Bid protests – especially at GAO – have very strict deadlines, so you must make choices about where and when to file in a matter of days.
DO NOT DELAY.
If your company submitted a proposal in response to a Government Solicitation, which was recently rejected, and you believe that a less qualified offeror was awarded the contract, you may have grounds for a bid protest.
General Counsel’s bid protest attorneys are highly skilled and experienced in filing pre-award and post-award bid protests at GAO and the Court of Federal Claims. We cannot help you until we talk. Call us today at 703.556.04111 or book an appointment for a free consultation to see how we can help you.
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Our Government Contracts Practice
Our GovCon practice is led by Lewis Rhodes. In addition to his legal career where he has been both in-house and outside counsel for government contractors, Lewis is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps Reserves and has a combined 26 years of service on active duty and as a Reservist. As a veteran, Lewis takes special pride in representing veteran-owned businesses and has developed expertise in regulations governing VOSB and SDVOSB certified companies.