1 edition of PROTEST OF GSA BID REJECTION... B-270763, 156128... U.S. GAO... JANUARY 16, 1996. found in the catalog.
PROTEST OF GSA BID REJECTION... B-270763, 156128... U.S. GAO... JANUARY 16, 1996.
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A firm protested the General Services Administration's (GSA) rejection of its bid for hand tools asserting that the contracting officer improperly determined that its bid was nonresponsive.
The solicitation specified that a bid would be rejected unless it was clear from the bid that the parts fully conformed to the specifications.
Penciled notations on the protester's bid left it unclear as. A firm protested the General Services Administration's rejection of its bid.
GAO held that the protester untimely filed its protest more than 10 days after it knew the basis of protest. Accordingly, the protest was dismissed. A firm protested the rejection of its bid and the award of a contract to any other firm under an invitation for bids (IFB) issued by the General Services Administration (GSA) for the procurement of electric clocks.
GSA rejected the protester's low bid as nonresponsive. The IFB specified that each 1996. book be provided with a three-conductor cord, including an equipment. A firm protested the General Services Administrations' (GSA) rejection of its bid under a multiple award schedule contract, because it failed to offer the exact type of items specified in the solicitation.
The protester contended that it previously held contracts for the same items which GSA now rejects; however, GAO found that the protester's product does not meet the. A firm protested the rejection of its bid by the General Services Administration.
The solicitation limited competition to firms supplying products manufactured in the United States. The protester contended that, although its product was manufactured overseas, it was tested, processed, and packaged in the United States. [i] For a more detailed discussion of the GAO bid protest process, see U.S.
Government Accountability Office. Bid Protests at GAO: A Descriptive Guide. (Publication No. GAOSP). It is a beautiful Friday afternoon. As you are sitting at your desk daydreaming about your vacation plans for next week, you receive a fax from your most.
D,QN, Protective Services, Inc. protests the rejection of its bids as nonresponsive under invitation for bids (IFB) Nos. GSPDRB () and GSPDRB (), issued on a total small business set-aside basis by the General Services Administration (GSA) to acquire secur-ity guard services at various locations.
D.O.N. argues. The Government Accountability Office has been publishing its annual bid protest statistics report to Congress since fiscal year That year GAO received 2, new protests and closed 2, For FYGAO reports that it received 2, new protests and closed 2, Given the changes in contract law and the significant increase in expenditures.
On January 3,Continental Services filed bid protest at the General Accountability Office (“GAO”). Compl. at Because Continental Services filed a bid protest in the GAO within five days of receiving a debriefing, the bid protest triggered an automatic stay of the performance, pursuant to 31 U.S.C.
§ (d)(3)(A), (4)(B). Canon U.S.A., Inc. requests reconsideration of our decision in Canon U.S.A., Inc., B, Dec. 2,CPD 91in which we denied its protest against the rejection of its bid as nonresponsive on various line items under invitation for bids (IFB) No.
FCGE-BS, issued by the General Services Administration (GSA), for the. U.S. Aerospace, Inc., B, B, Oct. 6,CPD at 10 n The rationale underlying strict application of the late proposal rules is to prevent even the slightest possibility of any offeror gaining an unfair competitive advantage by being able to make material changes in its offer after the cutoff date and time.
16 U.S.C. a: Sale of timber at appraised value: National Park Service Concessions Management Improvement Act of(16 U.S.C. § ) 16 U.S.C. Award of concessions contracts: Randolph-Sheppard Act 20 U.S.C. § Randolph-Sheppard Act. Gorod Shtor then filed its protest on March Gorod Shtor was presumably acting under the belief that a protest could be timely filed within 10 days of the date of the debriefing, pursuant to 4 C.F.R.
§ (a)(2). However, the bid protest regulations state that day post-debriefing filing period applies when only a debriefing is required. We made it. Today, the Fox Rothschild Federal Government Contracts & Procurement Blog concludes our ten-part series on Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) bid protests with Part Automatic Performance Stays.
The whole series is now available to review: Parts 1 (Who May File a Bid Protest), 2 (Protest Parties), 3 (What May Be Protested), 4 (Protest. Today, I am continuing with the Fox Rothschild Federal Government Contracts & Procurement Blog’s part series on Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) bid protests.
In Part 4, we tackle the all-important question of Protest Timing. To get you up to speed on earlier posts in the series, here are some links to Parts 1, 2, and 3. An information technology contractor has dropped two bid protests of a contract possibly worth $ million to supply the U.S.
Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Agency for International. protests were not enacted until the mids, the GAO has been hearing bid protests since the s James F.
Nagle and Adam K. Lasky practice law with Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker LLP, Seattle, Washing-ton. This article is an expanded discussion of GAO bid protests from their chapter on bid protests in Federal Government Construction File Size: KB.
Understanding Government Bid Protests Jen Clement January 9, Bidding on a government contract is usually a long undertaking for most vendors – one that costs several hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in time in resources spent researching, evaluating prospects, writing, and finally submitting a proposal.
On Decemthe U.S. Government Accountability Office released the GAO Bid Protest Annual Report to Congress for Fiscal Year By SEAN MILANI-NIA at AMAuthor: SEAN MILANI-NIA.
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Inc. 5th Street San Francisco, CA Subject: Bid Protest Decision Emergency Care Alts, S Project Number, University of California, San Francisco. STG fights for lost $M HUD contract. STG Inc. has filed a second bid protest after losing an incumbent contract for the second time. In the fall, STG filed a protest .Government agencies have ample discretion when it comes to corrective action in response to a bid protest.
A recent GAO bid protest shows that contractors must tread lightly when it comes to challenging that discretion. Unlike negotiations in the private sector, power plays against the government can end in lost contracting opportunities.
HP, STG, Lockheed net bid protest victories. Three companies in two separate cases are getting second chances to win prime contracts after the government decided to pull back the awards in question.