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Cancelling Solicitation Can Be Abuse of Discretion

Posted by Daniel McAuliffe on Mar 14, 2017 10:41:34 AM

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Can an Agency Extend an Incumbent's Contract Without Justification?

The GAO has ruled that cancelling solicitations and extending contracts with an incumbent, requires a good reason. In the Matter of:  Walker Development & Trading Group, Inc., File:  B-413924, dated January 12, 2017, the GAO sustained the protest of a VA decision to extend the award of an $10 million indefinite‑delivery/ indefinite-quantity (IDIQ), fixed‑priced contract for laundry services.

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Topics: Bid Protests, Government Procurement, bid protest, bid protest attorneys, federal bid protest, government contracts attorney

Advanced Photon Falls Short For Small Business Research Funds Award

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Dec 30, 2014 3:09:14 PM

Bid protests for research funds award

On Tuesday, the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) denied Advanced Photon Applications’ (“APA”) bid protest. APA took exception to the Department of the Army’s decision not to award it Phase I research funds under the Department of Defense’s (“DOD”) Small Business Innovation Research funds program.

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Topics: Bid Protests, Government Procurement, GAO, bid protest, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest lawyer, federal bid protest, government accountability office, government contracting, government contracts attorney, research funds

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