rules
adopted under ORS 279A.065 and the new contract is a continuation of the project.
(3) A contracting agency may adopt criteria for determining when this section applies
to a contract for architectural, engineering, photogrammetric mapping, transportation
planning or land surveying services or related services.
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