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Bid Protests: Characteristics of Cases Filed in Federal Courts
Richard Stana (au); William Jenkins (au). An eligible person or business may file a protest challenging a Federal contract award or the procedure by which the offers were solicited. This report reviews the cases, particularly small business cases, that have been filed in district courts & U.S. Court of Federal Claims (Courts) since the Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1996 took effect. The reportís objectives are to: identify the number of bid protest cases filed in the Courts between 1997 & 1999, that were filed by small businesses, the type of agencies involved, & the amount of the procurement; identify the perceived advantages & disadvantages, particularly for small businesses, of filing bid protest cases in each judicial forum.
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