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  • 04/28/2017
  • Has the Court of Federal Claims Relaxed its Standard for Obtaining TRO's? Probably not.

    In Continental Services Group, Inc. v United States (No. 17-449, March 29, 2017), the U.S. Department of Education issued a solicitation for the collection and administrative resolution of debts resulting from non-payment of student loans.  Continental Services (“CS”) submitted an offer.  CS was not selected for the award and, as did other disappointed bidders, filed a timely bid protest at GAO.  The protests triggered a CICA stay of performance.

  • 04/27/2017
  • Best Recipes for a Bid Protest

    Most Government contracting officers are dedicated, hard-working and honest. The same is true of most Government proposal evaluators. As a result, arguments in bid protests that Government personnel were biased against the protestor or in favor of the awardee often don’t go anywhere.


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