Laws and Regulations Affecting Government Contractors

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Government contractors wondering whether and when they can protest military and civilian task and delivery orders should be aware of recent changes in the law affecting a party’s right to protest before the General Accounting Office (“GAO”). As a result of recently enacted legislation, bidders or other interested parties can now go back to the GAO to protest civilian agency task and delivery orders in excess of $10 million, as well as military task and delivery orders in excess of $25 million.

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