A contractor didn’t read the PWS, then attempted to recover damages for alleged government delays. It didn’t go well, as seen in a recent ASBCA decision.
The GAO lacks jurisdiction to decide bid protests of U.S. Mint procurements, according to a recent GAO bid protest decision.
When an agency opens discussions with offerors, those discussions must be fair.
In a recent decision, GAO recommended the reopening of competition for a contract worth up to $283 million based, in part, on a finding that an agency had engaged in misleading and unequal discussions.
A contractor’s performance schedule, measured in “days,” meant calendar days under the general definition established in FAR 2.101, according to a recent ASBCA
The ASBCA sustained a contractor’s claim for damages resulting from the government’s negligence in taking care of boats leased from the contractor.
A mandatory arbitration agreement with an employee or independent contractor may be prohibited in relation to certain government contracts, as seen in a recent
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GAO denied a protest where offeror’s proposed product did not meet agency’s salient characteristics–should the offeror have filed a pre-award protest?
A contractor submitted its proposal by email, and received an email receipt–but the email receipt wasn’t enough to prove the agency got the proposal.
An 8(a) Program participant was terminated from the 8(a) Program for failing to timely provide its SBA 8(a) annual review forms, and the termination was upheld