Agency Not Required to Inform Offeror that Its Price is High Unless the Price Is Unreasonably High; World Wide Technology, Inc., GAO B-417909.2, B-417909.3

Protest objecting to conduct of discussions is denied. The protester asserted discussions were not meaningful because the agency did not inform the company that its price was high. But an agency only has an obligation to raise price in discussions if the price is unreasonably high. Here, the protester’s price was high but not unreasonably […]
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