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Awardee Submitted Corrected Compensation Plan in Response to Clarification Request. Did the Corrected Plan...

After receiving revised proposals from offerors, the agency asked the awardee to clarify inconsistencies in a compensation plan. In response, the awardee gave the...

Protester Argued Agency Was Improperly Recompeting a Requirement that Was Subject to Ongoing Litigation....

The protester challenged the terms of a solicitation. The protester claimed the solicitation was duplicative of another solicitation that was subject to ongoing litigation...

When Can the Government Cancel a Solicitation? 5 Things Contractors Need to Know.

Husch Blackwell - In Seventh Dimension, LLC v. United States, the Court of Federal Claims provided detailed guidance concerning the question of “whether, and...

So Sue Me! Why a Federal Contractor Lost Argument that Refusal to Pay is...

AbrahamsWolf-Rodda - Releases. Again. Last year, I blogged about a case in which the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals denied an appeal arising out of costs...

GSA, DIU Working Together to Get Non Traditional Contractors on Board

The civilian and Defense sides of the government have taken a big step together to move the Defense Department’s innovative, nontraditional contractors to the...

Early Protests Shouldn’t Slow $1.5B DHS Medical Services Contract

Companies eliminated from the competition are hoping they will be let back in.

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

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 in Lubricant Analysis...

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

Back to Basics: EDWOSB Eligibility

Koprince McCall Pottroff - Last week, Nicole Pottroff went through the basics of eligibility for participation in the SBA’s Women-Owned Small Business (“WOSB”) Federal...

Federal Circuit Declines to Extend Blue & Gold Waiver Rule in AbilityOne Protest

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, in SEKRI, Inc. v. United States, recently added to the...

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