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If Bid Solicitations Omit Mandatory Provisions, Speak Up Immediately Or Forget It

Saturday, October 04, 2008 03:55 pm

 
If Bid Solicitations Omit Mandatory Provisions, Speak Up Immediately -- Or Forget It

A protester failed on two counts to argue that the General Services Administration (GSA) should have included in its solicitation for a State Department building construction project a clause implementing a price evaluation preference to Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) firms.

First, Goel Services, Inc.'s (Goel) protest was untimely. Bid protest regulations require that a protest based on alleged solicitation improprieties be filed prior to bid opening -- not after the [...]

 
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