Paragon Systems, Inc. B-414515; B-414515.2

1. Bid protest that agency waived solicitations page limit for awardees proposal is denied where record shows the agency reasonably determined that contents of past performance section of awardees proposal were properly exempt from the page limit.

2. Protest that agency misevaluated both protesters and awardees management approach proposals, and past performance, is denied where record shows the evaluation was reasonable and consistent with solicitation criteria.

3. Protest that agency made an unreasonable source selection decision is denied where source selection decision was consistent with solicitation and demonstrated reasonable judgment that awardees proposal was higher-rated overall, and that paying its higher evaluated price was justified by identified advantages. Download the PDF

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