S-30.01 - Act respecting public transit authorities

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92.2. The transit authority must publish and keep up to date on the internet, a list of the contracts it enters into that involve an expenditure of $25,000 or more. However, employment contracts need not be included in the list.
The list must be updated at least once a month. It must contain, in respect of each contract, the following information:
(1)  if the contract involves an expenditure of $100,000 or more, the price of the contract as estimated by the transit authority in accordance with section 92.1;
(2)  the price of the contract, the name of the person with whom it was entered into, and, if the contract contains a renewal option, the total expenditure that would be incurred if all the options were exercised; and
(3)  the object of the contract.
If the contract is subject to a rule governing the awarding of contracts set out in section 93 or in the regulation under section 100 or 103.1, the list must also contain
(1)  the name of each tenderer;
(2)  the amount of each tender; and
(3)  the identification of any tender, lower than the accepted tender, that was considered non-compliant.
If the contract is entered into by mutual agreement, the list must mention, if applicable, the legislative provision or the provision of the regulation under section 100 under which the contract could be awarded without a call for tenders.
If a contract involves an expenditure of at least $25,000 and less than $100,000, is not referred to in the fourth paragraph and is made in accordance with a provision of the by-law on contract management adopted under the fourth paragraph of section 103.2, the list must mention how the contract was awarded.
In all cases, the list must also state, as soon as possible after the execution of the contract, the total expenditure actually incurred.
The information required under the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth paragraphs with respect to a contract must remain on the Internet for at least three years after the date on which the information required under the sixth paragraph is posted.
2010, c. 1, s. 54; 2010, c. 18, s. 86; 2010, c. 42, s. 32; 2017, c. 132017, c. 13, s. 200.
92.2. The transit authority must publish and keep up to date on the internet, a list of the contracts it enters into that involve an expenditure of $25,000 or more. However, employment contracts need not be included in the list.
The list must be updated at least once a month. It must contain, in respect of each contract, the following information:
(1)  if the contract involves an expenditure of $100,000 or more, the price of the contract as estimated by the transit authority in accordance with section 92.1;
(2)  the price of the contract, the name of the person with whom it was entered into, and, if the contract contains a renewal option, the total expenditure that would be incurred if all the options were exercised; and
(3)  the object of the contract.
If the contract is subject to a rule governing the awarding of contracts set out in section 93 or in the regulation under section 100 or 103.1, the list must also contain
(1)  the name of each tenderer;
(2)  the amount of each tender; and
(3)  the identification of any tender, lower than the accepted tender, that was considered non-compliant.
If the contract is entered into by mutual agreement, the list must mention, if applicable, the legislative provision or the provision of the regulation under section 100 under which the contract could be awarded without a call for tenders.
In all cases, the list must also state, as soon as possible after the execution of the contract, the total expenditure actually incurred.
The information required under the second, third, fourth and fifth paragraphs with respect to a contract must remain on the Internet for at least three years after the date on which the information required under the fifth paragraph is posted.
2010, c. 1, s. 54; 2010, c. 18, s. 86; 2010, c. 42, s. 32.
92.2. The transit authority must publish and keep up to date on the internet, a list of the contracts it enters into that involve an expenditure of $25,000 or more.
The list must be updated at least once a month. It must contain, in respect of each contract, the following information:
(1)  if the contract involves an expenditure of $100,000 or more, the price of the contract as estimated by the transit authority in accordance with section 92.1;
(2)  the price of the contract, the name of the person with whom it was entered into, and, if the contract contains a renewal option, the total expenditure that would be incurred if all the options were exercised; and
(3)  the object of the contract.
If the contract is subject to a rule governing the awarding of contracts set out in section 93 or in the regulation under section 100 or 103.1, the list must also contain
(1)  the name of each tenderer;
(2)  the amount of each tender; and
(3)  the identification of any tender, lower than the accepted tender, that was considered non-compliant.
If the contract is entered into by mutual agreement, the list must mention, if applicable, the legislative provision or the provision of the regulation under section 100 under which the contract could be awarded without a call for tenders.
In all cases, the list must also state, as soon as possible after the execution of the contract, the total expenditure actually incurred.
The information required under the second, third, fourth and fifth paragraphs with respect to a contract must remain on the Internet for at least three years after the date on which the information required under the fifth paragraph is posted.
2010, c. 1, s. 54; 2010, c. 18, s. 86.
92.2. The transit authority must publish and keep up to date on the internet, a list of the contracts it enters into that involve an expenditure of $25,000 or more. The list must be intelligible and easily accessible.
The Minister of Municipal Affairs, Regions and Land Occupancy may make rules concerning the form in which the list must be presented.
The list must be updated at least once a month. It must contain, in respect of each contract, the following information:
(1)  if the contract involves an expenditure of $100,000 or more, the price of the contract as estimated by the transit authority in accordance with section 92.1;
(2)  the price of the contract, the name of the person with whom it was entered into, and, if the contract contains a renewal option, the total expenditure that would be incurred if all the options were exercised; and
(3)  the object of the contract.
If the contract is subject to a rule governing the awarding of contracts set out in section 93 or in the regulation under section 100 or 103.1, the list must also contain
(1)  the name of each tenderer;
(2)  the amount of each tender; and
(3)  the identification of the tenders that are considered to conform to requirements.
If the contract is entered into by mutual agreement, the list must mention, if applicable, the legislative provision or the provision of the regulation under section 100 under which the contract could be awarded without a call for tenders.
In all cases, the list must also state, as soon as possible after the execution of the contract, the total expenditure actually incurred.
The information regarding a contract required under the third, fourth, fifth and sixth paragraphs must remain posted on the internet for at least three years after the date on which the information required under the sixth paragraph is posted.
2010, c. 1, s. 54.