SmallGovCon is a blog providing legal news, notes and commentary of interest to small government contractors. Primary coverage includes the size appeal decisions of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Office of Hearings and Appeals (known as SBA OHA) and the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s bid protest decisions. In addition, SmallGovCon covers legislative developments, administrative matters (such as fines levied on “bad boy” contractors) and federal court decisions. Occasionally, I take a break from legalse to discuss other topics near and dear to my heart, such as my sure-fire tips for your upcoming fantasy football draft, the inherent greatness of the Kansas Jayhawks mens’ basketball team, and my unbiased opinion that my daughter is the cutest kid on the planet.
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GAO: 8(a) Company Not Entitled To High Past Performance Score Based On Sub’s Experience
A procuring agency appropriately refused to give an 8(a) participant the highest-possible past performance score, despite the 8(a) company’s plan to subcontract to the successful incumbent contractor. In a recent GAO bid protest decision, the GAO held tha...1 day ago
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