A firm protested the Defense Logistics Agency's (DLA) termination of its contract for trailer rentals. DLA decided to resolicit the contract because it found that it had improperly evaluated the protester's low bid. The protester contended that issuing a new solicitation after its bid price was exposed would give its competitors an unfair advantage. GAO held that it would not review the DLA decision to terminate the contract because: (1) that was a matter of contract administration; and (2) the protester failed to show that the contract termination was improper. Accordingly, the protest was dismissed.
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