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GAO Denies Protest by OnPoint Consulting of Arlington, Virginia
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 -- The Government Accountability Office has issued a decision denying a bid protest filed by OnPoint Consulting of Arlington, Virginia.

According to the GAO, OnPoint Consulting "protests the issuance of a task order to Data Systems Analyst, Inc. (DSA) of Trevose, Pennsylvania, by the Defense Information Systems Agency under request for proposals (RFP) No. 831710869, for information and knowledge management solutions and services. OnPoint protests that the agency's technical evaluation was unequal and applied an unstated evaluation criterion; the agency failed to reasonably ... Show Full Article

GAO Denies Protest by DynCorp International of McLean, Virginia
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 -- The Government Accountability Office has issued a decision denying a bid protest filed by DynCorp International of McLean, Virginia.

According to the GAO, DynCorp International "protests the award of contracts (and the issuance of task orders) in connection with the logistics civil augmentation program (LOGCAP) to Kellogg, Brown & Root Services, Inc. (KBR) of Houston, Texas; Vectrus Systems Corporation, of Colorado Springs, Colorado; Fluor Intercontinental, Inc., of Greenville, South Carolina, and PAE-Parsons Global Logistics Services (P2GLS), of Arlington, Virginia, by ... Show Full Article

GAO Denies Protest by Async-Nu Microsystems of Fredericksburg, Virginia
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 -- The Government Accountability Office has issued a decision denying a bid protest filed by Async-Nu Microsystems of Fredericksburg, Virginia.

According to the GAO, Async-Nu Microsystems "protests actions taken by agency contracting officials in connection with the issuance of request for proposals (RFP) No. 47QFCA19R0033, issued by the General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Acquisition Service, for commercial-item program management and acquisition support services for GSA's Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM), in Washington, D.C. Async-Nu contends ... Show Full Article

GAO Dismisses Protest by Trinity Global Consulting of McLean, Virginia
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 -- The Government Accountability Office has issued a decision dismissing a bid protest filed by Trinity Global Consulting of McLean, Virginia.

According to the GAO, Trinity Global Consulting "protests the issuance of an amendment to request for proposals No. W91247-19-R-9006, issued by the Department of the Army for Army Reserve Command military identification card/common access card office support services. Trinity contends that the amendment improperly disclosed the protester's proprietary information that was included in its proposal."

The bid protest decision (B-417823) ... Show Full Article

GAO Denies in Part Protest by KeyW of Hanover, Maryland
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 -- The Government Accountability Office has issued a decision denying in part and dismissing in part a bid protest filed by KeyW of Hanover, Maryland.

According to the GAO, KeyW "protests the issuance of a task order to ManTech Advanced Systems International, Inc. (ManTech), of Herndon, Virginia, under request for task order proposals (RFTOP) No. SSESNG-19-R-2089, issued by the Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command--Aberdeen Proving Ground, for software and systems engineering support, and interoperability engineering technical services. The protester challenges ... Show Full Article

GAO Denies Protest by Opus Group of McLean, Virginia
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 -- The Government Accountability Office has issued a decision denying a bid protest filed by Opus Group of McLean, Virginia.

According to the GAO, Opus Group "protests the decision by the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health (NIH), to find its proposal unacceptable in the competition conducted under request for proposals (RFP) No. NIHJT2016015, for information technology (IT) solutions and services. Opus argues that NIH unreasonably found its teaming members failed to provide decryption passwords for documents that were required to be submitted ... Show Full Article