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FAR 15.608:  Prohibitions:  Use of data from unsolicited proposals

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The Court of Federal Claims found that Xerxe complied with section 15.609(a) by marking the title page of its unsolicited proposal, but did not comply with section 15.609(b) by failing to include a restrictive legend on each sheet of the data it wanted restricted.  Xerxe Group, Inc. v. United States, No. 99-924-C, slip op. at 7 n.2 (November 30, 2000) (opinion and order).  Only Xerxe’s cover letter and "Company Profile and Capability Statement" were marked with the restrictive legend in accordance with section 15.609(b).  Id.  Its failure to identify and clearly demarcate what it considered restricted data is fatal to its claim.  (The Xerxe Group, Inc. v. United States, No. 01-5055, February 4, 2002)
U. S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit - Listing of Decisions
For the Government For the Protester
The Xerxe Group, Inc. v. United States, No. 01-5055, February 4, 2002  (Pdf Version)  

 

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