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Attorney: Statistics Counter Arguments There Are Too Many Protests

March 2, 2016, BNA Federal Contracts Report

Jay Carey is quoted extensively in this BNA Federal Contracts Report article discussing bid protest rates. At a panel discussion hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Carey shared that bid protest rates are increasing but are still low by historical standards. Speaking to BNA, Carey says, “I think people tend to focus on the increase in protests over the last seven years,” He continues, “If you take a longer perspective, the data doesn't bear out the conclusion that there are too many protests.”

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