For losing contractors, the question of whether to protest is a tricky one. Contractors often move to protest when the requirements seem to favor one competitor over another, or when the rules of the procurement are unclear. But there’s an important difference between an agency displaying an abuse of discretion and simply utilizing the flexibility written into the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Two recent cases shed light on where that distinction may lie.
Professional Service Industries,Inc. v. United States, et al., 129 Fed. Cl. 190 (2016)
SSI, B-413486, et al., Nov. 3, 2016.
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