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FBI Pulls Back Call Center Award to ECS Federal

The law enforcement agency will rethink its decision and didn't take long to determine it would do so.

While Evaluating Proposals, Agency Learned Awardee Had Been Acquired. Should...

While evaluating proposals, the agency learned that the eventual awardee had been acquired by another company. But the acquisition didn't really register with the...

Protester Said Agency Erred in Finding It Was Not a Danish...

Pursuant to an international agreement, the solicitation limited the competition to Danish or Greenlandic companies. The incumbent was registered in Denmark but was a...

GAO Answers Question Everyone’s Been Asking: Can a Requirement for Experience...

The solicitation required five years of experience providing lubricant analysis services. The protester alleged the awardee lacked the required experience and could only satisfy...

And Then There Were Five: Connecticut Adopts Comprehensive State Privacy Law

On May 10, 2022, Connecticut became the fifth state in the nation to pass its own omnibus privacy legislation, joining California, Virginia, Colorado, and...

Data Brokering, Enforcement Among GDPR Failings

Matt Burges argues that in the four years since GDPR enforcement began, it has “immeasurably improved the privacy rights of millions inside and outside...

Key Considerations: How to Conduct an Effective Internal Investigation

In recent years, the federal government has been particularly aggressive in pursuing civil and criminal enforcement against healthcare entities. The way healthcare companies conduct...

Federal Contractors Beware: Firm-Fixed-Price Contract Negotiations & FCA Liability

On May 16, 2022, the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that a plaintiff-relator adequately pled False Claims Act violations based...

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