Missing OSHA Info Dooms Contract Bid For Green Army Project

Law360, New York (December 3, 2012, 5:46 PM EST) -- The U.S. Government Accountability Office on Friday backed the U.S. Army's decision to eliminate a contractor from a competition for energy-efficient construction worth up to $600 million, saying the Army acted reasonably when disqualifying the company based on missing workplace safety forms.

Johnson Controls Inc. protested the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to eliminate its bid to win work on the contract based on its omission of Occupational Safety and Health Administration forms that the Army used to evaluate competitors' history of work-related injury and incidence...
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