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You may bid for the contract and check on their bidding procedures. If they wont entertain it you may consider a state court action where their failure to review is an abuse of state power and discretion.
I would e-mail with a bid or seeking bid procedures, and follow weekly.
having a lawyer cc'd may help
martindale.com and findlaw.com are good resources.
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I can chat back and forth but dont have phone hook up on here.
sure, write to them again asking for bidding procedures, and cc local counsel; or have a lawyer do so for you on letterhead. Then you may consider court action to compel them to not act arbitrarily and require them to open up bidding.
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