Protest Of Navy Solicitation For Computer Maintenance Services, U.S. GAO, January 5, 1995.

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Download Protest Of Navy Solicitation For Computer Maintenance Services, U.S. GAO, January 5, 1995.

A firm protested a Navy solicitation for operations and maintenace services, contending that the Navy should have set aside the solicitation for small business. GAO held that it would not consider the matter, since the Small Business Administration had conclusive jurisdiction. Accordingly, the protest was.

A firm protested a Navy small-disadvantaged-business (SDB) set-aside for railroad system maintenance, contending that the Navy improperly amended the solicitation because there was no expressed interest from qualified SDB.

GAO held that the Navy: (1) was required to set aside the procurement for SDB, since the same contracting office previously successfully procured the required services under.

9, -4, 5, 5, Note: FY Includes Supplemental Funding The Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps appropriation provides the funding for Marine Corps missions, functions, activities, and facilities except for those requirements.

LLC, B‑, B‑, Nov. 4,CPD at 16 (sustaining a protest where an agency assigned the highest possible past performance rating based on three contracts covering less than 3 percent, and one contract covering 11 percent, of the requirements contemplated by the solicitation); Continental RPVs, B‑, B.

The Government Accountability Office says the U.S. Navy didn't provide prospective contractors with all the details they needed to effectively bid on a shipboard weapons systems computer.

NOAA concluded that CHE’s quote was ambiguous because it appeared to have qualified its obligation under the terms of the RFQ to provide the computer maintenance services from April 1, to Ma Agency Report, exh.

7, at 2. Subpart - Synopses of Proposed Contract Actions: Subpart - Synopses of Contract Awards: Subpart - Release of Information: Subpart - Paid Advertisements: Subpart - Publicizing Multi-Agency Use Contracts: Subpart - Publicizing Requirements Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of Part 6 - Competition.

The Navy SBIR/STTR Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs), formerly known as Solicitations, are released as part of the DoD SBIR/STTR Announcement average, the DoD releases 3 SBIR BAAs per fiscal year, and 3 STTR BAAs.

The Navy participates in all 3 SBIR BAAs, and generally 2 STTR BAA per year, normally the largest is STTR "A" released in December. The Navy obviously was thinking this would all be hosted on AWS’ cloud but Microsoft’s protest likely means that the new solicitation will be vendor neutral.

Posted by Nick Wakeman on. WASHINGTON — Navy ships based overseas could have to undertake a new, costly journey back to the United States for maintenance and repairs under a new provision of the defense policy bill.

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