August 20, 2016

With shrinking budgets and fewer government contracts being awarded, capture and proposal teams carry a heavy burden in such a competitive market. The success or failure of government contractors–winning or losing contracts–can sometimes rest upon answers to hypotheticals.  One thorny task commonly set forth in some RFPs is a call to present a solution to a hypothetical scenario.  While your answer to a hypothetical may seem straightforward, proposal teams should be aware that everything you wri...

May 10, 2016

Last December, the U.S. Government Accountability Office ("GAO") submitted its Bid Protest Annual Report to Congress for Fiscal Year 2015.  In that report, and in its annual reports since 2013, GAO summarized the most prevalent grounds for sustaining bid protests. [1]  It is important for government contractors to understand how to use this information.  In doing so, contractors will be in a better position to obtain agency corrective action or to have their bid protest sustained by GAO. [2]...

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Welcome to GovConJudicata an informational blog/website focusing on government contracts issues, including bid protests (e.g., GAO, COFC), claims, disputes, SBA matters, compliance, regulatory, and cyber (e.g., DFARS, NIST SP 800-171, CMMC).

GovConJudicata is published by Joshua Duvall, managing partner at Matross Edwards, a law firm providing government contracts and cybersecurity legal services to small and mid-sized businesses.

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