Contractor Misses Solicitation’s Past Performance Requirement; Gets High Score Anyway

Posted by on Apr 16, 2013 in Clients, Consulting, Contract Training, Editorial & Opinions, Government News, LinkedIn | 0 comments

This shows the value of understanding government contracting requirements and preferences. From our friend Steven Koprince at www.smallgovcon.com: Posted on April 2, 2013 by Steven Koprince A contractor was awarded an “Excellent” past performance score despite submitting only three past performance references, not the five past performance references required by the solicitation. Although one might think that a contractor would be...

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Troubling: VA Refuses To Issue Set-Aside Based On Offerors’ Experience

Posted by on Feb 25, 2013 in Clients, Consulting, Contract Training, Editorial & Opinions, Government News, LinkedIn | 0 comments

From our good friend Steven Koprince at SmallGovCon.com: Posted on February 15, 2013 by Steven Koprince In a troubling case, the VA recently refused to issue a small business set-aside because responses to a Request for Information indicated that prospective small business offerors lacked similar experience with the VA, and did not currently have available the personnel, equipment and facilities necessary to perform the contract. The GAO,...

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TOP 100 GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS: 2012

Posted by on Jan 26, 2013 in Clients, Consulting, Contract Training, Editorial & Opinions, Government News, LinkedIn | 0 comments

Want your company to join this list? FCD INC has the experience and methods to help. Click here for more coverage of the Top 100, including a look at major trends and profiles of the top 20. How we got our numbers, click here. COMPANIES BY RANKING 2012 Company Contracts 2011 1 Lockheed Martin Corp. $17,438,128,000 1 2 Northrop Grumman Corp. $9,143,329,000 2 3 Boeing Co. $7,455,878,000 3 4 SAIC $5,938,089,000 6 5 Raytheon...

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