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Protest of Proposed Navy Contract Award, December 8, 1995.

Protest of Proposed Navy Contract Award, December 8, 1995.

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ContributionsUnited States. General Accounting Office.
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(i) A J&A estimated and approved at $8 million results in a contract award of $ million, but the scope of original J&A (quantity and/or effort) is unchanged. No new or amended J&A is required. (ii) A J&A initially estimated and approved at $8 million, however the resulting contract is for $11 million and the scope has not changed. Navy Awards CANES Contracts To Comply With GAO Bid Protest Decision Networks Enterprise Services production unit competition after the Government Accountability Office sustained the protests. CGI Federal Inc. and DRS Laurel Technologies were each awarded eight-year contracts, separate from the five CANES production contracts the service.

The Awards and decorations of the United States Department of the Navy are the military awards and decorations which are presented to members of the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy.. Other military service members may also receive specific Navy Department military awards, provided such service . Secretary of the Navy Announces Need for ship Navy — The Secretary of the Navy announced the results of the Force TAGS: Awards, Cybersecurity, InfoSharing, Spectrum, Telecommunications, Workforce.

  The contract would include clause INDEFINITE QUANTITY (FAR ) (OCT ), with paragraph (d) specifying the number of days beyond the contract expiration date that deliverables could be received. I thought that one could enter up to days in that clause, essentially turning the contract into a 6 year contract. FAILURE TO SUBMIT OFFER JUL L.7 CONTRACT AWARD. (OCT ) -- ALTERNATE I (OCT ) SERVICE OF PROTEST (OCT ) (a) Protests, as defined in section of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, that are filed directly with an agency, and copies of any protests that are filed with the General Accounting.


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Protest of Proposed Navy Contract Award, December 8, 1995 Download PDF EPUB FB2

A firm protested a Navy contract award for support services, contending that the Navy: (1) improperly evaluated its technical proposal; (2) performed an unreasonable cost realism analysis; (3) improperly evaluated the experience of its proposed personnel; (4) improperly downgraded its bid based on its proposed management plan; (5) improperly made award based on initial.

A firm protested a proposed contract award by the Naval Sea Systems Command (NSSC), arguing that: (1) the solicitation did not require NSSC to evaluate certain government-furnished material; and (2) NSSC improperly refused to include a provision permitting waiver of first article testing.

GAO noted that the first argument was timely, despite NSSC insistence to the contrary. A firm protested a Navy contract award for technical and engineering services, contending that the: (1) Navy failed to consider the cost realism of the awardee's bid, since the awardee's capped indirect cost rates were substantially lower than its actual rates; (2) awardee intentionally misrepresented its proposed personnel's experience; (3) awardee would be unable to perform the contract.

A firm protested a proposed Navy contract award for a reciprocating pump, contending that: (1) the awardee was ineligible for award, since it was not an approved source for the item being procured; (2) the awardee's product was subject to first article testing, since the awardee was not the original equipment manufacturer; and (3) it would have reduced its specifications and.

A firm protested a Navy contract award for systems engineering services, contending that the Navy: (1) improperly evaluated its technical bid; (2) did not perform a proper cost/technical tradeoff; and (3) improperly evaluated the bidders' proposed personnel.

GAO held that the Navy: (1) reasonably evaluated the protester's bid; (2) made an appropriate cost/technical tradeoff in. Date: December 4, Joseph R. Conte, Esq., for the protester.

Robocom Systems, Inc. protests the award of a contract to Harris Corporation under request for proposals (RFP) No, NR, issued by the Department of the Navy CPDAs the record thus shows that the Navy reviewed Harris's proposed costs, questioned its.

AmerInd, Inc. protests the award of a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to OC, Inc, under request for proposals (RFP) No, NR, issued by the Department of the Navy, for training systems support services for the Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station in Hawaii, AmerInd argues that the Navy misevaluated Amerind's cost proposal, anid, as a.

The helicopter, based on the commercial AW, will replace the TH Sea Ranger. The U.S. Navy announced on Janu the award of the contract for the new THA helicopter to AgustaWestla. Subpart - Synopses of Proposed Contract Actions: Subpart - Synopses of Contract Awards: Subpart - Release of Information: Subpart - Paid Advertisements: Subpart - Publicizing Multi-Agency Use Contracts: Subpart - Publicizing Requirements Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of Part 6 - Competition.

General Information. The DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY MILITARY AWARDS POLICY, SECNAVINST J, establishes policy and procedures concerning awards available for recognizing individuals and units of the Naval Service. The Chief of Naval Operations (DNS) is the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) within the Navy for implementing this policy, and maintains the Navy Department Awards.

Agency reasonably applied offerors' proposed labor and National Steel & Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO) protests the Department of the Navy's award of a contract to Southwest Marine, Inc.

(SWM) under request for proposals reports to a contract award review panel (CARP) on April 15 and June 8, respectively.

After reviewing the reports, the. was due to eapire on'Decem The contracting officer advised that there was no need to transfer the material since the award. had offered to uren the same warehouse.

This protest followed. DISCUSSION,MRC argues that the Navy conducted an improper evaluation of oGP'a proposalibecause the Navy shouldinot'have considered. 90 days after-contract award. Servo filed its protest prior to the December 24 closing date for receipt of initial proposals, On Decem Servo submitted a proposal to the Navy providing for the delivery of the first 20 FTRs within days after contract award, rather than within 90 days as required by the RFP.

On January 6,the. dismissing the protest because the agency’s proposed corrective measures do not address all the issues raised by Jones/Hill in its protest. Jones/Hill contends that because of this, the agency’s proposed corrective measures are “inadequate” and our dismissal of its protest as academic was “premature.” Reconsideration Request at 8.

The GAO (Comptroller General) recently published a bid protest case involving discrimination. The unsuccessful bidder for a Navy contract involving architectural-engineering services challenged the Navy's evaluation of its experience and technical competence and alleged that the Navy's evaluation reflected gender bias against women architects.

A federal watchdog agency has upheld a protest challenging the award of a Navy contract to Virginia Beach-based AMSEC LLC.

The Government Accountability Office ruled that the Space and Naval. What to Protest Although most protests challenge the acceptance or rejection of a bid or proposal and the award or proposed award of a contract, GAO considers protests of defective solicitations (e.g., allegedly restrictive specifications, omission of a required provision, and ambiguous or indefinite evaluation factors), as well as certain other.

View Older Contracts: Year Month January February March April May June July August September October November December. PAE Government Services Inc. has lost a protest of the U.S. Navy's decision to award a rival a $ million contract to support two bases in Africa, after.

Incumbent Files Pre-Award Protest for Navy’s Failure to Release Incumbent’s Proprietary Data Just when you think you have heard it all, along comes the pre-award protest of Fluor Federal Solutions, LLC, B, Ma. Get this from a library! [Request for reconsideration of protest of Navy contract award].

[United States. General Accounting Office.]. With more than $ billion contracts awarded over five days, the Pentagon spent at the rate of more than $ billion a day. Yet on one day in particular -- March 16 -- one single contract.The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) is the San Diego region's primary public planning, transportation, and research agency, providing the public forum for regional policy decisions about growth, transportation planning and construction, environmental management, housing, open space, energy, public safety, and binational topics.