[Protest of Library of Congress Contract Award for Writing Course]

B-271713: Jul 19, 1996

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A firm protested a Library of Congress contract award for a writing course, contending that the Library misevaluated its bid under the first evaluation factor. GAO held that the Library: (1) properly evaluated the protester's high-priced bid and the awardee's low-priced bid as technically equal; and (2) reasonably determined that the awardee had more relevant teaching and publication experience and made award based on the awardee's low bid price. Accordingly, the protest was denied.

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