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Small Business Set-Asides: When The “Rule Of Two” Becomes The “Rule Of One” – SmallGovCon

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An agency isn’t required to cancel a small business set-aside solicitation when it becomes aware that only one small business is likely to submit an offer.

Source: Small Business Set-Asides: When The “Rule Of Two” Becomes The “Rule Of One” – SmallGovCon

Bankruptcy Pending, But Contractor Still Wins Award – SmallGovCon

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A company about to enter bankruptcy was eligible to win a federal contract because the agency considered the relevant information in its responsibility

Source: Bankruptcy Pending, But Contractor Still Wins Award – SmallGovCon

Termination For Default: The “No Reasonable Likelihood” Standard – SmallGovCon

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While it is common practice to convert a default termination to a convenience termination, the outcome is hardly preordained.

Source: Termination For Default: The “No Reasonable Likelihood” Standard – SmallGovCon

Release of Claims: Contractor Signatory Must Have Authority – SmallGovCon

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A contractor may not be bound by a release of claims against the government when the person signing the release didn’t have appropriate authority

Source: Release of Claims: Contractor Signatory Must Have Authority – SmallGovCon

Offeror Unintentionally Files Size Protest, Confuses SBA OHA – SmallGovCon

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An unsuccessful offeror unintentionally filed a size protest by sending a letter to the Contracting Officer commenting on the awardee’s size.

Source: Offeror Unintentionally Files Size Protest, Confuses SBA OHA – SmallGovCon

Bottom-Line Price, Not Line-Item Price, Is Key for Price Reasonableness – SmallGovCon

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When I went out for pizza with my family the other night, the only number that mattered to me when I got the check was the bottom-line price. It didn’t matter to me what the price for each pizza or each lemonade was, as long as the total price was within my budget.

Source: Bottom-Line Price, Not Line-Item Price, Is Key for Price Reasonableness – SmallGovCon

VA Withdraws Proposed SDVOSB Regulatory Overhaul – SmallGovCon

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The VA has withdrawn a proposed overhaul of the VA SDVOSB and VOSB regulations; the next step is likely to be a joint proposed rule by the SBA and VA.

Source: VA Withdraws Proposed SDVOSB Regulatory Overhaul – SmallGovCon

SDVOSB vs. AbilityOne: Major Court Ruling Stayed Pending Appeal – SmallGovCon

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SDVOSBs vs. AbilityOne–which preference trumps for VA contracts is now the subject of a Court of Federal Claims Appeal, and the underlying decision is stayed.

Source: SDVOSB vs. AbilityOne: Major Court Ruling Stayed Pending Appeal – SmallGovCon

5 Things You Should Know: Debriefings – SmallGovCon

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Debriefings are a fundamental part of every solicitation. So it’s important for government contractors to understand what debriefings are, what they are not,

Source: 5 Things You Should Know: Debriefings – SmallGovCon

Failure to File Timely Comments Leads to Dismissed Protest – SmallGovCon

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GAO dismissed a protest where the comments on the agency report were not timely filed.

Source: Failure to File Timely Comments Leads to Dismissed Protest – SmallGovCon

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