Orbital Sciences Corporation B-414603; B-414603.2

 1. Bid protest is denied where the agency waived a solicitation requirement and the protester did not allege that it was prejudiced by the waiver.

2. Protests challenging the agency’s cost realism evaluation are denied, where the record demonstrates that the agency’s conclusions were reasonable with regard to the awardee’s proposed hours, and where the agency reasonably adjusted protester’s costs.

3. Protest challenging the agency’s past performance evaluation of the awardee is denied, as the agency was not required to consider an inspector general report as part of the evaluation. Download the PDF


 

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