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Public bidding
Public Authorities (PBA) CHAPTER 43-A, ARTICLE 8, TITLE 28
§ 2620. Public bidding. 1. Construction contracts let by the authority
shall be in conformity with the applicable provisions of sections one
hundred thirty-five and one hundred forty-four of the state finance law.

2. The authority may assign contracts for supervisions and
coordination to the successful bidder for any subdivision of work for
which the authority receives bids. Any construction contract award by
the authority shall contain such other terms and conditions as the
authority may deem desirable. The authority shall not award any
construction contract except to the lowest bidder who, in its opinion,
is qualified to perform the work required and who is responsible and
reliable. The authority may, however, reject any or all bids or waive
any informality in a bid if it reasonably believes that the public
interest will be promoted thereby. The authority may reject any bid if,
in its judgment, the business and technical organization, plant,
resources, financial standing, or experience of the bidder justifies
such rejection in view of the work to be performed.