Protest concerning Proposal Evaluation Criteria

B-187675: Jun 13, 1977

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A protest was made to the award of a contract on the basis that: price should have been the most important factor; protester's technical proposal should have received more points and the awardee's proposal less; evaluations insured that awardee would be the successful offeror; and alleged technical superiority of awardee did not justify award at a higher price than that of protester. Protest was denied as it was untimely; the contracting agency determines merits of proposals; allegation of bias in evaluation was speculation; and selection of higher priced but technically superior offer was proper. (DJM)

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