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Whether and How a Bid Protest Should Allege Bias: Court of Federal Claims Opinion Answers Some Questions, Raises Others

November 18, 2014, Bloomberg BNA

Covington's Scott Freling has authored this piece on bid protesters:

"If a bid protester is weighing whether to accuse an agency of bias, there usually are two separate, potentially cross-cutting concerns: (1) whether, and to what extent, the allegation might affect customer relations; and (2) whether the allegation is likely to gain traction during the protest. A recent opinion from the Court of Federal Claims (‘‘Court’’) offers some perspective on the latter, while also raising at least four significant and related questions."

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