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Introduction to U.S. Bid Protests – GW Law Summer Series

July 20, 2021 – July 29, 2021 all-day

This free two-week summer series coordinated by George Washington University Law School’s Government Procurement Law Program will offer a sophisticated introduction to bid protests in the U.S. government.

Through readings, recorded video trainings and four live online sessions, the program will cover: (1) the history of bid protests, (2) the available bid protest forums in the federal government, (3) standing and timeliness requirements for protests, (4) how awarded contracts may be stayed, (5) how bid protests are processed, (6) protections for confidential information in protests, (7) common grounds for protests, and (8) potential areas of reform. The program text, Bid Protests: A Guide to Challenging Federal Procurements, published earlier this year by the American Bar Association, will be provided at no cost to the first 100 U.S. law school students to register before the first session on July 20. Those joining the series can view the introductory videos (available on YouTube) before class.

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