1 edition of Protest Of Air Force Solicitation... 154342, B-261305... U.S. GAO... May 10, 1995. found in the catalog.
Protest Of Air Force Solicitation... 154342, B-261305... U.S. GAO... May 10, 1995.
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A firm protested an Air Force solicitation, contending that the Air Force used the wrong standard industrial classification (SIC) code. GAO held that it would not consider the protest, since the Small Business Administration had sole jurisdiction to review the Air Force's SIC code selection.
A firm protested certain solicitation requirements in an invitation for bids issued by the Air Force for the repair or replacement of steam mains at an Air Force facility.
The protester contended that the requirements were not in accordance with certain Federal specifications. GAO stated that a contracting agency has broad discretion in determining its needs, and GAO will not object as long as.
A firm protested an Air Force solicitation for air traffic control systems, contending that the Air Force's solicitation overstated its needs and unduly restricted competition.
GAO held that the Air Force's restriction of competition for the air traffic control systems did not overstate the Air Force's needs or unduly restrict competition, since the automation system was necessary for.
A firm protested an Air Force solicitation for aircraft, contending that the Air Force: (1) should have set aside the procurement for small, disadvantaged, or women-owned businesses; (2) did not allow sufficient time for it to prepare a proposal; and (3) improperly favored foreign firms.
GAO held that the: (1) Air Force reasonably determined that it would not obtain adequate competition if it. Two firms protested the Air Force's format for soliciting bids to provide meal services at an Air Force base. The protesters alleged that the format: (1) gave no assurance that the award would be made to the bidder offering the lowest cost to the government; (2) provided for other than a firm fixed-price contract; and (3) placed unreasonable risks on contractors.
The protesters also contended. WASHINGTON — The U.S. Government Accountability Office has sided with Peraton in a protest of a $ million Air Force contract award. expressed an interest in competing for this requirement, the Air Force issued this competitive solicitation.
Memorandum of Law at While this protest was pending, the Air Force proceeded with the receipt and evaluation of proposals.
NG did not submit a proposal. The GAO’s will provide written notice that a protest has been filed. The Air Force response to a GAO bid protest must comply with GAO’s bid protest regulations (4 C.F.R. § 21), FAR and its respective supplements. The GAO may dismiss the protest if the protester fails to furnish a complete copy of the protest within 1 day.
Troy State University protests the award of a contract provide graduate-level courses in business, business administration, and management to U.S.
Air Force personnel stationed overseas. The firm alleqes that the Air Force failed to consider its lower proposed costs and superior record, established over 10 years of providing such courses.
B, B B, B 5 Thomas, B, May 4,C.P.D 7 Consequently, WMP had 10 working days after December 2 to file its protest here.
See 4 C.F.R. 5 (a) (). But WMP's protest was filed here on Decemor more than 10 working days after December 2.
Consequently, this ground of protest is untimely filed and will not be. GAO may dismiss, deny, or sustain a protest. When a protest is dismissed or denied, the procuring agency may generally proceed with the challenged action. In contrast, when a protest is sustained, GAO may recommend specific actions (e.g., amending the solicitation, reevaluating proposals).
The U.S. Government Accountability Office denied protests by DynCorp and an AAR Corp. unit over a nearly $ billion Air Force training aircraft repair deal, saying the contract award to a joint. Sterling Services, Inc.
protests the award of a contract to Northwest Florida Facilities Management, Inc. (NFFM) under request for proposals (RFP) No.
FR, issued by the Department of the Air Force, for transient aircraft services for Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB), Florida. We deny the protest. B 4 company knew that the Air Force must have made awards to higher priced offerors based solely upon technical superiority with no regard toS6S contends that its Decemprotest was timely on this issue.
We find that S6S's protest against the award selection under the changed procurement process is untimely. In its. The Government Accountability Office has denied two companies’ protests over a $ billion multi-award information technology deal, ruling that the Air Force.
Overall, the Air Force loses between 9 and 10 percent of its maintainers each year, on par with loss rates throughout the enlisted ranks, GAO said in the report released Tuesday.
Pair of incumbents protest lost Air Force contracts. An initial batch of protests are in over the Air Force’s replacement vehicle for the NetCents 2 Products contract to purchase IT hardware. The Government Accountability Office published a decision Monday denying challenges from a pair of rejected bidders for a $ million U.S.
Air Force information technology and telecommunications. In an unusual move, the Government Accountability Office sustained a protest bid from a contractor that said the Air Force violated acquisition laws by.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office recently refused to compel the U.S. Department of the Air Force to consider a company's bid for a $ million cybersecurity support contract, saying the.
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Government Accountability Office denied protests by AECOM and PAE over two U.S. Army aviation support deals awarded to DynCorp, worth a combined $ billion, saying in three decisions.