Protest Of GSA Contract Award For Penthouse Construction ... U.S.GAO ... October 13, 1995.
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Protest Of GSA Contract Award For Penthouse Construction ... U.S.GAO ... October 13, 1995.

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A firm protested the award of any contract for cutlery and food handling tools under a solicitation issued by the General Services Administration (GSA). The protester objected to the procurement, because it did not receive a copy of the invitation for bids and, therefore, did not have an opportunity to submit a bid. On this basis, the protester requested that GSA cancel the solicitation and. A firm protested a General Services Administration (GSA) contract award for conversion and sustainment engineering services, contending that: (1) GSA improperly evaluated the awardee's bid prices; (2) the solicitation's cost evaluation method permitted bidders to improperly buy-in and later recover costs through fixed-price delivery orders; and (3) GSA failed to comply with the Service. A firm protested any award of a contract to another firm under a solicitation for floor care products. According to the protester, its competitor was in violation of the Robinson-Patman Act, because it lowered its prices for the solicited items by amounts which were more than business conditions warranted. The protester alleged that this was done to destroy the protester's ability to compete.   A GSA Schedule contractor certainly can protest award of a Schedule order placed against that Schedule to the agency issuing that order, to GAO, or to the Court of Federal Claims. Note here that the GSA Schedule contract PCO has nothing to do with Schedule order protests or other disputes not relating to the Schedule contract terms and.

  Compete for Contracts. GWAC Contracts Non Schedule-Based Contracts Schedules Solicitation Subcontracting. If It's a GWAC Contract: and you want to be in the pool of selected prime contractors, you must respond to the solicitation (typically an RFP or RFQ) before the deadline. Awarded Contracts & Closed Bids. The County of Alameda, General Services Agency is pleased to provide closed bid and contract award information for the current calendar year listed below alphabetically by contract type. Each listing was originally posted as an open procurement on the County Current Contracting Opportunities website. Please. On J , HP protested the award of a task order to CACI, Inc. The task order was issued by GSA, but it required the delivery of IT support services to DoD. GSA took corrective action soon thereafter, and the protest was dismissed as academic. On Octo , GSA informed HP that it had again selected CACI for award. “pre-award or post-award bid protest injunction cases,” in See Table G-2A, U.S. Court of Federal Claims—Cases Filed, Terminated, and Pending for the Month Period Ending Septem .

  Less than two weeks since missing out on the Department of Defense’s $ billion Defense Enterprise Office Solutions back-office cloud contract, Perspecta has filed a protest against the award. Perspecta Enterprise Solutions LLC filed its post-award bid protest of DEOS with the Government Accountability Office, according to a spokesperson with the General Services Administration. GSA Awards Contract Acquisition Life-cycle Management (CALM) System Task Order: 05/18/ GSA Awards Alliant 2 Joint Warfighter Task Order: 05/14/ GSA Awards Enhanced Leasing Support Services Contract - GLS Plus: 05/13/ GSA Unveils Enhanced Digital Experience for Cloud Information Center: 05/07/   The Government Accountability Office has been publishing its annual bid protest statistics report to Congress since fiscal year That year GAO received 2, new protests and closed 2, For FY , GAO reports that it received 2, new protests and closed 2, Given the changes in contract law and the significant increase in expenditures on federal contracts over the .   Subpart - Protests. Protests to VA. (a) Agency nt to FAR (d)(4), an interested party may protest to the contracting officer or, as an alternative, may request an independent review at a level above the contracting officer as provided in this interested party may also appeal to VA a contracting officer’s decision on a protest.