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Civilian Board of Contract Appeals Reversed–No Flagrant Disregard for Contract Terms

Posted by Daniel McAuliffe on Mar 16, 2015 12:28:02 PM

What Constitutes A Flagrant Disregard For Contract Terms?

Businesses that are government contractors are familiar with the government's enormous amount of discretion.  They are also familiar with the burden involved with convincing a court that the government's use of its discretion was wrong; but it happens – with good facts.

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Topics: Bid Protests, Appellate Law, Government Procurement, contract cancellation, flagrant disregard, government contracting, government contracts attorney, Government Contracts Law Firm, government procurement law

GAO Bid Protest-Significant Weakness

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Apr 21, 2014 3:43:31 PM

Does Your Bid Proposal have a "Significant Weakness?"

McGoldrick Construction Services Corporation March 28, 2014

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Topics: Bid Protests, Government Procurement, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest attorneys, bid protest lawyer, contract cancellation, GAO attorney, GAO bid protest, GAO bid protest timing, government accountability office, government contracting, government contracts attorney, government procurement law, when to file gao bid protest

SBA Bid Protest-SDVOSB Joint Venture Agreement

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Mar 15, 2014 5:09:43 PM

What information must a joint venture agreement contain when an SDVOSB is involved?

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Topics: SBA Bid Protest, Bid Protests, Government Procurement, sdvosb, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest attorneys, bid protest lawyer, contract cancellation, government accountability office, government contracting, government contracts attorney, government procurement law, Joint Venture Agreement, SBA attorney, SBA bid protest timing, when can I file my SBA bid protest

GAO Protest-Realism Analysis

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Mar 9, 2014 11:17:55 PM

When the Agency Decides to Perform and Price/Cost Realism Analysis

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Topics: Bid Protests, Government Procurement, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest attorneys, bid protest lawyer, contract cancellation, GAO attorney, GAO bid protest, GAO bid protest timing, government accountability office, government contracting, government contracts attorney, government procurement law, when to file gao bid protest

GAO Bid Protest-Agency's Evaluation of Subcontractor Past Performance was Reasonable

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Mar 6, 2014 11:49:25 PM

Can an Agency Evaluate the Past Performance of a Key Subcontractor?

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Topics: Bid Protests, Government Procurement, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest attorneys, bid protest lawyer, contract cancellation, GAO attorney, GAO bid protest, GAO bid protest timing, government accountability office, government contracting, government contracts attorney, government procurement law, when to file gao bid protest

GAO Protest-Debarment and Compelling Reason

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Mar 2, 2014 9:07:17 PM

Government Accountability Office Protest-GAO Determines that Debarment Issues do not fall in its jurisdiction

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Topics: Bid Protests, Debarment, Government Procurement, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest attorneys, bid protest lawyer, contract cancellation, Debarment, GAO attorney, GAO bid protest, GAO bid protest timing, government accountability office, government contracting, government contracts attorney, government procurement law, when to file gao bid protest

GAO Bid Protest-Waiver of Discrepancies

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Feb 25, 2014 11:32:36 PM

C&D Construction's GAO Bid Protest against RUSH Construction

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Can Your SDVOSB Status Survive Death?

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Dec 11, 2013 9:53:25 PM

The US Court of Federal Claims Rules that SDVOSB Status Can Survive Veteran Owner's Death

On November 26, 2013, the US Court of Federal Claims heard an appeal from a the son of a veteran business owner after a contracting officer working for the defendant, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, issued a "determination of non-responsibility," proposed a debarment, and finally canceled the solicitation. [button link="http://www.uscfc.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/BRADEN.NEIE120613.pdf" style="download" color="red" bg_color="red" border="black" window="yes"]Down Load this Case[/button]

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