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LESSONS LEARNED FROM PROTESTS INVOLVING “LATE” PROPOSALS -

Most, if not all, proposals for government contracts are submitted electronically, whether by email or through a third party-website, such as FedConnect. However, electronic submission of proposals can face stumbling blocks due to website crashes, server blockages, and even user error. Bid protests in recent years have shed light on some of the issues with electronic proposal submission that can result in an offeror’s proposal being deemed untimely even when submitted on time. These protests provide some lessons of what to do to ensure your proposal is timely, and what not to do.

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