Protest Of Air Force Sole-Source Contract Award... U.S.GAO... November 28, 1995.
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Protest Of Air Force Sole-Source Contract Award... U.S.GAO... November 28, 1995.

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A firm protested an Air Force sole-source contract award for deployable circuit analyzers, contending that: (1) the Air Force did not have an urgent need justifying the sole-source award; and (2) it should have been solicited for the requirement, since it had supplied such equipment to the Navy and could have demonstrated its product's compatibility with test program sets, software, and cable assemblies. A firm protested a sole-source, multiyear contract award by the Air Force for aircraft fuel tanks. The protester contended that: (1) the Air Force's failure to inform it of this procurement placed it at a disadvantage regarding a concurrent, competitive procurement; (2) an inaccuracy in a synopsis of the procurement led it to believe that the quantities required were too small to warrant. A firm protested an Air Force sole-source contract award for chaff, contending that the Air Force improperly: (1) failed to maximize competition, since it did not solicit a bid from the protester, a known source; and (2) determined that its requirements were urgent. American Mutual Protective Bureau (AMPB) protests the Air Force's award of a contract to Danguard, Inc. (Danguard), under invitation for bids (IFB) No. F B, which was issued on November 4, , for guard services to protect the flight test facilities at Edwards Air Force Base, California, for a 1-year period with theFile Size: KB.

The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center on Nov. 21 published a sole-source contract notice for the first production lots of the B weapon, expecting to buy two lots between fiscal years to A potential source must first respond timely to the CBD notice and receive a negative response before it can file a bid protest against an agency's sole-source procurement. [See DCC Computers Inc.   The Air Force’s top uniformed acquisition leader on Wednesday stood by the service’s B bomber acquisition approach, which a recently-released Government Accountability Office protest Author: Valerie Insinna. Subpart - Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act: Subpart - Labor Standards for Contracts Involving Construction: Subpart - Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects: Subpart - Contracts For Materials, Supplies, Articles, and Equipment Exceeding $15, Subpart - [Reserved].

Public procurement policy: Implications for theory and practice. this sole source contract was awar ded in accordance with statutory. the Air Force lev eraged this streamlined commercial. Siecor Corporation protests the proposed sole-source award of a contract to AT&T Technology Systems under solicitation No, DAABQ-KS04 issued by the Department of the Army. Siecor contends that Siecor and a number of other firms are capable of fulfilling the Army's needs. We deny the protest. In large part, this protest turns on the parties’ competing interpretations of the following RFP provision regarding what types of past performance would be considered by the Air Force: If the contract you are submitting is an ordering type contractual vehicle (e.g., an Indefinite Delivery “D” type contract per [Federal Acquisition.   GAO, the congressional audit arm that weighs federal contract disputes, said it agreed with a protest filed by Systems Research and Applications Corp and Booz Allen Hamilton Inc against an Air.