Hyperbaric Technologies, Inc., B-293047.4, March 29, 2004 * REDACTED DECISION
B-293047.4: Mar 29, 2004
Protester's contention that agency improperly evaluated its proposal is denied where the record shows that the agency evaluated proposal in accordance with the criteria announced in the solicitation and the record reasonably supports the evaluators' judgment. 2. Protest of agency's price/technical tradeoff decision is denied where the solicitation stated that technical capability was more important than price and the source selection official reasonably found. The Hyperbaric Medicine Division at Brooks City-Base is a medical treatment facility which has two cylindrical multiplace hyperbaric chambers that can accommodate two or more patients. The hyperbaric chambers are pressurized and are used to treat patient wounds or infections by administering oxygen (or other gases) directly into the patient's body to aid in healing.