Vendor Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility And Voluntary Exclusion
In order to ensure the effective and efficient administration of and maintain the integrity of Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) procurement practices, it is the policy of MSJC to conduct business legally and only with responsible vendors. Toward this end, MSJC shall have the discretion to exclude from participating in its procurement transaction and activities any vendor who is debarred pursuant, but not limited to, regulations per Federal OMB Circular A-110 Executive Order 12549 & 12689.
Debarment is a serious action that may lead to a vendor being excluded from procurement transactions with MSJC for a period of up to three (3) years. Accordingly, this Debarment Procedure provides a vendor subject to a debarment action with notice pursuant to which the seriousness of the vendor's acts or omissions and any mitigating factors will be considered in making any debarment decision. Debarment shall be used only in the public interest and for the college's protection, not for purposes of punishment. MSJC will utilize the Federal Debarred Vendor List (Excluded Parties List System).
The Debarment Procedure applies to:
- any vendor who has participated, is currently participating or may reasonably be expected to participate in a covered transaction, irrespective of the source of funding
- any vendor who has participated, is currently aprticipating or may reasonably be expected to participate in a related transaction, irrespective of the source of funding
- any principal of the vendor describes (1) and (2) above; and
- any affiliate of the vendor descriibed in (1), (2), or (3) above.
Administrative Policy 6330 - Purchasing of Goods and Services
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions