Successfully Reversed an Award Decision and Then Defended Agency’s Award to Our Client
We successfully challenged the agency award of a contract to assist the Government of Mexico in reforming its justice system, obtaining corrective action that involved new final proposal revisions. And when our client won the second round award, we successfully defended a challenge by the prior awardee and preserved the award to our client.
Defeated an Agency’s Improper Use of “Low Price, Technically Acceptable”
When one agency sought to use the “low-price, technically-acceptable” method for procuring $2 billion in complex consulting services, we protested the lack of specificity concerning technical acceptability and price commitments as fundamentally unreasonable, convincing the agency to abandon the solicitation as written.
Successfully Defended $1 Billion Award for Embassy Services
Defending our client’s award from challenges by three competitors, we persuaded the agency to override the automatic stay of contract performance, and then successfully defended the override before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and then prevailed on the merits.