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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Topics:  Bid Protests, Federal Contractors

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Government Contracting Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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