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Pre and Post Award Bid Protest

Veteran-owned Company Loses Bid Protest Against U.S. Government

Posted by: Raymundo Ribota
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Veterans4You, Inc., a Florida based corporation, produces distinct products and services for federal and state governments. It provides a wide range ...
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Past Performance Objections Sustained in GAO protest

Posted by: Joe Whitcomb
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JMark, an 8(a) company based in Colorado Springs, CO, objected to the Air Force awarding a contract to SierTek, another 8(a) company based in ...
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GAO Sustains Price Realism Protest

Posted by: Kimberly Craven
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Valkyrie Enterprises Wins Its Protest!  Recently, the General Accountability Office (GAO) sustained a protest challenging the United States’ Navy’s ...
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GAO decision on Small Business Participation

Posted by: Kimberly Craven
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Paying fees to itself as the prime contractor is not allowed in calculating the required 25 percent small business set-aside according to a June 11, ...
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Considerations for Bid Protests involving Classified Information

Posted by: Jon Perrone
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Even the simplest bid protest isn’t exactly straightforward – competing venues, complicated remedies, volumes of strict regulations, procedures, and ...
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Successful GAO Price Realism Protest Requires the Right Solicitation

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Small businesses are frustrated when underbid by competitors for federal task orders. These businesses may challenge awards based on price realism. ...
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Forest Fires & Task Orders Exceeding the Scope of the Original IDIQ

Posted by: Joseph Whitcomb
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A bid protest, filed by Western Pilot Service (WPS) and three other contractors, protested the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) issuance of a task ...
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GAO Determines that Lowest Price Is Not Enough

Posted by: Joseph Whitcomb
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This case determined that the Source Selection Authority’s (SSA) ignoring a proposal's strengths and weaknesses in favor of a lower price was ...
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GAO Bid Protest Over Technical Evaluation

Posted by: Dan McAuliffe
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The Comptroller General (CG) of the United States decided the case of the Matter of Red River Computer Company, Inc. ,2017 WL 2617670 . The ...
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Court of Federal Claims Protest Requires Substantial Error

Posted by: Brandon Selinsky
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(The United States Court of Federal Claims (COFC) decided the case of American Sanitary Products, Inc. v. United States,  2017 WL 3124441. ...
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