Joe Petrillo: What happens when competing bids are millions apart?

Joe Petrillo, procurement attorney, Petrillo and Powell

When two competing bids come in for one contract, and the winner is tens of millions of dollars higher then the loser, something's up. That's what happened in the case of an Army communications deal. You can guess the result. Procurement attorney Joe Petrillo shares the details on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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