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    New Jersey Supreme Court to Consider Important Public Bidding Case – Practical Considerations for Contractors

    In April, the New Jersey Supreme Court agreed to review the case of Waste Management of New Jersey, Inc. v. Mercer County Improvement Authority.  The matter concerns a defect in a bid submitted under the New Jersey Public Contracts Law ...

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    New Jersey Legislature Considers Permanent Debarment for Contractors Convicted of Fraud in Connection with the Execution of Public Contracts

    By: Daniella Gordon and Jennifer M. Horn The New Jersey legislature is considering a bill which would permanently bar contractors who are convicted of fraud in connection with work on government contracts from bidding on future public contracts in ...

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    PA High Court Restricts PennDot’s Design-Build Best Value Bid Procurement
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    As many contractors know, Pennsylvania’s attempt to formulate and use innovative procurement methods has incurred a series of setbacks from the Commonwealth’s appellate courts. The latest setback came when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court found ...

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    For Contractors Bidding on Public Jobs in NJ: Court Clarifies “Aggregate Rating”

    If you are a contractor bidding on public projects in New Jersey, a recent NJ case sheds light on an aggregate rating requirement which, if violated, could cause your bid to be disqualified. What Are Aggregate Rating Requirements Under NJ Law? Most ...

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    Graterford Prison Contract to Be Rebid

    The on-again-off-again Graterford Prison project has just met another hurdle. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett’s administration just announced that the Department of General Services will re-bid the project to include a new death row wing, and a ...

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    New Jersey Establishes Process for Bid Withdrawal

    Since public bidding began in the State of New Jersey, contractors have had to be especially diligent in the computation and review of their bid packages. This is because New Jersey has remained one of the few states that does not have an ...

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    Lancaster, PA, Bans Project Labor Agreements on County-Funded Projects

    The Lancaster County Board of Commissioners announced on January 26, 2011, that they passed an ordinance banning the use of project labor agreements (PLAs) “on all county-funded construction projects.” With the passage of Ordinance 99, all ...

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    Crossing State Lines: New York Public Bidding Law Allows for Withdrawal of Bids

    Although entering the public bidding arena presents contractors with a plethora of opportunities, these opportunities do not come without risk. As many contractors can attest, oftentimes public bidding can seem more like gambling than bidding. This ...

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    Graterford Prison Project Cancelled

    The project to expand the State Correctional Institute at Graterford due to overcrowding has been canceled. Currently, the prison houses 2,100 inmates, but it is so crowded that prisoners are being shipped to Michigan and Virginia. The project was ...

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    Recent Changes to Delaware Port Authority Bidding Rules

    Prompted by criticism relating to inappropriate perks, nepotism, and corruption, the Delaware River Port Authority (DRPA) has recently enacted reforms that will affect DRPA’s construction projects. The DRPA is responsible for operating 4 toll ...