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March 2022 Bid Protest Roundup: Delayed Debriefings, Conflicts of Interest, and Insufficient Documentation

Government Contracts Insights

08 Apr 2022

This month’s Bid Protest Roundup covers two recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) decisions and a decision from the Court of Federal Claims. All involve defense procurements, but each offers a unique lesson for offerors and government procurement professionals. This Roundup features a protester that fell victim to a timeliness trap by postponing debriefing, an unsuccessful challenge to an agency’s organizational conflict of interest (OCI) determinations, and an agency’s defeat due to an inadequately documented past performance evaluation.

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