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Every original contract to which the state is a party must have an accompanying Executive Document Summary (EDS). The EDS is used by the state to quickly discern pertinent contract information, including the contracting parties, the contract amount, and the contract date.
Electronic EDS (log-in required) Once there you'll need to click "Purchasing," then click "Procurement Contracts," and, finally, click "EDS."