On August 29, 2016, the Air Force issued an RFP seeking base operations support services at an Air Force Base in Mississippi. The solicitation advised offerors that the agency would award the contract “to the proposal with the lowest evaluated price from among those proposals evaluated to be acceptable.” The RFP further stated that the… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Bid Protests
In a decision publicly released on May 30, 2017, Alphaport Inc. – Reconsideration, B-414086.3 (May 23, 2017), the GAO denied a request for reconsideration regarding a nearly $25 million contract. The GAO originally denied Alphaport, Inc.’s bid protest challenging the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) award of a contract to Banner Quality Management, Inc…. Read more »
Recently, in the matter of SK Hart Properties LLC, the unsuccessful incumbent contractor for the General Services Administration’s office in Salt Lake City protested the Agency’s decision to use a “fixed tenant improvement allowance.” At its heart, the contractor submitted it does not need the full amount listed for improvements in the solicitation for the… Read more »
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.
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 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.
A protest against a NASA contract award was sustained because the awardee’s proposed professional compensation lacked a reasoned basis for being realistic.
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.
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 Dept. of Education procurement for student loan debt collection services resulted in 24 bid protests and a request for reconsideration, which was denied.