Bid Protests at GAO: Cases and Controversy
May 8, 2012
There are fewer government contracting dollars and an increase in protests at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the Court of Federal Claims. The smart attorney and government contractor has to understand the bid protest process and how to navigate through each forum.
This program will address:
• Significant jurisdictional issues, procedural developments, and boundaries at GAO and the Court of Federal Claims—How do GAO and the Court interact?
• Controversial protest decisions in the areas of small business, source selection, and OCIs—How are they impacting policy and what can the procurement community learn from these decisions?
• The protest process going forward—Is the system working?
Our expert panelists include representatives from GAO and from the public and private sectors, who will offer their insights and guidance on litigating bid protests at GAO and the Court.
American Bar Association
321 N. Clark
Chicago, Illinois 60654
United States of America
Contact: Brandon Wilhelm