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FBI’s Choice of Contractors Not as Good as Its Crime SolvingTerrorist Tracking

USA - March 7 2016 The FBI is very good at tracking down terrorist threats and catching criminals. It appears, however, that it needs some help in choosing contractors...

Michael D. Maloney, Charles R. Lucy.


Navy is Reminded All Over Again: Guam Base Contract Evaluation Lacked Documentation

USA - February 11 2016 The U.S. Navy was looking for a contractor to perform base support services on the island of Guam, here: What it got instead was a bid protest. And...

Michael D. Maloney.


Saudi F-15 Fighter Support Contract Decision Holds Keys To Winning Bid Protests . . . and To Winning Proposals

Saudi Arabia, USA - January 15 2016 Tensions flare in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia executes an Iranian cleric. Irate Iranians storm the Saudi embassy in Tehran. The Saudis cut off...

Michael D. Maloney.


Timing is everything - Court of Federal Claims bars “untimely” protest on laches defense

USA - November 13 2015 Bid protests at all levels require quick action on the part of disappointed offerors. Generally, protests through the Government Accountability...


The OMB weighs in on cybersecurity

USA - August 13 2015 In the wake of data breaches in the private sector of Target and Sony and the colossal data breaches in the Office of Personnel Management resulting...