What

is a bid protest?

A bid protest can ensure your proposal gets a fair chance or an opportunity to defend your award. An experienced attorney will maximize success.

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Who

can file a protest?

Before the award, any potential bidder. Afterward, an interested party.

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Why

should you file a protest?

If there’s reason to believe that either the proposal itself, or the evaluation of bids was unfair or didn’t comply with the law.

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When

must you file?

PRE-AWARD: You can challenge the terms of the proposal any time prior to the contract award.
POST AWARD: A post-award protest must be filed WITHIN TEN DAYS of notification of the award.

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Where

can you file?

AGENCY: You can file a protest with the awarding agency.
GAO: This is usually the best place to file, but has a better chance of success with a Bid Protest Attorney
COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS PROTEST: The highest authority.

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