B-239035, Jul 16, 1990, 90-2 CPD 35
B-239035, Jul 16, 1990
Is unobjectionable where substantial government furnished property will be provided to the contractor for performance of the contract and the services to be performed are critical to the continuous operation of the facility. The Coast Guard has determined that the requirement for a performance bond is necessary to protect the government's interests because substantial government property valued at $1. 785 will be furnished to the contractor for performance of the contract. Are not properly maintained. The agency also has specifically found that the bond is necessary to assure the continuous operation of the Coast Guard Academy. J & J protests that the performance bond requirement is unreasonable and should either be eliminated or reduced to the value of the government- furnished property ($1.