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Court Tells Agency To Address Illicit Advantage In Recompetition


In Beta Analytics Int'l, Inc. v. U.S. (Nov. 23, 2005, ), the Court of Federal Claims wrestles with the situation of having found the initial procurement decision to be unlawful but not having stopped the process, which allowed the competitor to take over the job and hire away many of the protestor-incumbent's key employees. The court ordered the Navy (a) not to exercise the option years and (b) to mitigate the unlawful advantage through its evaluation methodology for the reprocurement.

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