Bid protests are a key element of the federal procurement process. And whether contractors are submitting a proposal, filing a protest, or defending their award, bid protest decisions can impact not only the contract, but future outcomes and the overall award process. Decisions from 2021 are no exception. With implications for everything from filing deadlines to a protester’s burden of proof, 2021 decisions illustrate important considerations for government contractors, clarify key regulations, and highlight potential outcome trends for 2022 and beyond. Bond producers, sureties, and government construction contractors will not want to miss this important seminar on significant bid protest decisions.
Join Katie Burrows and Eric Valle, attorneys in PilieroMazza’s Bid Protests and Government Contracts practice groups, as they discuss 2021 decisions that will shape the bid protest landscape going forward. They’ll cover:
- key decisions from 2021 and their implications;
- outcome trends to watch; and
- bid protest strategies for 2022.