(d) When a bidder or seller refuses to present the sworn insurance required under point b) of this section, that bidder or seller is disqualified and the state agency or quasi-public agency awards the contract to the nearest bidder or the nearest qualified bidder responsible, or seeks new bids or proposals. Ethics certificates can only be used with “large public construction or purchase contracts,” which means that a contract costing more than US$500,000 for (A) is responsible for the transformation, modification, repair or extension of a real asset; B) construction, modification, reconstruction, improvement, installation, development or modification of the degree of a section of a national road or bridge; (C) the purchase or rental of supplies, materials or equipment within the meaning of Section 4a-50 of the General Statutes; or (D) the construction, reconstruction, transformation, redevelopment, repair or demolition of a public building. Advice Contract Sworn insurance is used only in contracts for the purchase of goods or services, the contract has a total value for the state of $50,000 or more in each calendar or exercise. This affidavit is not required for leases and licenses of any value. Contracts valued at $50,000 or more require agency certification by the official or State party staff authorized to execute the contract. (Only for large public procurement or procurement contracts within the meaning of Conn. Gene. Stat. (3) This affidavit contains, for each consulting agreement mentioned, the following information: the name of the advisor, the consultant`s company, the basic terms of the advisory agreement, a brief description of the services provided and an indication that the advisor is a former state agent or public official. If the advisor is a former public servant or public official, this affidavit must indicate his former agency and the date of termination of that work. Annual certifications can only be used once a year to update, during a calendar or exercise, the gift and campaign contribution certifications previously submitted for state contracts valued at or above $50,000. b) 1.
Any principal or principal staff of a person, company or company submitting offers or proposals for a contract described in subsection (a) of this section certifies, in an affidavit, whether a advisory agreement has been entered into in connection with such a contract. Such a sworn statement is required when the councillor`s duties included communications relating to the activities of a public or quasi-public agency, whether direct contacts were made or were made in direct contact with a public authority, public official or public official or state official. As noted in this section, “advice agreement” refers to any written or oral agreement relating to the competition control activity of an advisor for the purposes of (A) counseling of a contractor, seller, adviser or other agency intending to conduct or conduct business with the state, (B) contacting an executive authority , judicial or administrative of the state, in writing or orally, including a division, an institution, an office, a board of directors, a commission, a public authority, a civil servant or a staff member for the purposes of invitation, dispute resolution, introduction, request for information or (C) of any other similar activity related to these contracts.