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Judicial Review of Government Contractor Suspensions

In recent years, the U.S. government has exercised enhanced scrutiny over federal contractors through, among other things, the increased use of its suspension and debarment remedies – fueled in part by reports of contractor...more

Five Cost/Price Evaluation Lessons From Recent Bid Protest Decisions

by Pepper Hamilton LLP on

Introduction - In this era of sequestration and decreased defense spending, paying close attention to cost and price issues is of paramount importance to contractors submitting proposals to the federal government. Nine...more

Non-Protestable Task Order Procurement Decision Shuts Out Incumbent Contractor

A recent decision by the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (“COFC”) serves as a reminder on the limits a contractor faces in protesting task and delivery order awards. In MORI Associates, Inc. v. United States, No. 13-671C (2013),...more

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

by Holland & Knight LLP on

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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