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Maureen Ohlhausen - Nominee to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

The Acting Chairwoman of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC),[1] Maureen Ohlhausen has worked in private FTC litigation, held a variety of posts at the FTC, and worked as a staff attorney and clerk in D.C.’s federal appeals court and the U.S. 2,675 more words

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Does the Court of Federal Claims give Alliant 2 protestors more hope than GAO?

The battle for the next great IT services governmentwide acquisition contract took  a bit of an unusual turn in early December when Obxtek Inc. filed a protest of the Alliant 2 awards in the Court of Federal Claims. 16 more words


VA CVE Unreasonably Decertified SDVOSB, Court Rules

The VA Center for Verification and Evaluation unreasonably decertified an SDVOSB based on the results of an SBA SDVOSB decision.

Source: VA CVE Unreasonably Decertified SDVOSB, Court Rules – SmallGovCon


Court Upholds "Draconian and Perverse" SBA SDVOSB Ownership Rules

The SBA’s strict SDVOSB ownership rules can produce “draconian and perverse” results, but are nonetheless legal, according to a federal judge.

Source: Court Upholds “Draconian and Perverse” SBA SDVOSB Ownership Rules – SmallGovCon


Prof. Ryan T. Holte - Nominee to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Traditionally, nominees to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims (CFC) don’t attract much controversy.  Due to the CFC’s limited jurisdiction and 15-year terms for their judges, both senators and interest groups generally ignore the court, and focus their attention on lifetime appointments.   1,459 more words

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When Offering a Low Cost Is Detrimental, and a Different Way to Show Technical Acceptability

It sounds simple. In Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) procurements, the agency determines the best value proposal by identifying those that are technically acceptable and then selecting the one with the lowest price. 683 more words

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