GovConJudicata 2020: Thank You for Your Readership!
66 GCJ Posts + 40 Weekly Debriefs = 106 Pieces of Content for Government Contractors and the GovCon Industry!
It was a busy year for GovConJudicata – we hit our goal of averaging two posts per week! That is a lot of news, insights, and legal analysis for the government contracting space. We hope you enjoyed reading.
We're looking forward to 2021, so stay tuned and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for the latest updates.
Thank you for your readership and Happy New Year!
ICYMI – Below are some posts from 2020:
4 Takeaways: GAO Bid Protest Annual Report to Congress for FY 2020
NAICS Code Appeal Provides Cautionary Reminder on Timeliness
SBA Rule Fixes Joint Venture Facility Security Clearance Issue, DoD Says Not So Fast
GAO Sustains Pre-Award Protest Where Evaluation Criteria and Adjectival Ratings Conflict
New SBA Rule: Potential Game Changer for Teaming (JV & Prime/Sub)
GAO: Key Person Unavailability Can't Be Rooted in a Non-Compete
Where Your Proposed Key Person is "Pursuing Another Offer," Let it Be
Cyber Math: A Note on NIST SP 800-171 DoD Assessment Scoring
GAO: Protester's Failure to Challenge Rating That Rendered its Proposal Ineligible Sinks Protest
GAO: Solicitations Must Be Sufficiently Detailed So Offerors Can Bid Intelligently
COFC: Protesters Must Follow SBA's Procedures Before Lodging a Size Protest at the Court
COVID-19 and Unsolicited Proposals: Protecting Your Confidential Information
Federal Circuit: Contractor's Change to its Operating Agreement Dooms SDVOSB Status
Just Released: DoD Instruction 5200.48, Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)
Quick Take on Two Protests: Jurisdictional Quagmire for Protesting OTA Awards
"So-What" Defense Prevails: Virginia Contractor's Agency-Wide Non-Compete is Unenforceable
GAO Sustains Protest Where Awardee Misrepresented the Availability of Incumbent's Employee
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