Category Archives: Bid Protest Jurisdiction

When Does a GAO’s Communication with One Offeror Rise to the Level of “Unequal Discussion”?

Created June 2014: Marathon Medical Corporation Sometimes the GAO will sustain a protest where it is found that the agency improperly held discussions with one offeror and not the other. Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) §15.306 describes a range of exchanges that may take place between an agency and an offeror during negotiated procurements. But, it is important...
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In Matter of AeroSage LLC, AeroSage, LLC “AeroSage” protested the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Prisons

Posted August 2014 In Matter of AeroSage LLC, AeroSage, LLC “AeroSage” protested the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Prisons (“DOJ”) award to another bidder, under a request for quotations (RFQ) for next day delivery of 6,000 gallons of unleaded fuel for the Federal Prison in Florida. Protester argued that it was improperly denied the award. The...
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