Quasi-public Agency definition

Quasi-public Agency means Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, the Connecticut Health and Education Facilities Authority, the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority, the Connecticut Student Loan Foundation, the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority, the State Housing Authority, the Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority, the Capital Region Development Authority, the Connecticut Lottery Corporation, the Connecticut Airport Authority, the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange, the Connecticut Green Bank, the Connecticut Retirement Security Authority, the Connecticut Port Authority and the State Education Resource Center.

Examples of Quasi-public Agency in a sentence

  • Such officer shall submit the affidavit to the contracting State Agency or Quasi-public Agency prior to, in the case of an RFP, executing a negotiated contract or prior to, in the case of an ITB, the award and acceptance of a contract.

  • The SEEC may recommend that the State Agency or Quasi-public Agency make a determination that the Contractor is not responsible.

  • If the Contractor or Prospective State Contractor fail to submit and deliver the appropriately completed form by its due date, then the SEEC shall notify the State Agency or Quasi-public Agency and the Contractor of the failure in writing.

  • If the Contractor fails to submit and deliver the Principals list form timely three times in any 12-month period, then the SEEC may recommend to the State Agency or Quasi-public Agency that it take these failures into account for purposes of evaluating the Contractor’s responsibility in future procurements.

  • The State Agency or Quasi-public Agency shall then review all relevant information and determine whether such failure constitutes a breach of this Contract.


More Definitions of Quasi-public Agency

Quasi-public Agency means an agency that provides public services and is under private ownership or control.
Quasi-public Agency means a nongovernmental authority that:
Quasi-public Agency means quasi-public agency, as defined in section 1-79.
Quasi-public Agency means an agency that provides public services and is under private owner- ship or control.
Quasi-public Agency means Connecticut Innovations,
Quasi-public Agency means the Connecticut Development Authority, Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, Connecticut Health and Education
Quasi-public Agency means a publicly chartered body that provides a public service and is controlled by a government appointed board.