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Bid Protest Filing Deadlines

by Caitlin Keegan Cloonan
Arnold & Porter LLP - McLean Office

Kristen Ittig
Arnold & Porter LLP - McLean Office

Peter T. McKeen
Arnold & Porter LLP - McLean Office

David P. Metzger
Arnold & Porter LLP - McLean Office

December 10, 2010

Previously published on December 2010

Protests are an outgrowth of intense competition for federal contracts. Whether a contractor or vendor should file a protest is governed by many factors. However, whether a contractor or vendor may file a protest is as a threshold matter governed by protest filing deadlines. These deadlines vary by forum, type of procurement, and whether a stay of the procurement is sought. This advisory addresses the threshold issue of time to file federal protests. www.arnoldporter.com


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