Preference for locally manufactured materials; Arizona Revised Statutes Ann. § 34-242. Preference for bidders who furnish materials produced or manufactured in the State of Arizona to construct a building or structure, or additions to or alterations of existing buildings or structures to any political subdivision of the State of Arizona as long as a competing bidder is less than 5.0% lower. Bidders cannot claim a preference pursuant to both § 34-242 and § 34-243 and may not receive more than 5.0% total preference.
Preference for materials supplied by resident dealers; Arizona Revised Statutes Ann. § 34-243. Preference to bidders who furnish materials supplied by a dealer who is a resident of the State of Arizona and paid taxes for no fewer than past two years to construct a building or structure, or additions to or alterations of existing buildings or structures for any political subdivision of Arizona whenever the bid of a competing bidder is less than 5.0% lower than that of the resident dealer.