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Claims Court Won't Nix Wrongly Awarded $103M NASA Deal

Law360, Nashville (November 6, 2017, 6:41 PM EST) -- A Small Business Administration ruling that a joint venture was eligible for a $103 million NASA environmental and health services contract violated the SBA's mentor-protégé regulations at the time, but canceling the deal would be too harmful to the government, a Court of Federal Claims judge ruled in a decision unsealed Monday.


The SBA should not have ruled Integrated Mission Support Services LLC eligible for the disputed small business set-aside deal with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, as the SBA’s eligibility determination violated its...
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