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.
*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.