600 KAR 6:020. Transportation Cabinet employee responsibilities in the implementation of KRS 45A.800 to 45A.835

Link to law: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/600/006/020.htm
Published: 2015

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now
      600 KAR 6:020.

Transportation Cabinet employee responsibilities in the implementation of KRS

45A.800 to 45A.835.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS

Chapter 11A, KRS 45A.800-45A.835

      STATUTORY

AUTHORITY: KRS Chapter 11A, KRS 45A.800-45A.835

      NECESSITY,

FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: This administrative regulation sets forth the

responsibility of the Transportation Cabinet employees when establishing the

need for, negotiation of, or contracting for professional engineering or

related services or implementing the provisions of KRS 45A.800 to 45A.835.

 

      Section 1.

Transportation Cabinet Employee Responsibilities. All cabinet personnel engaged

in the procurement of engineering or related services or the implementation of

the provisions of KRS 45A.800 to 45A.835 shall comply with the following:

      (1) Consider the

interests of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the cabinet first when

contracting for professional services;

      (2) Request and

accept assistance from other cabinet and state personnel as required without

allowing it to impair the dignity and responsibility of the employee's

position;

      (3) Seek to

obtain the maximum value for each dollar spent for professional services;

      (4) Strive for

honesty and truth in contracting;

      (5) Denounce all

forms of bribery or favors;

      (6) Invite all firms

to submit their qualifications for consideration by the cabinet;

      (7) Assist other

cabinet personnel in the contracting for professional services as necessary;

and

      (8) Comply with

both the letter and the spirit of KRS 45A.340 and to the Cabinet's Official

Order Number 94902 regarding conflict of interest. This official order is

incorporated by reference in 600 KAR 6:060. (22 Ky.R. 1405; Am. 1840; eff.

4-5-96.)