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June 3, 2010

Weigh the issues before protesting a bid

  • Most bid protests involve “responsiveness,” which relates to price, quality, quantity or delivery.
    Jordan Schrader Ramis

    The lack of private-sector construction work coupled with an increase in public construction projects through stimulus funding has made it more important than ever for contractors to understand the public bidding process.

    A bidder may challenge the award of a public construction contract to another bidder by initiating a bid protest. In deciding whether to protest, the following issues should be considered.

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