Recent decision from the GAO serves as an important reminder to contractors that, while agencies typically have broad discretion in determining the scope of any corrective actions they take, contractors may nonetheless challenge an agency’s corrective action if its scope is unreasonably narrow.
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GAO to Incumbents You still have to submit a well written proposal. GAO Signals to Incumbents that a Well Written Proposal is Still Required By: David Warner Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on facebook Share on email Share on print XTec, Inc decision shows that the GAO is rejecting “incumbent-itis” . In XTec, Inc.,… Read more »
By William Weisberg, Esq., So, I was asking myself, what about government contracts drives me up a wall? More particularly, what is most frustrating to me, as a practicing procurement lawyer? Easy: debriefings. We (at least contractor “we”) have participated in debriefings where the government “script” was some variation on: “Your proposal was terrible. Here… Read more »