QVine Corporation; Digital Age Experts, LLC

1. Agency reasonably assessed a significant weakness in protester’s technical proposal based on protester’s failure to meaningfully address solicitation requirements regarding information security.

2. Agency evaluated technical proposals in a manner that was consistent with the solicitation’s evaluation criteria, which provided for assessing the extent to which proposals balanced the solicitation’s potentially competing objectives of functionality, performance, and availability.

 

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