Bid Protests Jurisdiction

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GAO Clarifies Task Order Protest Jurisdictional Issues

At first blush, the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s recent decision in Goldbelt Glacier Health Services LLC (Feb. 6. 2015) appears to be a run-of-the-mill denial of a protester’s request for reconsideration. But, a...more

GAO and COFC Task Order Jurisdiction – To Count or Not To Count Option Periods

Jurisdiction of the GAO and the Court of Federal Claims to hear task order protests is limited to protest of awards over $10 million. How one defines whether a task order is over or under the $10 million threshold is subject...more

Bid Protests - Seven Things Every Contractor Should Know

In this presentation: - Success of GAO bid protests - Things you didn’t know you can protest (but can) - The importance of intervention - What must be protested prior to award - The...more

Limited Remedies For Concession-Contract Protesters

In a pair of recent decisions, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims clarified the source of its jurisdiction over bid protest actions that involve pure concession contracts as well as the scope of potential relief available to...more

Federal Circuit Decision Makes it Easier for Contract Awardees to Protest Unwarranted Agency Corrective Action

Until recently, one of the "conventional wisdoms" about GAO bid protest practice was that agencies had almost unfettered (and unreviewable) discretion to take corrective action....more

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