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Fair Opportunity Complaints on Task and Delivery Orders

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Last week, the General Services Administration (“GSA”) issued a final rule amending the General Services Administration Acquisition Regulation (“GSAR”) to clarify that the ordering-agency task and delivery order ombudsman has...more

GAO Loses Jurisdiction Over Task Order Protests Valued at More Than $10 Million

Government contractors hoping to challenge a civilian agency’s award of a task or delivery order may be out of luck, at least temporarily. Prior to September 30, 2016, the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) had...more

Can a MAC Awardee Protest Another Contractor on the Same IDIQ?

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While traditionally a bid protest involves a losing offeror challenging the award of a contract to another offeror, occasionally winning offerors on a multiple award contract (MAC) have sought to challenge the government’s...more

As GSA FAS Struggles To Reinvent Itself; Contractors Suffer

The last year has been a tough one for the GSA Multiple Award Schedules (“MAS”) program. The Federal Acquisition Service (“FAS”) – the agency charged with administering the MAS program – has struggled to re-invent itself and...more

Another Option for Speedy Relief from an Adverse Agency Action

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A recent and novel decision by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) could have broader implications for small business contractors that hold federal supply schedule and multiple award contracts. ...more

SBA Issues Final Rules on the Use of Set-Asides for Multiple Award Contracts

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On October 2, 2013, SBA issued its long-anticipated final rule addressing the use of set-asides on multiple award contracts and clarifying the regulations on bundling and contract consolidation. The final rule implements...more

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