TCG, Inc.

Bid protest asserting latent ambiguities in the solicitation is dismissed as untimely where the protester could have raised this protest ground in its initial protest filing, but failed to do so.  GAO denied protest allegation challenging the agency’s price reasonableness analysis, finding that the agency reasonably documented its determination that the awardee’s price, while higher than the Government’s internal cost estimate, was fair and reasonable.

 

 

 

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