1 edition of PROTESTS OF HHS CONTRACT AWARDS FOR GUARD SERVICES, U.S.GAO, JULY 17,1995. found in the catalog.
PROTESTS OF HHS CONTRACT AWARDS FOR GUARD SERVICES, U.S.GAO, JULY 17,1995.
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A firm protested a Department of Health and Human Services contract award for security services at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), contending that CDC did not: (1) adequately inform it of alleged technical deficiencies in its proposal during discussions; (2) evaluate its technical proposal reasonably; and (3) provide it PROTESTS OF HHS CONTRACT AWARDS FOR GUARD SERVICES an opportunity to revise PROTESTS OF HHS CONTRACT AWARDS FOR GUARD SERVICES proposal and cure minor.
A firm protested a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) contract award for security guard services, contending that: (1) HHS failed to identify the awardee; (2) it was the low bidder; and (3) the awardee, which was the incumbent contractor, had a competitive advantage over other offerers due to relaxed bond requirements under its prior contract.
A firm protested the award of a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) contract for training and technical assistance services to Head Start grantees. The firm based its protest on essentially three factors: (1) HHS erred in evaluating its proposal, (2) HHS did not inform the protester of some weaknesses in its proposal, and (3) the erroneous HHS determination that the proposals were of.
A firm protested the award of a contract by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under an invitation for bids (IFB) for the renovation of a heating system at a school in Alaska and claimed bid preparation costs.
As the second low bidder, the protester contended that it was entitled to the contract award because the awardee's bid was nonresponsive for failing to include a bid. A firm protested a Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) contract award for financial analysis and audit support, contending that HHS: (1) did not consider cost in its award decision; and (2) improperly awarded the contract to the high bidder.
GAO held that: (1) HHS reasonably awarded the contract to the technically superior bidder; (2) the solicitation stated that technical quality. Less than two weeks since missing out on the Department of Defense’s $ billion Defense Enterprise Office Solutions back-office cloud contract, Perspecta has filed a protest against the award.
Perspecta Enterprise Solutions LLC filed its post-award bid protest of DEOS with the Government Accountability Office, according to a spokesperson with the General Services.
Second, pre-award protests can an essential part of your firm’s proposal preparation process. By clarifying the RFP upfront, you can set your firm up to be in the best position to win the award later down the line.
A recent GAO decision presents a great example of the effective use of a pre-award protest. The protest concerns an RFP issued by. GAO has jurisdiction over protests of task order awards issued by military agencies or departments (e.g., the Secretaries of Defense, Army, Navy, Air Force, Homeland Security (for the Coast Guard), and NASA) only if: (1) the value of the task order award is at least $25 million; or (2) the protest asserts that the task order increases the scope.
Protests of Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) orders remain unaffected by the NDAA and a contractor therefore still may protest to the GAO the award of an FSS order of any value. The NDAA amended 10 U.S.C.
§ c(e)(1)(B) by substantially increasing the GAO’s jurisdictional threshold for DoD task order protests from $10 million to $25 million. Accenture Federal Services has won a position on a potential 5-year, $ million indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to help the U.S.
Air Force manage and Read More Contract Awards. protests sustained in FY dropped to 12%, down from 13% in FY). Because the filing of a protest with GAO may trigger an automatic stay of contract award or performance, such protests can be said to “disrupt” agency operations.
See, e.g., Memorandum for Secretaries of the Military Departments, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. remained unchanged, and the protest was not filed until after the closing time for receipt of proposals. DECISION InterAmerica Research Associates, Inc.
(IRA) protests the award of a contract under request for proposals (RFP) No. issued by the D)epartment of Health & Human Services (HHS) to obtain training and support services for. Merle M. DeLancey Jr. and Lyndsay Gorton Almost daily, clients call our office seeking to protest the award of a federal government contract.
Unfortunately, sometimes these calls are too late. While contracts can be protested at the agency level, the Court of Federal Claims, and the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”), GAO protests are the most.
Beckman Instruments Inc. protests the award of a contract to Tritech Field Engineering, under request for proposals (RFP) No.
P(64), issued by the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health (NIH) for maintenance of government-owned laboratory equipment. Beckman argues that NIH failed to properly evaluate.
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A contract -- or a grant or cooperative agreement utilized under section 9 of P.L.as amended through P.L. -- entered into under title I of P.L. between a tribal organization and the Secretary of HHS or the Secretary of the Interior for the planning, conduct, and administration of programs or services that are otherwise.
Crump Associates protests the proposed award to Calcara Duffendack Foss Manlove Inc. (CDFM) of a contract under request for proposals (RFP) No. GSPGXD, issued by the General Services Administration (GSA). Crump asserts, in essence, that it should have been awarded the contract because it submitted the lowest cost, technically.
facilities management services at the J, Caleb Boggs Courthouse and Federal Building, Wilmington, Delaware. ISS argues the evaluation and award decision was improper.
We deny the protest. The RFP contemplated the award of a fixed-price-incentive fee contract for a 1-year base period with 4 option years. The services to be provided include. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The decision to award the contract to Boston was based on a document entitled "Determination of Greatest Value" dated July 31 and an addendum dated August These documents were signed by the source selection chairperson, with concurrences by each of the evaluators, the contracting officer, and the source selection authority.
According to. GAO sustains protest in National Guard IT contract. of an incumbent vendor who lost a contract award in a case that points to the high level a IT services contract. CIS awarded USIS a contract in July to provide administrative support services to 68 agency field offices and 10 asylum offices.
FCi Federal protested the award to GAO saying CIS failed to consider the government’s allegations of fraud by the parent company before making a decision that USIS was a “responsible contractor.”.
In a true case of lies, damn lies and statistics the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released their regular report to Congress on protests of DOD contracts.
The report concludes that.