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Reciprocal Preference Law
Oregon (OR)



All printing is set aside for Oregon printers unless in-state printers are unable to supply, including embossed and digitally produced vehicles license plates.
(See ORS 282.010 and 282.020)

Reciprocal Law


Reciprocal law is based on residency and applies to state and political subdivisions for commodities, services and construction.  It applies when an out-of-state bidder's home state grants a preference to its own in-state bidders. 
(See ORS 279A.120)    

Tie Bids


If offers are the same, the in-state offeror wins the award. 
(See ORS 279A.120)