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GAO Rejects Use of Highest-Technically Rated Reasonably-Priced Award Criteria for FSS Contracts

USA - January 23 2020 In Noble Supply & Logistics, Inc., GAO sustained a pre-award protest challenging a General Services Administration request for quotations under FSS...

Mark Ries, Eric Ransom, William B. O'Reilly, Jonathan M. Baker.

Even A Little Early Can Be Late: GAO Rules that Proposal Emailed Prior to Submission Deadline but Received Minutes Afterward was Untimely

USA - January 9 2020 In Spanish Solutions Language Services, LLC, GAO rejected Spanish Solutions’ (SSLS) post-award protest of the Department of Defense’s (DOD)...

Zachary Schroeder.

GAO Bid Protest Statistics for FY2019

USA - November 8 2019 On November 5, 2019, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) released its Annual Report on Bid Protests for Fiscal Year 2019. GAO received...

Robert J. Sneckenberg.

DOJ Issues FOIA Exemption 4 Guidance Following Argus Leader; Confirms That “Assurance of Confidentiality” At Time of Submission Not Currently Required

USA - October 17 2019 Last week, the Department of Justice issued new guidance regarding the application of Exemption 4 to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) following...

John E. McCarthy Jr., Monica DiFonzo Sterling, Daniel W. Wolff.

SCOTUS Relaxes Definition of "Confidential" Commercial Information Exempt from FOIA

USA - June 25 2019 The Supreme Court yesterday made it easier for the Federal Government to withhold from the public certain records that businesses want kept private...

John E. McCarthy Jr., Meredith Parnell, Daniel W. Wolff.