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"A Summary of Size and Status Protests" eBook

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The more times you submit a proposal for a government contract, the more likely you are to have your bid win protested by a disappointed bidder.  Conversely, you are also more likely to find yourself in a position to protest an unfair bid loss.  Either way, there are things you can do in advance to reduce the chance that you will face litigation.

Read our new eBook "A Summary of Size and Status Protests," to learn more about:

  • Avoiding Small Business Association (SBA) Adverse Outcomes​
  • SBA​ Issues Proposed Rule Change​
  • Size Status Protest Dismissal Sustained by Office of Hearings and Appeals (​OHA)​
  • HUBZone Program Needs Policing​​
  • Changes Ahead for the SBA,​ HUBZone Program​
  • SBA and The Federal Acquisition Regulatory (FAR) Council's Lack of Rule Making Confusing
  • SBA Protest Regarding Two Classes of Stock​
  • United States Court of Federal Claims (CoFC) Overturns Center for Verification and Evaluation's​ (CVE)
  • Revocation of Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business​ (SDVOSB) Status​

Have questions about how you can structure your government contract to avoid or get ahead of litigation? Contact us, Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC has a team of experienced government contract attorneys ready to help you now.

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About the AuthorJoe Whitcomb

Joe Whitcomb is the founder and president of Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC (WSM). In addition, he manages the firm and heads up the Government Procurement and International Business Transactions Law sections. As a result of his military service as a U.S. Army Ranger and as a non-commissioned officer in the Air Force, he learned mission accomplishment. While serving in the Air Force, he earned his Bachelor’s in Social Sciences and a Master’s in International Relations. His Master’s emphasis was on National Security and International Political Economics. After his military career, Joe attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.