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    Federal Contract and Contract Dispute Resolution

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    A company meets with the DoD concerning its idea and submits a proposal. Another company believes that the DoD should be competing and threatens to submit a protest to the GAO. What steps should the Contracting Officer take and why? Should the contract be awarded?

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    First and foremost, the Contracting Officer for the first company that has submitted its idea and proposal must ascertain the federal requirements of the United States government mandates at the local, state, and federal level governmental agencies have certain obligations that must be adhered to when awarding bids on contracts. These agencies at ...

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    A company wants to dispute the government awarding a contract without offering fair competition on bidding. The solution details the legal rights and steps that the company bringing the dispute should take.

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