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Frequently Asked Questions - #34

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FAQ-34

Are the Association and Confidential Information Rules evaluated on a separate and independent basis in the two auctions?


Yes.  The BGS-RSCP and BGS-CIEP Auctions are separate in all important respects.  The evaluation of the Association and Confidential Information Rules pertains to each auction separately.  A bidder in the BGS-RSCP Auction is asked in its Part 1 and Part 2 Applications to make a number of certifications found in the BGS-RSCP Auction Rules.  In these rules, a “bidder” means a bidder in the BGS-RSCP Auction.  Most of these certifications are made in Insert #P2-1 required by the Part 2 Application, where it is stated: "In these certifications, a “Qualified Bidder” refers to an entity qualified to participate in the BGS-RSCP Auction."  Similarly, a bidder in the BGS-CIEP Auction is asked in its Part 1 and Part 2 Applications to make a number of certifications found in the BGS-CIEP Auction Rules.  In these rules, a “bidder” means a bidder in the BGS-CIEP Auction.  Most of these certifications are made in Insert #P2-3 required by the Part 2 Application, where it is stated: "In these certifications, a “Qualified Bidder” refers to an entity qualified to participate in the BGS-CIEP Auction.”



11/15/2021, in Association and Confidential Information Rules.

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