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In Wyle, the GAO Gives Another Reminder of Risks Associated with Pending Procurements During a Transaction

USA - February 5 2019 Although there are often significant rewards associated with transactions among government contractors, the transactions require careful planning and...

2018 Protest Roundup

USA - January 7 2019 In this post, we not only provide our regular recap of key protest decisions from December 2018, but also discuss some of the key decisions from 2018...

Contractors Should Prepare for Potential Shutdown

USA - December 21 2018 What’s old seems to be new again. We wrote the below post 11 months ago. Though the date has now changed from January 19 to December 21, the...

Kathy Weinberg, Victoria Dalcourt*.

Corporate Transactions as a Basis for Protest (Post-Award Protest Primer 18)

USA - July 24 2018 Most corporate transactions go forward without protests. Several prominent protest decisions over the last few years, however, have drawn attention to...

Damien Specht, James A.Tucker.

Unreasonableness And Lack Of Documentation (Post-Award Protest Primer 17)

USA - June 6 2018 Today’s installment of the post-award protest primer combines two frequent, related protest grounds: (1) unreasonable evaluations and source selection...

James A.Tucker.