Agencies Must Not Delay Evaluating the Merits of Protests, Says GAO | SmallGovCon – Government Contracts Law Blog

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It is decently well established that GAO will recommend protesters be reimbursed for protest related costs when an agency unduly delays in taking prompt corrective action. In a recent GAO decision, however, the Navy argued the question of undue delay should be evaluated from the time the Navy fully understood the extent of its error, not the initiation of the protest.

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