“With the fiscal year coming to a close, federal agencies are issuing notices of award and disappointed offeror letters. Because of the push toward category management and the growth in government-wide acquisition contracts (GWAC) and indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts, many of the procurements involve task orders. Although a task order may be similar to a contract in many respects, the rules that apply to protesting the award of a task order are different. Understanding these rules is essential for any government contractor competing for task order awards. Below are five things contractors should know about task order protests…” Read the full article here.
Source: 5 Things Government Contractors Should Know About Task Order Protests – September 12, 2019. JD Supra.