Competitive Bidding Sample Clauses

Competitive Bidding. The Design Professional shall ensure that any plans and specifications prepared, required, or recommended under this Agreement allow for competitive bidding. The Design Professional shall design such plans or specifications so that procurement of services, labor or materials are not available from only one source, and shall not design plans and specifications around a single or specific product, piece of major equipment or machinery, a specific patented design, or a proprietary process, unless required by principles of sound engineering practice and supported by a written justification that has been approved in writing by the City. The Design Professional shall submit this written justification to the City prior to beginning work on such plans or specifications. Whenever the Design Professional recommends a specific product or equipment for competitive procurement, such recommendation shall include at least two brand names of products that are capable of meeting the functional requirements applicable to the Project.
Competitive Bidding. All contracts for repairs, capital improvements, goods and services will be awarded at no higher than prevailing market rates and, as to amounts exceeding $5,000, will (unless otherwise required or permitted by Owner) be awarded on the basis of competitive bidding conducted in a manner satisfactory to Owner and in accordance with the Approved Annual Business Plan.
Competitive Bidding. State agencies are bound to comply with competitive bidding requirements under Tennessee Law. Therefore, if the University determines that it needs a particular service, it may be required to competitively bid for that service, and cannot agree to a non-compete clause that prohibits such bidding.
Competitive Bidding. Section 1.3.1 For each project identified and funded by the Department to be competed among contractors that entered into a Basic Ordering Agreement (“BOA”) pursuant to the RFQuals, the Department will develop a scope of work. The scope of work will be issued to three (3) or more of the contractors via a Request for Task Order Proposals (“RFTOP”), and in most cases, each of those contractors will be provided with an opportunity to walk the project with the Department’s representatives in order to better understand and clarify the required work.
Competitive Bidding. 3.9.1. Contractor shall subcontract work through a competitive bidding process, as further described below, for one hundred percent of the Direct Construction Costs and those biddable elements of the General Conditions required for construction of the Project. Contractor may request in writing a waiver of the competitive bidding process for a particular incidental work items or type of trade. Contract Administrator may, at its sole discretion and based upon adequate and sufficient justification, waive the competitive bidding requirement for that particular incidental work item or type of trade. In the event of Contract Administrator’s waiver of bidding, Contractor shall provide evidence of the process used to establish pricing for the subject items of incidental work or type of trade upon Contract Administrator’s request.
Competitive Bidding. To the extent required by law, all Trade Contracts shall be let after competitive bidding. In the event the total amount of the lowest responsive and responsible bids received by the District for construction of the Project, plus the total amount of any District- approved allowance(s) for deferred bidding of any Project Component(s) and other anticipated construction costs, exceeds the Project Construction Budget, the District may: (i) within a reasonable time, authorize rebidding of the Project or any Project Components; (ii) require revisions to the scope of the Project or any Project Component, or to the scope of any Trade Contract; or (iii)
Competitive Bidding. If the purchase of supplies and equipment has been authorized in this Agreement, the Contractor shall procure all such items at the lowest practicable cost and shall purchase all non-expendable items costing $1,000 or more and having a useful life of more than one year, through a generally accepted and reasonable competitive bidding process. Any procurement in violation of this provision shall be considered a financial audit exception. The Contractor shall expend City funds in a manner that would serve the public interest and honor the public trust.