Bid Protest Spotlight: Scope, Evaluation Criterion, Privity

Law360 (May 6, 2021, 5:17 PM EDT) -- This month's bid protest spotlight examines three recent protest decisions. 

Deloitte Consulting LLP addresses mismatches between proposed labor categories and the scope of a vendor's underlying General Services Administration schedule contract.[1]

Harmonia Holdings LLC v. U.S. considers whether an agency improperly used an unstated evaluation criterion.[2]

Sirius Federal LLC v. U.S. considers whether unsuccessful team leaders under a GSA co-prime contractor team arrangement, or CTA, have standing to protest when they have obtained awards as team members.[3]

Deloitte Consulting

In Deloitte Consulting, the GSA sought to modernize cybersecurity and privacy processes, capabilities, and services for more than 200 information systems using an enterprisewide...

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