LPTA & Lowest Cost Technically Acceptable Source Selection Process

The lowest cost technically acceptable source selection process (LPTA)  is commonly used by government contracting agencies when best value is expected to result from selection of the technically acceptable proposal with the lowest evaluated price. Many solicitations are now advertised as using the lowest cost technically acceptable source selection process. Agencies… Read more »

The Risk of Writing Your Bid Proposal

By: Leanna Ajour, Esq. California & Colorado Attorney Your company has its specialties and you’re good at what you do. But, providing well-written proposals detailing to legally thorough degree, the work that you do and the methodology you will use to complete a bid proposal is what we do. Having a… Read more »

GSA Protests, GWACS FSS Contracts Protests

By: Leanna Ajour, Esq.  As a company that conducts business within the sphere of government contracts, you may have come across GWACs (Government-wide Acquisition Contracts). While you already know that government contracts can be a landmine of tricky regulations and complex rules compliance, what you don’t know about GWACs and… Read more »

Government’s Technical Bid Proposal Evaluation & Scoring

Avoid Some of the Most Costly Mistakes Seen With Government Technical Bid Evaluation & Scoring  The federal government’s Technical Bid Evaluation Report and evaluation scoring regulations for proposals have many nuances that contractors are not familiar with.  In addition, small businesses and large contractors alike are not always clear about how the government… Read more »

Protesting CICA Rule of Two Small Business Set Aside Cases

Better Understand the Basics of CICA Rule of Two Small Business Set Aside Decisions  If you are considering protesting agencies’ small business set-asides and their application of the SBA Rule of Two small business rules at GAO or Court of Federal Claims, you should be aware that this can be a very… Read more »