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Alan Chvotkin Joins Pub K as President!

Pub K is pleased to announce that Alan Chvotkin has joined our organization as its new President. Alan is a leading expert on federal...

Collective Bargaining Agreement Supersedes Prevailing Wage Determination; ASBCA No. 61267, Appeal of Centerra Group...

Government’s motion to dismiss as premature an appeal seeking reimbursement of back overtime pay and related arbitration costs is denied, where the collective bargaining...

Keeping It in the Family: Son’s Plan to Subcontract with Firm Owned by His...

Company’s appeal of a size determination finding that it was not a small business is denied. The SBA Area Office found that the company...

The Impact of the Coronavirus on Government Contractors

Wiley Rein - If the previous week made anything clear, it is that COVID-19 (the Coronavirus) is likely to continue causing significant disruptions worldwide...

All Things Protest: Section 809 Panel Recommendations (March 2019)

Crowell & Moring’s “All Things Protest” podcast keeps you up to date on major trends in bid protest litigation, key developments in high-profile cases, and best practices in state and federal procurement. In this episode, hosts Olivia Lynch and Rob Sneckenberg interview Anuj Vohra about the Section 809 Panel’s recent recommendations for bid protest reform. […]
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ASBCA Drops a Knowledge Bomb on the Navy, Succinctly Explains Summary Judgment Standard in...

Navy’s motion for summary judgment on contractor’s claims is, for the most part, denied. The board found that the Navy misunderstood the standard for...

Award of Sole-Source Follow-On Contract Justified by Continuity Concerns; Harmonia Holdings Group, LLC v....

Protest challenging an agency decision to award a sole-source, follow-on contract to the incumbent is denied. The agency reasonably determined that the incumbent’s knowledge...

Confused Courier No Excuse for Late Proposal; Vizocom, GAO B-418246.2

Protest challenging agency’s decision to reject a late proposal is denied. The protester’s courier was confused about where to deliver proposals and as a...

Protest Challenging AbilityOne Commission’s Decision to Implement Competitive Processes in Acquisitions Is Not Ripe;...

Protest challenging the AbilityOne Commission’s decision to use competitive procedures in a procurement as part of a pilot program in the AbilityOne program is...

Two-Minute Warning – When Too Close at Hand is Too Far

PubKLaw’s Two-Minute Warning Podcast offers a quick look on a key takeaway from a recent bid protest case. Today’s warning: GAO’s “too close at hand” rule does not apply outside the past performance evaluation. Read the decisions here: GAO Declines to Extend “Too Close At Hand” Rule to Consideration of Proposed Personnel; GAO B-416158, Chenega […]
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