Welcome to the weekly online journal focused entirely on GAO Bid Protests of Federal Government contract awards brought to you by the Government Contracts Practice Group at General Counsel, P.C.. This site will be updated at least once a week with analysis and summaries of the latest GAO Bid Protest decisions and information to help professionals and business owners make informed decisions on protesting a contract solicitation or award.

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Delivery Order jurisdiction Archive

  • Link: GAO Opinion Agency: Department of the Army Disposition: Protest dismissed. Keywords: Delivery order jurisdiction General Counsel P.C. Highlight: Protester that holds the same ID/IQ contract as the awardee may not protest the award of a delivery order under the ID/IQ as being outside of...

    LaBarge Products, Inc., B-402280, January 19, 2010

    Link: GAO Opinion Agency: Department of the Army Disposition: Protest dismissed. Keywords: Delivery order jurisdiction General Counsel P.C. Highlight: Protester that holds the same ID/IQ contract as the awardee may not protest the award of a delivery order under the ID/IQ as being outside of...

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  • Link:         GAO Opinion Agency:    U.S. Army Materiel Command Disposition:  Protest dismissed. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ GAO Digest: GAO does not have jurisdiction to consider protest challenging agency’s decision to issue three separate delivery orders for body armor plates where each of the delivery orders is valued below the...

    Armorworks Enterprises, LLC, B-401671.3, November 6, 2009

    Link:         GAO Opinion Agency:    U.S. Army Materiel Command Disposition:  Protest dismissed. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ GAO Digest: GAO does not have jurisdiction to consider protest challenging agency’s decision to issue three separate delivery orders for body armor plates where each of the delivery orders is valued below the...

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  • Link:         GAO Opinion Agency:    Department of the Army Disposition:  Protest denied. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ GAO Digest: Protest that agency improperly obtained items outside the scope of a multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is denied where the item is reasonably encompassed by the contract at issue. General Counsel P.C. Highlight:...

    Outdoor Venture Corporation, B-401628, October 2, 2009

    Link:         GAO Opinion Agency:    Department of the Army Disposition:  Protest denied. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ GAO Digest: Protest that agency improperly obtained items outside the scope of a multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract is denied where the item is reasonably encompassed by the contract at issue. General Counsel P.C. Highlight:...

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  • Link: GAO Opinion Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Disposition: Protests denied. GAO Digest: Agency’s cancellation of solicitations for parts was reasonable where the agency discovered that obtaining one of the parts under an existing contract would be more advantageous to the government than continuing with the...

    Lasmer Industries, Inc., B-400866.2, B-400916.2, B-401046, March 30, 2009

    Link: GAO Opinion Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Disposition: Protests denied. GAO Digest: Agency’s cancellation of solicitations for parts was reasonable where the agency discovered that obtaining one of the parts under an existing contract would be more advantageous to the government than continuing with the...

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