1 edition of PROTEST OF DNA CONTRACT AWARD, U.S.GAO, JULY 10,1995. found in the catalog.
PROTEST OF DNA CONTRACT AWARD, U.S.GAO, JULY 10,1995.
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A firm protested an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) contract award for custodial services, contending that IRS: (1) improperly evaluated the awardee's bid; (2) failed to hold meaningful discussions with it; and (3) made an improper cost-technical tradeoff decision.
GAO held that: (1) IRS held meaningful discussions with the protester and was not required to point out insignificant bid PROTEST OF DNA CONTRACT AWARD firm protested a General Services Administration (GSA) contract award for investigation services, contending that GSA made an unreasonable cost-technical tradeoff in selecting the awardee's higher priced bid.
GAO held that GSA: (1) made a reasonable cost-technical tradeoff in selecting the awardee's higher priced, technically superior bid; and (2) was not obligated to discuss significant A firm protested a proposed Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) contract award.
GAO held that it would not consider the protest, since: (1) the Small Business Administration (SBA) JULY 10,1995. book sole jurisdiction to determine the protester's responsibility; (2) SBA determined that the protester was not eligible for a certificate of competency; and (3) the protester failed to show that NRCS or A firm protested a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) contract award, arguing that: (1) it should have received award based on the option year requirements of a previous contract; (2) NASA failed to consider its status as a woman-owned, small business; (3) it did not receive an indication from NASA that it was competing for the award until just before contractor selection; (4 A firm protested an Army contract award for test stands and an integrated computer system, contending that the Army unduly restricted competition by making a sole source award.
GAO held that the Army properly made a sole source award, since: (1) only one firm could provide a compatible system to meet the Army's minimum needs; and (2) the required software was proprietary and not available for A firm protested a Government Printing Office (GPO) contract award for copying services, contending that GPO should have: (1) made award to it; (2) reimbursed it for the costs of leasing a required copier; and (3) compensated it for overestimating the scope of work under two previous contracts.
GAO held that the: (1) protester untimely filed its protest more than 10 days after it knew the Matter of: Grace Industries, Inc. File: B Date: J Small Business Administration (SBA) determination to accept for award under SBA's 8(a) program a requirement for custodial services, which were previously contracted from the protester, a small business, is unobjectionable where SBA reasonably determined, in accordance with applicable regulations, that acceptance of the Here, the award decision identified strengths for PSI's quotation under the management approach subfactor of the technical factor and the past performance factor and explained that these strengths were the basis for assigning higher ratings to PSI's quotation, as compared to Skyhawk's.
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