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Get Your Foot In The Door: Why Federal Contractors Should Protest

In the federal arena firms do not have a right to their competitors’ proposals or the agency’s evaluation documents, making it difficult to know whether or not an award to a competitor was proper. However, as Andrew Schwartz explains, it is possible to prevail in a bid protest with only information learned after the protest itself has been filed. CONTINUE READING...

Part 3 of 3: What You Need to Know about Filing a GAO Protest before It’s Too Late

In this final post on the timeliness requirements of filing bid protests before the GAO, we’ll examine the timeliness requirements in filing protests that include “comments” and “supplemental protests.” CONTINUE READING...

Part 2 of 3: What You Need to Know about Filing a GAO Protest before It’s Too Late

In continuing last week’s post on the timeliness requirements of filing bid protests before the GAO, today we’ll cover the difference between the deadline for filing a bid protest and the deadline for obtaining an automatic stay of a contract to a competitor. CONTINUE READING...

What You Need to Know about Filing a GAO Protest before It’s Too Late

Andrew Schwartz examines the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)'s deadline requirements for a contractor submitting a challenge to the terms of an agency's solicitation in a procurement. CONTINUE READING...