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Instructions in RFP Cannot Factor into Evaluation Criteria

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A request for proposals (RFP) is an effective way to find the right vendor for a contract or project. When done properly, an RFP provides ...
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FAR Evaluation Requirements Cause Sustained Protest

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Consider a situation when you submitted a bid that was, admittedly, higher than a competitor’s bid, but you were the most qualified to complete the ...
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Certification Requirement Prevents Otherwise Qualified Contractors from Bidding

Posted by: Josh Sather
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Imagine a situation where you are interested in a contract and believe your company is well suited to do the job. Unfortunately, the request for ...
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Recovering Damages from Government-Caused Delays

Posted by: William Selinsky
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Project delays are not unusual throughout the duration of a contract. If the project is delayed by the government, can a contractor recover damages ...
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Newly Enacted NDAA Brings Change and Opportunity

Posted by: Joel Hamner
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In a rare display of solidarity , the United States Senate voted on New Year’s Day to override President Trump’s veto of the Fiscal Year 2021 ...
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Procurement of Colorado Contracts

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Unlike other states, procurement of contracts in Colorado is decentralized. State agencies carry out their own solicitations. Businesses that sell ...
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Pasha Hawaii Holdings Protests Contract Award

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Pasha Hawaii Holdings LLC protested a contract awarded to Crowley Government Services, Inc. by the Department of Transportation, Maritime ...
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Master Pavement Line Corp Protests Bid Rejection by DOT

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Master Pavement Line Corporation, a disadvantaged small business in Puerto Rico protested the rejection of its bid as nonresponsive by the Department ...
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Kiewit Construction Appeals Decision for Equitable Adjustment

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Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. appealed a judgment of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims denying its request for equitable adjustment for the cost of ...
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Failure to Provide Force Protection Leads to Contract Dispute

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In 2003, Kellogg Brown and Root Services, Inc. (KBR) contracted with the U.S. government to provide trailers to house personnel at military camps in ...
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