June 26, 2020

A recent Government Accountability Office ("GAO") bid protest decision provides a cautionary reminder for protesters concerning interested party status. Where a protester fails to challenge an evaluation decision rendering the protester ineligible for award, GAO will likely conclude that the protester is not an interested party and will dismiss the protest.

InBabel Street, Inc., B-418730, June 16, 2020, the protester challenged the Air Force's evaluation and awa...

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