Latent Ambiguities and Non-Apparent Solicitation Defects (Post-Award Protest Primer #9)

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Having discussed protest grounds you cannot or should not raise (here and here), we turn now to the first in a series of grounds that could result in a sustained protest: Latent Ambiguities and Non-Apparent Solicitation Defects. We’ve previously noted the rule that, to challenge the terms of a solicitation, a protester generally must do […]
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