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"The Ultimate Guide to Successful Bid Protests" eBook

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This eBook* was created to help government contractors understand what it takes to file and win a bid protests with either the Government Accountability Office (GAO) or Court of Federal Claims. This collection of successful bid protests can serve as a template for what to do and not do during your bid protest.

As you read through the bid protests you will be able to get a feel for whether your issue has been adjudicated before and if you have a better than average chance of success. This eBook covers the following key issues with a deeper dive into the topics below:

  • Part One: Best Value Awards
  • Part Two: Contract Modifications
  • Part Three: Prejudice - No Harm, No Foul
  • Part Four: Past Performance Protests
  • Part Five: Price Realization
  • Part Six: Protests Containing Classified Information
  • Part Seven: Selecting the Right Solicitation
  • Part Eight: Bid Protests and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Part Nine: Supplementing the Record
  • Part Ten: Timing the Defective Solicitation
  • Part Eleven: Your Representations and Warranties - sam.gov
  • Part Twelve: Following the Government Accountabilities Office's (GAO's) Ridged Rules - a Must

If you find yourself in the position of defending your government contract bid win or you need to challenge an unfair bid loss, contact us. Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC has a team of experienced government contract attorneys ready to help you now.

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*This eBook is designed to inform and should not be used as a substitute for qualified legal counsel on matters decided by the GAO or Court of Federal Claims.

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.