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“I Feel Pretty, Oh So Pretty”: Protester Not Prejudiced By Agency’s Failure to Assess...

Protest challenging agency’s evaluation is denied. The solicitation contemplated four awards for four geographical regions. The protester argued that the agency disparately evaluated proposals...

Trust Me, I’m Good for It: Company, Whose Parent Was Operating at a Loss,...

Protest challenging agency’s nonresponsibility determination is denied. GAO found that the agency reasonably determined the protester lacked the financial resources to perform the contract....

GAO Quickly Rids Itself of Bizarre Protest Involving Elaborate Relationship Between Protester and Awardee;...

Protest challenging the award of phosphorus supply contract is denied. The protester alleged that the awardee was not authorized distributor of Monsanto phosphorus as...

Congressional, Executive, and Legal Developments for Government Contractors to Consider

Venable - Even in the face of the COVID pandemic, the past few months have seen several developments that impact government contractors, including notable...

Five IP Consequences of Contracting With the Government

Arnold & Porter - The recent Court of Federal Claims Decision in Ideal Innovations, Inc. v. United States, now appealed to the Federal Circuit, serves...

Contractor Alert: Mandatory WOSB Certification Deadline Pending

Fox Rothschild - The Small Business Administration (SBA) finally put an end to self-certifications for the Woman-Owned Small Business Program (WOSB).  Starting now and...

Absent Timely Revocation, Government Acceptance Is Conclusive

By Eric A. Frechtel & Lee-Ann C. Brown of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings In a recent decision, the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals issued...

Major Federal Procurement Rule Gets First Try with DoD and NASA

While you were teleworking and hunting online for fashion masks, a major federal new procurement rule sprang up. Right now it only applies to...

Senators Push for Continued Telework, Contractor Leave in COVID-19 Relief Talks

As lawmakers continue negotiations over the next round of coronavirus response legislation, senators are pushing congressional leadership to include additional provisions protecting federal employees...

Senators Join Industry Groups Asking for Extension of Contractor Pay Provision

Maryland and Virginia Senators are going to bat for government contractors. They want industry to receive reimbursements under contracts that were delayed or halted...

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