00 CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 288(L&C) am S(efd fld S)
01 "An Act relating to procurement preferences and authorizing certain state real
02 property lease extensions."
03 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:
04 * Section 1. AS 23.15.210(9) is amended to read:
05 (9) "public property" means real or personal property owned or leased
06 by the state or federal government, or an agency of the state or federal government,
07 except for ferry terminal facilities or Alaska marine highway vessels;
08 * Sec. 2. AS 36.30.170(b) is amended to read:
09 (b) The procurement officer shall award a contract based on solicited bids to
10 the lowest responsive and responsible bidder after an Alaska bidder preference of five
11 percent, an Alaska products preference as described in AS 36.30.322 - 36.30.338, and
12 a recycled products preference under AS 36.30.339 have been applied. In this
13 subsection, "Alaska bidder" means a person who
14 (1) holds a current Alaska business license;
01 (2) submits a bid for goods, services, or construction under the name
02 as appearing on the person's current Alaska business license;
03 (3) has, for a period of six months immediately preceding the date
04 of the bid, maintained a place of business within the state that offers the supplies,
05 services, or construction of the general nature solicited by the agency and that is
06 staffed by the bidder or an employee of the bidder [FOR A PERIOD OF SIX
07 MONTHS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE DATE OF THE BID];
08 (4) is incorporated or qualified to do business under the laws of the
09 state, is a sole proprietorship and the proprietor is a resident of the state, or is a
10 partnership and all partners are residents of the state; and
11 (5) if a joint venture, is composed entirely of ventures that qualify
12 under (1) - (4) of this subsection.
13 * Sec. 3. AS 36.30.170(e) is amended to read:
14 (e) If a bidder qualifies under (b) of this section as an Alaska bidder, is a
15 qualifying entity [SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP OWNED BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHO
16 IS A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY], and is the lowest responsible and responsive
17 bidder with a bid that is not more than 10 percent higher than the lowest bid, the
18 procurement officer shall award the contract to that bidder. This subsection does not
19 give a bidder who would otherwise qualify for a preference under this subsection a
20 preference over another bidder who would otherwise qualify for a preference under this
21 subsection or (f) of this section. In this subsection, "qualifying entity" means a
22 (1) sole proprietorship owned by a person with a disability;
23 (2) partnership if each of the partners is a person with a disability;
25 (3) corporation that is wholly owned by individuals if each of the
26 individuals is a person with a disability.
27 * Sec. 4. LEASE EXTENSIONS AUTHORIZED. (a) Notwithstanding AS 36.30, the
28 Department of Administration, the University of Alaska, the legislature, and the court system
29 may extend for up to a maximum extension of eight years a real property lease that is entered
30 into under AS 36.30, including procedures and regulations adopted under AS 36.30.005(c) and
31 36.30.020 - 36.30.030, and that is in existence on the effective date of this section if a
01 minimum cost savings of
02 (1) 10 percent can be achieved on the rent due under the lease; or
03 (2) five percent can be achieved on the rent due under the lease and the lessor
04 agrees to make modifications of the leased real property to bring the real property into
05 compliance with the requirements of 42 U.S.C. 12101 - 12213 (Americans with Disabilities
06 Act of 1990).
07 (b) The cost savings under (a) of this section shall be calculated on the remaining term
08 of the lease and any renewals, including extensions allowed under (a) of this section.
09 (c) The Department of Administration, the University of Alaska, the Alaska Court
10 System, and the Legislative Affairs Agency shall submit an annual report to the Legislative
11 Budget and Audit Committee detailing the leases extended and the cost savings achieved
12 under (a) or (b) of this section. The first report is due August 31, 1996, and must cover fiscal
13 year 1996. Subsequent reports are due August 31 of each succeeding year, and the final
14 report is due August 31, 2000.
15 * Sec. 5. (a) Subsections 3(a) and (b) of this Act are repealed June 30, 2000.
16 (b) Subsection 3(c) of this Act is repealed September 1, 2000.
17 * Sec. 6. Sections 1 and 2 of the Act apply to bids that are submitted on or after the
18 effective date of secs. 1 and 2 of this Act.
19 * Sec. 7. If sec. 3 of this Act takes effect after July 1, 1995, sec. 3 of this Act is
20 retroactive to July 1, 1995.