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Many Small Past Projects Don't Add Up To Big Experience Under The Security Act

Monday, January 18, 2010 06:59 am


Bid Protest

Matter of: Caddell Construction Co., Inc., 2009 U.S. Comp. Gen. B-401596, B-401597, B-401598 (Sept. 21, 2009)

A contractor successfully removed a competitor from the running for an overseas government contract because it was not a "United States person" under the Security and Antiterrorism Act of 1986.

Caddell Construction Company, Inc. (Caddell) protested the U.S. Department of State?s (DOS) decision to prequalify Framaco International Inc. (Framaco) to bid on a group of 2009 embassy construction projects in Burundi, Mexico and Senegal. Caddell claimed Framaco?s prior experience did not stand up to scrutiny under the Security Act, which among other criteria requires a bidder for a di [...]

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