Tag Archives: Florida Bid Protests

Defend Yourself! Contract Awardees Should Intervene In Bid Protests.

Most of the posts I write on bid protests are written from the protester’s point of view. Recently, however, I was asked by a contract awardee whether he should intervene in a protest challenging his award. The short answer to awardees in that situation is “Yes, if keeping the contract is important to you.” CONTINUE READING...

I Would Have Bid on That! Challenging Out of Scope Modifications to Existing Government Contracts

Florida’s First District Court of Appeals just held in Asphalt Paving Sys., Inc. v. Anderson Columbia, No. 1D18-2035 (Fla. 1st DCA Feb. 18, 2019) that prospective bidders have standing to file bid protests challenging out-of-scope modifications to existing government contracts. CONTINUE READING...

Buy Low! Businesses Need Not Bid On County-Owned Lands in Florida

Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals recently opened up whole new possibilities for Florida-county-level business incentives in Matheson v. Miami-Dade Cnty. CONTINUE READING...