GAO Sustains Protest Of $450M Travel Services Contract

Law360, New York (April 28, 2011, 9:38 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Government Accountability Office sustained a protest over a $450 million contract to provide Web-based travel management services for the federal government, saying that the contract solicitation's requirements were too vague, according to a ruling made public Wednesday.

CW Government Travel Inc., one of three companies awarded the electronic travel management service (ETS-1) contract in 2003, protested the U.S. General Services Administration's 2010 specifications for a fixed-price follow-up contract, saying that the the terms exposed contractors to too much risk and that the proposal didn't...
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