Vendor disclosure for major procurements
(1) In order to allow an evaluation by the Oregon State Lottery of the competence, integrity, background, character and nature of the true ownership and control of lottery vendors, any person who submits a bid, proposal or offer as part of a procurement for a contract for the printing of tickets used in any lottery game, any goods or services involving the receiving or recording of number selection in any lottery game, or any goods or services involving the determination of winners in any lottery game, which are hereby referred to as major procurements, shall first disclose at the time of submitting such bid, proposal or offer to the state lottery all of the following items:
(a) A disclosure of the lottery vendor’s name and address and, as applicable, the name and address of the following:
(A) If the vendor is a corporation, the officers, directors and each stockholder in such corporation; except that, in the case of stockholders of publicly held equity securities of a publicly traded corporation, only the names and addresses of those known to the corporation to beneficially own 15 percent or more of such securities need be disclosed.
(B) If the vendor is a trust, the trustee and all persons entitled to receive income or benefit from the trust.
(C) If the vendor is an association, the members, officers and directors.
(D) If the vendor is a subsidiary, the officers, directors and each stockholder of the parent corporation thereof; except that, in the case of stockholders of publicly held equity securities of a publicly traded corporation, only the names and addresses of those known to the corporation to beneficially own 15 percent or more of such securities need be disclosed.
(E) If the vendor is a partnership or joint venture, all of the general partners, limited partners or joint venturers.
(F) If the parent company, general partner, limited partner or joint venturer of any vendor is itself a corporation, trust, association, subsidiary, partnership or joint venture, then all of the information required in this section shall be disclosed for such other entity as if it were itself a vendor to the end that full disclosure of ultimate ownership be achieved.
(G) If any member of the immediate family of any vendor is involved in the vendor’s business in any capacity, then all of the information required in this section shall be disclosed for such immediate family member as if the family member were a vendor.
(H) If the vendor subcontracts any substantial portion of the work to be performed to a subcontractor, then all of the information required in this section shall be disclosed for such subcontractor as if it were itself a vendor.
(I) The persons or entities in subparagraphs (A) to (H) of this paragraph, along with the vendor itself, shall be referred to as control persons.
(b) A disclosure of all the states and jurisdictions in which each control person does business, and the nature of that business for each such state or jurisdiction.
(c) A disclosure of all the states and jurisdictions in which each control person has contracts to supply gaming goods or services, including, but not limited to, lottery goods and services and the nature of the goods or services involved for each such state or jurisdiction.
(d) A disclosure of all the states and jurisdictions in which each control person has applied for, has sought renewal of, has received, has been denied, has pending or has had revoked a gaming license of any kind, and the disposition of such in each such state or jurisdiction. If any gaming license has been revoked or has not been renewed or any gaming license application has been either denied or is pending and has remained pending for more than six months, all of the facts and circumstances underlying this failure to receive such a license must be disclosed.
(e) A disclosure of the details of any conviction or judgment of a state or federal court of each control person of any felony and any other criminal offense other than traffic offenses.
(f) A disclosure of the details of any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization or any pending litigation of each control person.
(g) A disclosure for each control person who is a natural person of employment, residence, education and military history since the age of 18 years, and any federal, state or local elective position ever held by such person.
(h) A disclosure consolidating all reportable information on all reportable contributions by each control person to any local, state or federal political candidate or political committee in this state for the past five years that is reportable under any existing state or federal law.
(i) A disclosure of the identity of any entity with which each control person has a joint venture or other contractual arrangement to supply any state or jurisdiction with gaming goods or services, including a disclosure with regard to such entity of all of the information requested under paragraphs (a) to (h) of this subsection.
(j) A disclosure consisting of financial statements of the lottery vendor for the past three years.
(k) A disclosure of any economic interest as contemplated by ORS 244.060 (Form of statement of economic interest) and 244.070 (Additional statement of economic interest), known to the lottery vendor to be held by any of the persons named in ORS 244.050 (Persons required to file statement of economic interest) (1)(a), any lottery commissioner, the lottery director, or the assistant directors of the state lottery, in any lottery vendor or its control persons.
(L) Such additional disclosures and information as the director may determine to be appropriate for the procurement involved.
(2) No contract for a major procurement with any vendor who has not complied with the disclosure requirements described in this section for each of its control persons shall be entered into or be enforceable. Any contract with any lottery contractor who does not comply with such requirements for periodically updating such disclosures from each of its control persons during the tenure of such contract as may be specified in such contract may be terminated by the commission. [1985 c.2 §6(2); 1985 c.302 §6(2)(a) to (m)]
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