Although it is the goal of our attorneys to assist you in avoiding disputes, there are times when it is necessary to file a protest to protect your opportunity to receive a contract award. Whether protesting the terms of a solicitation, challenging an agency’s source selection decision, or protecting your award by intervening in a protest where you were selected as the awardee, our Government Contracts attorneys have the experience and drive to provide the representation you need.
In addition to our bid protest practice, General Counsel, P.C.’s Government Contracts Practice Group is pleased to provide you with the Bid Protest Weekly.
Researched, written and distributed by the attorneys of General Counsel, P.C., the Bid Protest Weekly allows the Government Contracts community to stay on top of the latest developments involving bid protests.
The Bid Protest Weekly is an online journal created and maintained by our Government Contracts Practice Group, which provides an analysis of the latest bid protest decisions as well as information to help businesses make informed decisions on protesting contract solicitations or awards. The Bid Protest Weekly includes informational articles, both posted on the website’s blog and distributed via a weekly email newsletter. Article topics range from bid protest primers to bid requirements and proposal writing tips.
The Bid Protest Weekly website also offers a continuously expanding archive of decisions dating back to 2009 that can be searched by keyword, agency, company, or date. The website also features Acquisition links, agency supplemental regulations, bid protest forum rules, and other important information.
Our Government Contracts Practice Group has extensive experience in the area of government contract law, helping clients solve their government contract problems relating to the award or performance of a federal government contract, including bid protests, contract claims, small business concerns, and teaming and subcontractor relations.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the discussed content, or questions about bid protests, please feel free to contact the attorneys at General Counsel, P.C. at 703.556.0411 or visit us at contact us using this form.