COFC Splits with GAO on IDIQ Awardee’s Standing to Protest Additional Awards
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- The Court of Federal Claims signaled recently, in a split with Government Accountability Office (GAO) case law, that the court would entertain a bid protest brought by an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract awardee challenging an agency’s decision to award additional contracts under... ›
GAO’s Timeliness Rules: A Hobson’s Choice for Government Contractors
By: Sandeep N. NandivadaGAO’s timeliness rules are notoriously rigid. Any protest not based on solicitation improprieties must be filed within 10 days after the basis of the protest is known or should have been known, or within 10 days after a requested and required debriefing. 4 C.F.R.... ›