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In Bid Protest, Solicitation Requirements Matter. Sigmatech's $20+ Million Setback

Posted by Daniel McAuliffe on Dec 21, 2014 6:40:49 PM

GAO rules that solicitation requirements is all that matters in bid protest situation.

Recently , the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) released its report denying Sigmatech Inc.’s bid protest regarding its bid to supply the Department of the Army (“the Army”) with programmatic support services. Sigmatech took issue when the Army ultimately awarded the $20 million contract to Total Computer Solutions, Inc. (“TCSI”).

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Topics: Bid Protests, Government Procurement, bid protest, Bid Protest attorney, bid protest attorneys, bid protest lawyers, GAO bid protest, gao bid protest attorney, GAO bid protests, government contracts attorney, solicitation requirements

Not an Interested Party! The Problem With Third Party Bid Protests

Posted by Joseph Whitcomb on Dec 20, 2014 11:56:44 PM

Why can only an interested party file a bid protest?

Recently, the General Accounting Office (“GAO”) dismissed Latvian Connection, LLC’s bid protest because the GAO determined that Latvian Connections was not an “interested party.”

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Topics: Bid Protests, Government Procurement, Bid Protest attorney, gao bid protest attorney, government contracts attorney, Government Contracts Law Firm, interested party

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