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California Code, Government Code – GOV § 8880.57

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In order to allow an evaluation of the competence, integrity, and character of potential Lottery Contractors for the California State Lottery, any person, corporation, trust, association, partnership, or joint venture that submits a bid, proposal, or offer as part of procurement for a contract for any goods or services for the California State Lottery, other than materials, supplies, services, and equipment which are common to the ordinary operations of state agencies, shall comply with each of the following:

(a) Bidders, as required by the Lottery, shall disclose the bidder’s name and address and, as applicable, the name and address of the following:

(1) If the bidder is a corporation, the officers, directors, and each owner, directly or indirectly, of any equity security or other ownership interest in the corporation. However, in the case of owners of publicly held equity securities of a publicly traded corporation, only the names and addresses of those known to the corporation to beneficially own 5 percent or more of the publicly held securities need be disclosed.

(2) If the bidder is a trust, the trustee and all persons entitled to receive income or benefit from the trust.

(3) If the bidder is an association, the members, officers, and directors.

(4) If the bidder is a subsidiary, the officers, directors, and stockholders of the parent company thereof. However, in the case of owners of publicly held equity securities of a publicly traded corporation, only the names and addresses of those known to the corporation to beneficially own 5 percent or more of the publicly held securities need be disclosed.

(5) If the bidder is a partnership or joint venture, all of the general partners, limited partners, or joint venturers.

(6) If the parent company, general partner, limited partner, or joint venturer of any bidder is itself a corporation, trust, association, subsidiary, partnership, or joint venture, then the disclosure of information needed to determine ultimate ownership. However, in the case of owners of publicly held equity securities of a publicly traded corporation, only the names and addresses of those known to the corporation to beneficially own 5 percent or more of the publicly held securities need be disclosed.

(7) If the bidder proposes to subcontract 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 the subcontractor as if it were itself a bidder.

(b) After receipt of a bid, proposal, or offer, but prior to the award of a contract, the Commission may require a potential Lottery Contractor to provide any or all of the following information:

(1) A disclosure of all the states and jurisdictions in which the bidder does business, and the nature of that business for each state or jurisdiction.

(2) A disclosure of all the states and jurisdictions in which the bidder 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 state or jurisdiction.

(3) A disclosure of all the states and jurisdictions in which the bidder 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 in each state or jurisdiction. If any gaming license has not been renewed or any gaming license application has been either denied or has remained pending for more than six months, all of the facts and circumstances underlying this failure to receive a gaming license shall be disclosed.

(4) A disclosure of the details of any conviction or judgment of a state or federal court against the bidder of any gambling-related offense, or criminal offense other than traffic violations.

(5) A disclosure of the details of any bankruptcy, insolvency, or reorganization, or any judgment or pending litigation involving fraud or deceit against the bidder.

(6) A disclosure for each bidder of the employment, residence, educational, and military history since the age of 18 years of any of its owners, directors, members, officers, employees, or agents identified by the Lottery .

(7) A disclosure consolidating all reportable information on all reportable contributions by the bidder 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.

(8) A disclosure of the identity of any entity with which the bidder has a joint venture or other contractual arrangement to supply any state or jurisdiction with gaming goods or services, including, but not limited to, lottery goods or services; including a disclosure with regard to the entity of all of the information requested under paragraphs (1) to (8), inclusive.

(9) In the instance of a procurement for the printing of lottery tickets, for goods or services involving the receiving or recording of number selections, or for goods or services involving the determination of winners, an additional disclosure consisting of the individual federal and state income tax returns for the past three years and a current individual financial statement for each bidder and any of the bidder’s owners, directors, members, officers, employees, or agents identified by the Lottery . The disclosures provided in this paragraph shall be considered confidential and shall be transmitted directly to the Deputy Director for Security and the Attorney General for their review.

(10) Any additional disclosures and information as may be appropriate for the procurement involved as determined by the Commission.

(c) With respect to the persons or entities described in paragraphs (1) to (7), inclusive, of subdivision (a), the Commission may request the disclosure of any information required in subdivision (b), which shall be relevant to the award of any contract.

(d) No contract with any bidder who has not complied with the disclosure requirements described in this section shall be entered into or be enforceable. Any contract with any l ottery c ontractor who does not comply with these requirements for maintaining the currency of the disclosures during the term of the contract as may be specified in the contract may be terminated by the Commission. In addition, the Commission may deny or cancel a contract with a l ottery c ontractor or any of the persons or entities included in paragraphs (1) to (7), inclusive, of subdivision (a) if any of the following apply:

(1) False statements have been made in any information which is required under this section.

(2) Any of the persons or entities have been convicted of a crime punishable as a felony.

(3) Any of the persons or entities have been convicted of an offense involving dishonesty or any gambling-related offense.

(e) This section shall be construed broadly and liberally to achieve the end of full disclosure of all information necessary to allow for a full and complete evaluation of the competence, integrity, and character of potential suppliers of the California State Lottery Commission.

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