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4 CFR 21.5 (c): Protester's Proposal Should Not Have Been in Competitive Range

Comptroller General - Key Excerpts

Champion's claim that it was improperly invited to make an oral presentation is not a challenge to a solicitation or other request for offers, the cancellation of such a solicitation or other request, an award or proposed award of a contract, or the termination of a contract based on improprieties in the award of the contract.  It therefore does not come within the scope of our bid protest jurisdiction.  31 U.S.C.  3551(1), 3552; 4 C.F.R. 21.1(a).  We recognize that we have previously considered a protester's assertion that its proposal should not have been included in the competitive range.  See, e.g., Global Indus. Servs., Inc., B-260287.2, July 18, 1995, 95-2 CPD 27 at 2; Avondale Tech. Servs., Inc., B-243330, July 18, 1991, 91-2 CPD  72 at 3.  To the extent that those prior decisions are inconsistent with our ruling here, we will no longer follow our prior decisions in this regard. (Champion Business Services, Inc., B-290556, June 25, 2002)

Comptroller General - Listing of Decisions

For the Government For the Protester
Champion Business Services, Inc., B-290556, June 25, 2002  

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