Court of Federal Claims Jurisdiction Over Non-Procurement Protests

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In a recent Court of Federal Claims decision (Ozdemir v. United States, 89 Fed. Cl. 631 (2009)), Judge Damich clarified the Court's jurisdiction over protests of solicitations and awards of contracts other than procurement contracts. In a time when the government is pumping out vast sums for economic recovery through a number of formal vehicles (grants, etc.), this remedy could become increasingly important to those frustrated in their dealings with the federal government.

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