Bid Protests

Bid Protests

If bidders believe a federal bid procurement process was handled improperly, they may be able to protest the solicitation parameters or bid outcome contract award. Whether a contractor believes that the bid procurement evaluation process was unfair or that the awardee was not qualified the owner accepts a bid that should have been disqualified for the contract, it’s important that these protests are made quickly after the selection process as issues arise (and protest deadlines pass) within the procurement process.

Birch Horton Bittner & Cherot lawyers have the experience and knowledge necessary to handle these protests efficiently whether it is in the Federal Court of Claims, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), or an agency appeal. We have learned not to rely on government agencies to understand or protect our clients’ unique experiences, needs, or challenges. Our dedicated team has the skills and experience needed to protect your rights and interests to seek a for a successful protest, where successful protesters may be able to obtain reconsideration of an award or recovery of bid protest preparation costs. We also represent prospective contract awardees who can or intervene in bid protests to defend an award and protect their sensitive business information. defending against a protest, where bidders may be able to obtain reconsideration of award or recovery of bid preparation costs. We have learned not to rely on the government agency’s to understand or protect our clients’ unique experiences, needs, or challenges.

Attorneys

James H. Lister
Jon M. DeVore
Holly C. Wells
Elisabeth H. Ross
Carissa Siebeneck Anderson