The 809 Panel's Bid Protest Reform Recommendations

Law360 (January 24, 2019, 2:04 PM EST) -- In 2016, Congress instructed the U.S. Department of Defense to convene a panel of procurement professionals from inside and outside government to review every regulation governing DOD procurement and recommend whether each one should be preserved, amended, or repealed. In an effort to "streamlin[e] and improve[e] the efficiency and effectiveness of the defense acquisition process,"[1] the 809 Panel has released a series of reports detailing its findings and specific recommendations for Congress, the third and final of which was published on Jan. 15, 2019.[2]

This final volume covers, among other topics, one of the most hotly debated areas of government procurement:...

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