Evaluation Records

Tribunal Rules on Posting, Specs, Evaluations, and Debriefs

By: Anna Krol In its April 2018 determination in Vintage Designing Co. v. Canadian Museum of History, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal elaborated on some of the new trade treaty requirements under the CFTA by ruling on a series of [...]

Court Awards £100 Million in “Fudged” Nuclear Bid Evaluation

By Paul Emanuelli While there were many notable contenders, the July 2016 decision in the U.K.’s Energy Solutions EU Limited v. Nuclear Decommissioning Authority is the clear winner as our pick for case of the year in 2016. The complex [...]

Sketchy Evaluation Records Result in Re-Bid Order

By Paul Emanuelli In its April 2016 decision in Deloitte Consulting, LLP, the GAO ordered a re-evaluation in the context of a management support services RFP after finding that the government had failed to properly assess the winning bidder’s past [...]

Irish Court Orders More Detailed Evaluation Reasons

By Paul Emanuelli In its February 2016 judgment in RPS Consulting Engineers Limited v. Kildare County Council, the High Court of Ireland ordered a municipality to provide detailed evaluation reasons in an engineering consulting tender. The court rejected the standardform [...]

Poor Evaluation Records Result in Re-Evaluation Order

By Paul Emanuelli In its January 2016 decision in Castro & Company, LLC, the GAO ordered a re-evaluation in the context of an RFQ for internal controls support services on the grounds that the government had failed to maintain proper [...]

New Zealand Court Strikes Down Contract Award Due to Flawed Evaluation

By Paul Emanuelli In its July 2015 decision in Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand v. Attorney General, the High Court of New Zealand struck down a contract award after finding flaws in the government’s evaluation and award process. The [...]

Inadequate Evaluation Records Breach Transparent Procurement Rules

By Paul Emanuelli This article is an excerpt from Government Procurement, which is available for purchase. In its January 2014 determination in Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology v. Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development,[1] the Canadian International Trade Tribunal [...]

Flawed Evaluation Records Trigger Re-Evaluation Order

By Paul Emanuelli In its January 2012 decision in Matter of ITT Systems Corporation, the Government Accountability Office ordered the Department of the Army to conduct a re-evaluation after finding that the Department’s original evaluation record failed to document changes [...]

Inadequate Records Prompt Re-Evaluation Order

By Paul Emanuelli In its January 2010 decision in Matter of C&B Construction, Inc., the Government Accountability Office ordered the U.S. Department of Agriculture to conduct a re-evaluation in a solicitation for steam restoration work after finding that the Department [...]