National Guard Beats $200M Psych Care Contract Row

Law360, Los Angeles (February 28, 2014, 3:55 PM EST) -- A Federal Claims judge has tossed Optimization Consulting Inc.’s bid protest against the U.S. National Guard accusing it of unfairly excluding OCI from a $200 million psychological health services contract after allegedly miscalculating the company's proposed prices, ruling OCI lacked standing to contest the award.

Judge Edward Damich sided with the National Guard and denied OCI’s motion for judgment on the administrative record in a redacted November 2013 opinion made public Friday. OCI was not included in a range of competitive bidders for the mental health...
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