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Sikorsky: What the GAO Said and Did Not Say About Soliciting Data Rights

USA - May 30 2018 The GAO’s decision last week, denying in part and dismissing in part Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation’s much-watched protest of the Air Force’s...

W. Jay DeVecchio.


GAO to Implement Bid Protest E-Filing on May 1, 2018 (Along with Some Other Changes)

USA - April 5 2018 The Government Accountability Office (GAO) will cut the ribbon on its Electronic Protest Docketing System (EPDS) on May 1, 2018, according to a final...

Daniel Chudd, James A.Tucker.


Final GSA Rule on Commercial License Terms that Conflict with Federal Law

USA - March 12 2018 Anyone who has endeavored to sell commercial software to the Federal government well knows there are devils hiding in the details of most commercial...


January 2017 Bid Protest Roundup

USA - February 8 2018 The Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) started off the new year by reaffirming old rules pertaining to organizational conflicts of interest and...

Sandeep N. Nandivada.


Court of Federal Claims Rejects SBA Decision that Future Conditional Restriction on Stock Ownership Destroys “Unconditional Ownership”

USA - December 11 2017 Veteran-owned small businesses have long grappled with seemingly benign drafting inconsistencies between Small Business Administration (SBA) and...

Damien Specht.