April 18, 2019

Incumbent contractors should heed this GAO decision regarding the reasonableness of an agency's upward adjustment of the protester's (the incumbent) proposed labor rates.

Here, the protester argued that the agency's cost realism analysis was flawed because the agency upwardly adjusted its costs (in 5 of 13 labor categories), which were the protester's same rates charged to the government during the incumbent contract. Despite that fact, the agency adjusted the rates because they were "below the...

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