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Protest Of DLA Referral To SBA, U.S. GAO, March 24, 1995.

Protest Of DLA Referral To SBA, U.S. GAO, March 24, 1995.

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The Provost Marshal General, U.S. Army † 1–4, page 1 The Director, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, U.S. Navy † 1–5, page 1 The Director of Security Forces and Force Protection, U.S. Air Force † 1–6, page 1 The Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps † 1–7, page 1 The Commandant, U.S. Because Diamond had failed to file a timely size protest with SBA, GAO suggested that DLA refer the small business issues in the protest to SBA. Compl. 17, DLA did so, and Diamond withdrew those portions of its GAO protest relating to OVC's classification as a small business. Compl. Diamond's protest was dismissed by GAO on.

  Government contractors hoping to challenge a civilian agency’s award of a task or delivery order may be out of luck, at least temporarily. Prior to Septem , the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) had exclusive jurisdiction over protests of civilian task and delivery orders valued at more than $10 million under multiple-award IDIQ contracts.   In that case, the GAO issued a decision suggesting that the changes implemented by the SBA regulation took precedence over the FAR despite the fact that the service contract in question contained FAR , which expressly points to the total cost of contract performance and not the total amount paid by the agency.

AC4S protests that the agency's assessment of a deficiency under the mission support subfactor was improper because the "inadvertent omission" of the phrase "in subcontracting" from one metric did not change AC4S's intent to meet the SOO's objective to increase small business subcontracting.   The Government Accountability Office denied a protest over two maintenance supply contract awards worth $51 million from the Defense Logistics Agency, saying in a decision released Wednesday that.


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Protest Of DLA Referral To SBA, U.S. GAO, March 24, 1995 Download PDF EPUB FB2

A firm protested the Defense Logistics Agency's (DLA) nonresponsibility determination and subsequent referral to the Small Business Administration (SBA). GAO held that it would not consider the protest, since SBA had sole jurisdiction to determine the protester's responsibility.

Accordingly, the protest. A firm requested reconsideration of its dismissed protest of the Defense Logistics Agency's (DLA) failure to make a Small Business Administration (SBA) referral.

GAO had held that DLA was not required to make a SBA referral prior to its decision not to exercise the protester's contract option. In its request for reconsideration, the protester contended that: (1) the DLA decision was based on. A firm protested the award of a contract and the rejection of its bid by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).

The bid was rejected because DLA determined that the protester was offering nonconforming merchandise. The protester contested that determination.

DLA subsequently informed GAO that the protester was being considered for debarment. Search Decisions. Use this keyword search to access any of our published decisions. Published decisions on recently decided protests may not yet be publicly available (Read more here.) Additionally, GAO does not publish most decisions dismissing a protest, including instances where an agency takes some form of corrective action.

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently published four protest decisions that were all denied due to timeliness issues.

This string of cases serves as a reminder that no matter how strong a protest’s basis may be, if it is not timely filed with GAO; then the protest will most likely be dismissed. a) (1) The SBA regulations on small business size and size protests are found at 13 CFR part (2) An offeror, the contracting officer, SBA, or another interested party may protest the small business representation of an offeror in a specific offer for a contract.

However, for competitive 8(a) contracts, the filing of a protest is limited to an offeror, the contracting officer, or the SBA. The report is one of two providing Congress with background on the GAO bid-protest process.

It provides an overview of the time frames and procedures in a GAO bid protest, including (1) what issues can be protested with GAO; (2) who can file or be a party to a GAO protest. Procedures for protests to GAO are found at 4 CFR Part 21 (GAO Bid Protest Regulations). In the event guidance concerning GAO procedure in this section conflicts with 4 CFR P 4 CFR Part 21 governs.

(a) General procedure. (1) A protester is required to furnish a copy of its complete protest to the official and location designated in the solicitation or, in the absence of such a. Less than two weeks since missing out on the Department of Defense’s $ billion Defense Enterprise Office Solutions back-office cloud contract, Perspecta has filed a protest against the award.

Perspecta Enterprise Solutions LLC filed its post-award bid protest of DEOS with the Government Accountability Office, according to a spokesperson with the General Services. The Turn-in Documentation Smart Book is designed to help customers understand and incorporate documentation requirements for common item disposals and turn in at DLA Disposition Services locations.

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Anticipated delivery for pre. Merle M. DeLancey Jr. and Lyndsay Gorton Almost daily, clients call our office seeking to protest the award of a federal government contract. Unfortunately, sometimes these calls are too late. While contracts can be protested at the agency level, the Court of Federal Claims, and the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”), GAO protests are the most.

When a business is awarded a set-aside contract, someone may claim that the business didn't actually qualify, and shouldn’t be awarded the contract. Small Business Training Week GAO Protest Case Studies Presented by Sam Le and Mark Hagedorn, SBA April 5, 1.

Dorado Services, Inc., B, Nov. 18, Summary: GAO denied a protest that the awardee’s proposal did not comply with the limitations on. Logistics Agency (DLA) for mail, supply, audio-visual, and distribution of publications and forms services for the Defense Logistics Services Center, Battle Creek, Michigan.

We sustain the protest.' 'The decision issued on Janucontained proprietary information and was subject to a General Accounting Office protective order. Where a solicitation provides for a tradeoff between the price and non-price factors, even where price is the least important evaluation factor, as here, an agency properly may select a lower-priced, lower-rated proposal if the agency reasonably concludes that the price premium involved in selecting a higher-rated, higher-priced proposal is not justified in light of the acceptable level of.

hearing by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO). In theory, the benefits of allowing protests include more competitive and accountable procurements. The costs of protests include the resources expended by the Department of Defense (DOD) and GAO in responding to legitimate and frivolous protests and delays in awarding and executing.

issued by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for maintenance service for a computed tomography (CT) scanner and related equipment at DeWitt Army Hospital, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. We deny the protest. The RFP, issued on February 2,contemplated the award of a firm, fixed-price contract for a base year and 3 option years.

Andrews Tool Company (ATC) protests the award OE a contract to Air Products and Chemical Company (Airco) under request for proposals (RFP) No. DLAR, issued by the Defense General Supply Center, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Richmond, Virginia. We deny the protest. The XFP requested offers to provide 36 aftercoolers for.

two reasons why the claim should be denied. DLA argued that the claim was untimely filed, but also asserted that even if 2The Bid Protest Regulation in effect when the protester filed its protest and its reconsideration with our Office, and applicable in this instance, see Hadson Defense Sys., IncClaim for Protest Costs, B, Mar.

This story has been updated with comment from the Defense Intelligence Agency. The Defense Intelligence Agency should consider re-competing a $ million information technology task order it.Jets Services, Inc.

(Jets), protests the proposed award of a contract by the Department of the Army (Armv) to the Small Business Aaministration (SEA) and the proposed award of a subsequent subcontract to Wilsyk, Inc. (Wilsyk), under section 8(a) of the Small Business Act, 15 U.S.C.

§ .The U.S. Small Business Administration And The U.S. Department of Defense. Sections 7U) and 8(a) of the Small Business Act (the Act) (15 U.S.C.

§§ (j) and (a)) authorize the U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to establish a business development program, which is known as the 8(a) Business Development (BD) Program.