As every Government contractor knows, “late is late,” and a proposal received after the time set for receipt of proposals is ineligible for award—or is it? At the Government Accountability Office, an agency’s discretion to extend a solicitation’s due date may continue even after the solicitation closes. But at least one judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims has a different perspective from GAO, and the court’s view, correct or not, might influence your choice of forum in a bid protest.
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