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1523 C 1 Protest Procedures Module 3, Lesson 6 26 Jun 2015 FAR part 33
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1523 C Terminal Learning Objective Given access to online resources, identify the policies and procedures for bid protests. Enabling Learning Objectives Given access to online resources, identify the policies and procedures for size status protests. 2 Objectives
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1523 C 3 FAR part 33.101 “Protest” means a written objection by an interested party to a solicitation or a award of a contract by or for a federal agency. An “ interested party ” is defined to include any offeror or prospective offeror whose direct economic interest would be affected by the award of a contract or by the failure to make the award Definitions
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1523 C 4 Restrictive requirements affecting competition Requirements unclear Exclusion from the “competitive range” Government did not follow required procedures during discussions Termination or Cancellation of a solicitation/award Unsuccessful offerors not notified Why Do They Protest? What happens when a protest is filed?
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1523 C 5 KOs must notify all unsuccessful offerors of the award results no later than 3 days after contract award KTR must request a debriefing within 3 days of notification of contract award After a debriefing is requested the KO has 5 days to provide the debriefing Unsuccessful Offeror Procedures Purpose of Debriefing
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1523 C 6 Debriefing Purpose of Debriefing: Explain the rationale used for award decision Explain the deficiencies in the unsuccessful offeror’s proposal Reduce the Number of Protests A Debriefing is Not: A page-by-page or point by point analysis Not a platform to debate or to defend the award decision or evaluation results
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