We may disqualify a participant or authorised officer from participating in carbon abatement purchasing processes for a period of up to two years, if we believe on reasonable grounds that the participant or authorised officer has engaged in misconduct in relation to any carbon abatement purchasing process. In deciding whether to disqualify a participant or authorised officer, we may take into account whether the:
We may publish on our website the name of any participant or authorised officers who has been disqualified from participating in carbon abatement purchasing processes and the period of disqualification. Notice of disqualification will be given to the disqualified participant or authorised officer.
Review the participant and bidder obligations to find out more information.
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