Jim Williams, former acting GSA administrator and partner at Schambach & Williams Consulting, discusses Amazon’s high-profile protest of the JEDI award, and what it means for cloud contracting.
Eric Crusius, partner at Holland & Knight, discusses the rationale behind bid protests and why “suing your customer” might be the right option.
Alan Chvotkin, executive VP & counsel at the Professional Services Council, discusses what makes for a successful bid protest, and the potential for contractor back pay after shutdowns.
Alan Chvotkin, executive VP & counsel at the Professional Services Council, discusses two bid protest cases, and what they mean for the future of contract-writing at agencies.
Tim Hanes, senior manager of public sector advisory at Grant Thornton, and Marc Pearl, President & CEO, Homeland Security & Defense Business Council, discuss homeland security contracting, and why bid protests are impacting enterprise development.
Lauren Brier, associate attorney at the Federal Practice Group, discusses how the bid protests against the JEDI contract selection process are faring, and how post-award protests might play out.