$200M National Guard Contract Award Challenged By Bidder

Law360, New York (April 18, 2013, 6:26 PM EDT) -- The National Guard was hit with an amended bid protest Wednesday accusing it of unfairly excluding Optimization Consulting Inc. from a $200 million psychological health services contract after miscalculating its proposed prices.

OCI sought to win a contract under a small business set-aside for a broad range of mental health services, including counseling, case management and guidance, to support Army and Air National Guard troops readjust to civilian life. OCI was excluded from the range of competitive bidders, and the National Guard eventually chose two other...
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