Relevant Past Performance Evaluation of Proposal Responses

When drafting your RFP response to a government proposal, solicitations typically call for relevant past performance. This means that your referenced projects must be recent, similar to the scope of work in the proposed project, and must also be of the same size and complexity. However, this does not mean… Read more »

Avoid Severin Doctrine Litigation Claims & Appeal Mistakes

In a recent case appealing a claim against the government, the agency filed for summary judgment invoking the Severin doctrine. Government contracts must be aware of this rule when appealing a government contract claim denial. What is the Severin Doctrine? This rule comes from the case of Severin v. United… Read more »