California law generally requires public works projects that exceed $5,000.00 to be publicly bid and awarded to the lowest responsible bidder. Often times a contractor will submit a bid on a public works project only to find that they were the not awarded the project because they were lowest responsive responsible bidder. At that point, the contractor normally accepts the government entity’s decision and moves onto the next project. But what if the intended awardee’s bid is missing key information or the intended awardee not a responsible contractor?
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