Navigating Bid Protests


In this presentation:

- Filing a Bid Protest: Who, Where, When, & What

- Common Protest Grounds

- Deciding Whether to Protest

- Understanding the Bid Protest Process

- Q&A

- Excerpt from Filing a Bid Protest: Who, Where, When, & What:

- You must be an “interested party” to file a bid protest

- Generally, an interested party is:

- A disappointed offeror

- A prospective offeror - You must have a direct economic interest affected by the award or failure to award a contract

- You may not be an interested party if you are not next in line for award

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