FH+H Partner Milt Johns and Associate Emily Spence intervened in two Government Accountability Office (GAO) protests on behalf of a client who was awarded a federal contract that was then challenged by multiple competitors.
The bid protests involved a federal government contract for information technology security services. Two unsuccessful bidders protested the award at the GAO, challenging the agency's evaluation of the proposals and source selection decision. As counsel for the intervenor, FH+H ensured the client's interests were protected, to include arguing for the redaction of the client's sensitive and proprietary information. GAO's denial of the pretest cleared the way for the client to begin its work for the federal government.
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