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Bidder Should Have Been Aware Of Right To Withdraw Bids-mistakes; Equitable Relief

Sunday, March 02, 2003 12:46 pm

 
Bidder Should Have Been Aware Of Right To Withdraw Bids-mistakes; Equitable Relief

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has ruled that the failure of government procurement officials to advise a bidder of its right to withdraw a mistaken bid caused no harm. The bidder should have been aware of its rights under the regulations.

The Department of Labor solicited bids for construction of five buildings at a Job Corps Center in Flint, Michigan. Will H. Hall and Son, Inc. submitted the low bid. Six days after bid opening, Hall noticed that the price quotation from its manufactured metal building subcontractor had expressly excluded work required under one section of the specifications.

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