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Navigating Bid Protests

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Published on Jul 29, 2014

As federal spending and budgets shrink, competition between contractors increases and bid protests are on the rise. Have you thought about protesting a lost government contract? Has your award ever been protested? Have you questioned the qualifications of an award winner? Do you know your rights when being protested or how to protest an award?

Presented by Pamela Mazza, Managing Partner and Jon Williams, Partner, both of PilieroMazza PLLC.

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