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February 2022 Bid Protest Roundup: Key Personnel Changes, Agency Computer Glitches, and Ambiguous Solicitations

Government Contracts Insights

07 Mar 2022

This month’s roundup considers three recent protests: (1) an important decision by the Court of Federal Claims rejecting controversial precedents of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) concerning key personnel unavailability; (2) a cautionary tale from the GAO, where an agency computer system prevented an offeror’s timely proposal from being considered; and (3) a protest that the Court of Federal Claims sustained due to a latently ambiguous solicitation after the GAO denied an earlier protest on exactly the same facts.

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