May 27, 2020

Recent Government Accountability Office ("GAO") bid protest decision reiterates the rule that agencies must provide enough information in a solicitation so offerors can bid intelligently. Where a protester challenges a solicitation that lacks sufficient detail and runs afoul of this rule (and others), GAO will likely sustain the protest.

The protest of ASRC Federal Data Network Technologies, LLC; Ekagra Partners, LLC, B-418085.4; B-418085.5; B-418085.7, May 5, 2020 i...

March 8, 2017

Losing a federal procurement opportunity can be a difficult time for government contractors. Nonetheless, if the procurement effort is conducted under FAR Part 15 or for qualifying task and delivery orders, the agency is required to provide contractors with a debriefing. [1] Debriefings provide unsuccessful offerors and awardees with specific minimal information pertaining to the procurement that is not otherwise prohibited. [2] At a basic level, debriefings may assist contractors in understandi...

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