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A firm protested the Defense Construction Supply Center's (DCSC) rejection of its alternate bid for split lock rings, contending that its product conformed with part revisions. GAO held that DCSC reasonably rejected the protester's product, since: (1) the protester's technical data package did not satisfy the the technical requirements; and (2) DCSC lacked a proprietary part design information which made it impossible to determine whether the protester's product complied with the current design revision. Accordingly, the protest was denied.

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