Reciprocal Preference Information
What is it?
Reciprocal preference refers to an advantage a state applies in order to match a preference given by another state.  A preference is any advantage given to offerors in a competition for contract award which may be granted based on pre-established criteria.  An example of preference may be based on residency of the offeror.  Preference criteria are established by law.  The law may identify the preference used as either mandatory or discretionary.

CLICK HERE for the State of Oregon's Reciprocal Preference Website containing preference details for each state.

Reference:
State of Oregon: Procurement Services. 2016. Reciprocal preference. Accessed April 20, 2016, from https://www.oregon.gov/das/Procurement/Pages/Recippref.aspx  
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