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Education Dept. cancels contracts with two firms to collect on student debt

The U.S. Department of Education is rescinding lucrative contracts awarded to two companies to collect overdue student loans after several rivals protested the selection of the firms — one of which had financial ties to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. 16 more words

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Pentagon seeks to limit bid protests in federal court

The Defense Department is proposing legislation to impose new constraints on government contractors’ ability to protest federal agencies’ award decisions, including by rolling back their rights to file bid protests in federal court. 50 more words

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VA SDVOSB Rule of Two: Court Provides Important Guidance for Protesters 

A protester contending that the VA violated the “rule of two” by failing to set-aside a solicitation for SDVOSBs must present sufficient facts to indicate that the VA should have had a reasonable expectation of receiving two or more offers from SDVOSBs at fair and reasonable prices. 13 more words

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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

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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

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