CACI Says $774M Army Encryption Deal Bid Unfairly Denied
By Daniel Wilson (September 16, 2021, 9:51 PM EDT) -- A CACI International unit has urged the Court of Federal Claims to make the Army revisit its evaluation of bids on a $774.3 million procurement for encryption devices, saying the Army had not properly assessed the company's proposal.
The Army had both misunderstood CACI Inc.-Federal's proposal for the Next Generation Load Device Medium, or NGLD-M, deal and had assessed the company's bid using criteria that weren't listed in its contract solicitation, according to CACI's Sept. 8 complaint, released Wednesday.
"[The case] is a textbook example of an agency improperly using unstated evaluation criteria to assess proposal deficiencies," CACI said in the...
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