A recent bid protest on a highly praised proposal serves as a cautionary tale for providing exactly how a contractor plans to complete the scope of work.
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A little over 100 days in, a funny thing appears to be happening on the way to the dumpster fire which is purportedly the Trump Administration – governance.
In its May decision, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) denied a bid protest despite agreement the contract award was all but a tossup in the end.
The Ninth Circuit ruled that a female’s prior salary can be a “factor other than sex,” justifying a pay disparity between similar male and female employees.
The Federal Circuit reversed a legal fee award in bid protest to a contractor because the agency took corrective action before it was decided in court.
EO 13793 directs the Department of Veterans Affairs to establish an Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection in effort to regain public trust.
A protest against a NASA contract award was sustained because the awardee’s proposed professional compensation lacked a reasoned basis for being realistic.
The Trump Administration begins government shutdown preparations while GSA continues to receive harsh criticism on the Transactional Data Reporting program.
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.