(b) the invitation of the management contract and the initial contract give other public bodies the opportunity to enter into contracts or price agreements in accordance with the terms and prices of the original contract; and (1) An adjudicating entity may only enter into a contract or price agreement under an intergovernmental cooperative contract if: (C) the public notice of the intention to enter into a contract or price agreement through an intergovernmental cooperative market must be carried out in the same way as in ORS 279B.055 (4) b) and (c). (f) “original market,” the initial market or price agreement, which are requested and awarded by an administrative contract in a cooperative contract. (a) the tendering agency offers to sellers who would otherwise be potential bidders or bidders in the contract or price agreement, when purchases have been obtained from competition under Chapter 279B of the ORS, the opportunity to decide on the intention to enter into a contract or price agreement in intergovernmental cooperation contracts. (e) a “common cooperation market,” a cooperative market that identifies participating contracting powers or the cooperative purchasing group, as well as the contractual requirements or estimated market requirements of the agencies or group of price agreements. (a) the purchasing agency or cooperative purchasing group to which the client belongs must be mentioned in the invitation of the contracting management entity as a party that can enter into contracts or price agreements according to the terms and prices of the original contract, and the invitation must be issued in Oregon; or c) The management contract allows the contractor to extend the use of the terms and prices of the original contract on the purchasers. (D) Unless the provisions of ORS 279A.070 are otherwise provided, the contracting entity publicly informs the contract at least seven days before the expiry of the notice period on the intention to enter into a contract or price agreement for interstate government contracts. (c) “cooperative purchasing group,” a group of contractors who have signed up to an intergovernmental agreement to facilitate collective purchases. 3. Where a client is required to enter into a declaration of intent for the conclusion of a contract or price agreement through an intergovernmental cooperative contract covered by point 2 of this section: b) “cooperative acquisitions,” a contract made by or on behalf of one or more contractual organizations. “Cooperative purchases” are not limited to multi-party contracts and price agreements. b) (A) The purchasing agency or cooperative purchasing group to which the client belongs announces a letter of intent for the conclusion of a contract or price agreement in an intergovernmental cooperative market. (iv) the date on which the adjudicating authority must submit opinions on the intention to enter into a contract or price agreement on an intergovernmental cooperative contracting. c) If the adjudicating authority receives advice on the intention to enter into a contract or price agreement in an intergovernmental cooperative contract before the contracting authority can enter into a contract or price agreement on intergovernmental cooperative contracts, the contracting power establishes in writing that the establishment of a contract or price agreement through an intergovernmental cooperative market is in the interest of the adjudicator power.