TITLE 44: GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS, GRANTMAKING, PROCUREMENT AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
SUBTITLE B: SUPPLEMENTAL PROCUREMENT RULES
CHAPTER XX: ATTORNEY GENERAL
PART 1300 ATTORNEY GENERAL'S PROCUREMENT
SECTION 1300.4510 RESIDENT BIDDER PREFERENCE
Section 1300.4510 Resident Bidder Preference
a) "Illinois resident vendor" as used in this Section means a person, including a foreign corporation, duly authorized to transact business in this State and having a bona fide establishment for transacting business within this State at which it was actually transacting business on the date when any competitive solicitation for a public contract was first advertised or announced.
b) In breaking a tie, an Illinois resident vendor shall be given the award.
c) An Illinois resident vendor who would perform the services or provide the supplies from another state shall be considered a resident of that other state as against an Illinois resident vendor who would perform the services or provide the supplies from Illinois, if that other state has an in-state preference.
d) If an Illinois resident vendor produces or performs at least 51% of the goods or services in another state, that Illinois resident vendor shall be considered a resident of that other state for purposes of application of this reciprocal preference when evaluating the bid of an Illinois resident contractor that produces or performs at least 51% of the goods or services in Illinois.
e) The Procurement Officer may refer to the list of states with in-state preference maintained by DCMS, which shall be considered in all procurements involving out-of-state vendors.
(Source: Amended at 36 Ill. Reg. 11974, effective July 13, 2012)