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Slamming the Courthouse Door: No Review of Alleged Statutory Violations in Task Order Procurements


In SRA In'l v. U.S. (Sept. 15, 2014), the Federal Circuit held that the Court of Federal Claims lacked jurisdiction over a protest of an agency's OCI waiver made in the context of a task order procurement. The Federal Circuit found that the divestiture of jurisdiction over task order procurements in the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act is complete and does not have an exception for alleged violations of statute or regulation.

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