The Trump Administration begins government shutdown preparations while GSA continues to receive harsh criticism on the Transactional Data Reporting program.
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The GAO recently denied a request for reimbursing the costs of filing a bid protest where corrective action was delayed in a clearly meritorious protest.
As spring approaches, it’s a good time to clean up items in your GSA Schedule contract including the Commercial Price List, Basis of Award, and IFF Reports.
In a pre-award protest, Fluor Federal Solutions alleged that a Navy solicitation was ambiguous and wanted to have the Navy release Fluor’s proprietary data.
A new FAR rule will allow certain prime small businesses to subcontract to similarly situated firms and not count towards the 50% subcontracted work limit.
A Dept. of Education procurement for student loan debt collection services resulted in 24 bid protests and a request for reconsideration, which was denied.
The week of Equal Pay Day is a good time for contractors to examine their pay practices to ensure observed pay disparities have legitimate differentiators.
The GAO recently denied a bid protest due to the protestor’s failure to submit a signed JV agreement which rendered a proposal technically unacceptable.
GSA Federal Acquisition Service is refreshing all Multiple Award Schedules to incorporate provision and clause changes into solicitations and contracts.
The GAO denied a protest challenging the rejection of a proposal where the contractor had failed to provide three past performance questionnaires.