1 edition of Protest of Air Force Solicitation for International Air Services, U.S. GAO, July 26, 1995. found in the catalog.
Protest of Air Force Solicitation for International Air Services, U.S. GAO, July 26, 1995.
Written in English
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A firm protested an Air Force solicitation for follow-on engineering services, contending that the Air Force: (1) unreasonably determined that two other bidders submitted acceptable technical proposals, since only it could perform the required services; and (2) Protest of Air Force Solicitation for International Air Services to consider the transition costs associated with a new contractor and to provide for a cost realism analysis.
GAO. A firm protested an Air Force solicitation for telephone switchboard services, contending that it inaccurately grouped several tasks into a single contractor payment deduction category.
GAO held that the Air Force reasonably determined: (1) the components of a single task; and (2) an acceptable quality level. Accordingly, the protest was denied.
A firm protested the Air Force's cancellation of a solicitation for visual information services, contending that: (1) the Air Force lacked a reasonable basis to cancel the solicitation; and (2) it should be awarded the contract because it submitted the low acceptable bid.
GAO held that the Air Force properly cancelled the solicitation due to: (1) a lack of funding; and (2) material. A firm protested an Air Force solicitation for painting services, contending that the: (1) Air Force could not procure the services under an indefinite-quantity contract, since they did not constitute a commercial product; (2) solicitation did not include a required quantity variation clause; and (3) bonding requirements should be 20 percent of the contract's value, instead of.
A firm protested the Air Force's cancellation of a solicitation for janitorial services and subsequent resolicitation, contending that the Air Force improperly: (1) cancelled the solicitation; (2) used sealed-bid rather than negotiated procurement procedures in the resolicitation; and U.S.
GAO limited competition by requiring payment and performance bonds. WASHINGTON — The U.S. Government Accountability Office agreed with Blue Origin that the rules set by the Air Force for its ongoing procurement of launch services do not allow for a fair and open. In Matter of Payment of Agency's Membership Fees in Private Organization, Comp.
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LLC, B‑, B‑, Nov. 4,CPD at 16 (sustaining a protest where an agency assigned the highest possible past performance rating based on three contracts covering less than 3 percent, and one contract covering 11 percent, of the requirements contemplated by the solicitation); Continental RPVs, B‑, B.
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WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- The Government Accountability Office denied The Boeing Company’s protest of the Long Range Strike Bomber contract award 1995. book a comprehensive review of the source selection process.
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Government Accountability Office on Tuesday upheld another protest on a contract awarded by the Air Force, saying the. SRA International, Inc.; Vistronix, LLC, B, B, JCPD at Based on our review of the record, we find no merit to any of the allegations raised by the protester and thus, no basis upon which to sustain the protest.
The GAO sustained the protest, requiring the agency to consider the impact of such an offer and amend its solicitation. In this case, four of the nine entities attending the pre-proposal conference were educational institutions, and the GAO asserted that there would be an issue of impaired objectivity if they were put in a position of.
Supp. Protest & Comments, Jat 2. CR/ZWS argues that PBP Management’s Mission-Essential Contractor Services Plan does not address the criteria established in DFARS provision Id. at 9. The U.S. Government Accountability Office announced Monday it had supported the Air Force's decision to deny Lawrence Battelle Inc.'s bid Author: Bibeka Shrestha.
FAR § (c); see also, e.g., Smelkinson Sysco Food Servs., B, Mar. 15,CPD 57 at 6 (sustaining protest of the terms of a solicitation where the agency failed to obtain a waiver prior to including terms in the solicitation that were inconsistent with customary commercial practice). For example, consider the case of the multi-billion dollar U.S.
Air Force, air tanker refueling contract (See GAO a ; Gates ): ‘ KC-X spanned more than 10 years and eight Air Force Author: Francois Melese. The solicitation, as originally issued, set forth 24 CLINs for which vendors' quotations were to provide prices: CLIN was for transition costs to the new system; CLINs – were for ARS services for various ranges of DOJ employees potentially covered by the system; and CLIN was the "monthly transition price," if services were.
Publications. Reports, fact sheets, memorandums and other Defense Department communications. The Boeing Company's protest of the Air Force's award of a contract to Northrop Grumman Systems Corp.
for KC-X aerial refueling tankers was sustained by officials from the Government Accountability Office June (U.S. Air Force graphic/Billy Smallwood). The GAO’s report for Fiscal Year (FY) revealed that the rate by which the U.S.
Government sustained protests decreased from 17 percent in FY (99 cases) to 15 percent (92 cases). Note: The author’s examination of the GAO rulings for FY was published in the January-February issue of the Defense Acquisition’s.
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(b) Numbering— (1) FAR provisions and clauses. subpart sets forth the text of all FAR provisions and clauses, each in its own separate subsection. (38) Id. at 2. The protester filed a protest with the GAO and the agency agreed to take corrective action by agreeing to discontinue the issuance of purchase orders under the BPAs and to create an acquisition strategy that addressed the competition requirements.
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