Claims Court will not launch protests over $ 5.5 billion Air Force IT deal

Law360 (April 15, 2021, 7:01 p.m. EDT) – The Federal Claims Court has refused to dismiss three challenges to a $ 5.5 billion information technology deal with the Air Force, claiming that protesters could dispute that their bids were excluded while they were also minor partners on the winning auctions for the deal.

Although Sirius Federal LLC, CounterTrade Products Inc., and Blue Tech Inc. have participated in teams that have won places under the 2nd Generation Information Technology General Purchase Agreement, or 2GIT, this does not. not prevent protesting after the teams they led have been excluded. the deal, because the roles are not equivalent, said Judge Edward H. Meyers in a March 29 …

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