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No Unequal Access to Information OCI Where Obtaining Access to the Information Would Have...

Protest alleging organization conflict of interest and challenging the agency’s past performance and price evaluations is denied. The protester alleged that the awardee had...

CBCA Dismisses Non-Monetary Claim on Prudential Grounds, Finding Appeal Was No Longer a Live...

Appeal of non-monetary claim is dismissed for prudential reasons. The contractor appealed to the CBCA, challenging a contract discrepancy report the agency issued for...

Losing Money While Litigating a Protest Is Not the Type of Irreparable Injury that...

Request for a temporary restraining order to stop performance during the pendency of a bid protest is denied. The court found that the protester...

Poof There it Is: Court Invokes the Constructive Termination for Convenience Doctrine for the...

Crowell & Moring - In JKB Solutions and Servs., LLC, the Court of Federal Claims denied the contractor’s breach claim and held that the...

Mentor-Protégé Consolidation Goes Live: What Does this Mean for You?

Koprince Law - The 8(a) Business Development Mentor-Protégé Program has officially been consolidated into the All-Small Mentor-Protégé Program. The goal: to eliminate duplications in...

Important Considerations for DoD Contractors Seeking Relief Under §3610 of the CARES Act

By Richard Arnholt & Roee Talmor of Bass Berry & Sims The economic disruptions wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic have been particularly acute for government...

Defense Bill in Danger Over Confederate-Named Military Bases

WASHINGTON (AP) — An annual defense policy measure that has passed Congress every year since the Kennedy administration is in danger of cratering next...

Agency Appropriately Considered Proposal Deficiencies as Part of Competitive Range Determination; Quantico Tactical, Inc....

Protests challenging offerors’ elimination from the competitive range are denied. The agency had eliminated both protesters due to deficiencies assigned under technical subfactors. One...

Contractor Alleged It Was Coerced Into Terminating Contract, But ASBCA Finds No Reasonable Fact...

Government’s motion for summary judgment on contractor’s appeal is granted. The contractor alleged it had been coerced into agreeing to a termination for convenience...

COFC Allows Contractor to Depose Government Regarding Agency’s First Article Testing; Ehren-Haus Industries, Inc....

Government’s motion for a protective order is granted in part and denied in part. The contractor filed a claim seeking costs incurred as a...

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