A bid protest can ensure your proposal gets a fair chance or an opportunity to defend your award. An experienced attorney will maximize success.
Before the award, any potential bidder. Afterward, an interested party.
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.
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.
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.
WHERE SHOULD YOU FILE
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