Re-Evaluation Ordered Due to Inadequate Records

By Paul Emanuelli In its April 2017 decision in Verdi Consulting, Inc., the GAO ordered the re-evaluation of a financial services tender after finding inadequate evaluation records. As the GAO stated, “Although an agency is not required to retain every [...]

GAO Orders Retender After Improper Cancellation

By Paul Emanuelli In its January 2017 decision in Walker Development & Trading Group, Inc., the GAO found that the government failed to provide proper reasons for the cancellation of a tendering process. The complainant brought a challenge after responding [...]

Re-Evaluation Ordered Due to Flawed Pricing in Bid

By Paul Emanuelli In its June 2017 decision in Red River Computer Company, Inc., the GAO ordered a re-evaluation after finding inconsistencies in the competing price offers. The case dealt with a Request for Quotations for enterprise-wide computing and cloud [...]

GAO Orders Redraft of Restrictive Tanker Specifications

By Paul Emanuelli In its November 2017 decision in Global SuperTanker Services, LLC., the GAO ordered the redraft of a solicitation after finding that the government was unable to defend the challenged specifications. The case dealt with an RFP for [...]

Government Ordered to Redraft Restrictive Specifications

By Paul Emanuelli In its February 2017 decision in Pitney Bowes, Inc., the GAO ordered the redraft of a solicitation document after finding that the government failed to justify the challenged specifications. The case dealt with a Request for Quotations [...]

GAO Orders Investigation of Possible Integrity Act Breach

By Paul Emanuelli In its June 2017 decision in Dell Services Federal Government, Inc., the GAO ordered the government to reconsider a potential Procurement Integrity Act breach. The case dealt with a Request for Quotations for information technology services. A [...]