Infinity Software Development v. the Florida DOE & Microsoft

Reccomended Order that set aside a contract award to Microsoft in favor of my Client, affirmed by the Agency

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On a multimillion dollar contract, a Florida Agency, the Department of Education, had done a Notice of Intent to Award a Contract to Microsoft pursuant to an ITN( Invitation to Negotiate). My Client chose to file a bid protest, and after a full administrative hearing, the intended award to Microsoft was set aside for their failure to comply with the terms of the ITN, and Agency entered a final order awarding the contract to my client. This was a fast breaking case, in that all the discovery and pleading had to be done on a very expedited schedule, since the full trial was held less than three weeks after the bid protest was sent to the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 11th Circuit, Florida | United States


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