Langevin teases bid protest reforms coming from Congress
Rep. Jim Langevin says the House Armed Services Committee is looking at reforms to the federal procurement process and a company's ability to hold up defense programs for years.
GAO sees fewer, more successful bid protests in 2020
The number of bid protests was down by 2% according to the office's annual report to Congress.
Leidos survives protest of $6.5B deal to manage DOD’s IT networks
General Dynamics protested the contract, arguing that DISA improperly evaluated and awarded the contract. But the Government Accountability Office denied the protest in full.
Overstock.com withdraws protest of GSA’s commercial e-marketplace solicitation
The agency was allowed to continue evaluating proposals but couldn't issue pilot awards while the protest was in effect.
AWS will ask court to pause work on JEDI during protest
As DOD and Microsoft plan to kick off work under JEDI in less than a month, AWS lawyers will ask the Court of Federal Claims to issue an injunction while it settles the pending bid protest.
U.S. attorneys look to close Oracle’s case against JEDI
U.S. attorneys are once again looking to cut down the company's claims of prejudice by hammering home that it did not meet basic security requirements to qualify for the acquisition.