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Can a stipulation of "all or none" on behalf of the vendor for his materials lead to a disqualification of the bid?
Yes. If it is in the best interest of the City of Flagstaff to accept the "all or none" stipulation, the bid may be accepted for evaluation. However, if the City of Flagstaff determines that the "all or none" stipulation is not in its best interest, the bid may be disqualified by the Purchasing Director.

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1. May a vendor see copies of bids prior to award? If so, where?
2. What are the most frequently considered factors involved in determining a responsive bid and a responsible bidder?
3. Can a stipulation of "all or none" on behalf of the vendor for his materials lead to a disqualification of the bid?
4. When is resident preference applicable?
5. May a vendor call and ask to review the contract file and request information about an award?
6. Who manages surplus property?
7. To whom are questions about surplus property referred?
8. What should I do first if I wish to bid on City of Flagstaff business?
9. May I bid if I don't handle the brand listed on the IFB?