[Protest of Army Contract Award for Primary Care Clinic Operation]
B-251933: May 13, 1993
- Full Report:
A firm protested an Army contract award for the establishment and operation of a primary care clinic, contending that the Army failed to evaluate the awardee's unreasonable and unrealistic low bid. GAO held that the Army: (1) performed a proper cost analysis; (2) reasonably determined that the awardee's estimated costs were realistic and its proposed prices were fair and reasonable; and (3) properly determined that the awardee's bid did not reflect a lack of technical understanding or pose any performance risk. Accordingly, the protest was denied.