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Even When All Things Are Not Equal, The Govt. Can Select The Lowest Price And Call It Best Value

Friday, July 04, 2008 03:08 pm

 
Even When All Things Are Not Equal, The Govt. Can Select The Lowest Price And Call It Best Value

A bid protester failed to show that a government agency erroneously favored low price over technical expertise. Rather, the agency properly evaluated a trade-off between the two factors to settle on the best value, the Comptroller General found.

The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) evaluated three technically acceptable proposals for construction work at the VA Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas. The protestor, Angel Menendez Environmental Services, Inc. (AMES), submitted the second highest technically rated [...]

 
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