Complicated Army acquisitions lead to drawn-out vendor protests
October 25, 201811:06 am
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Complicated acquisitions make for complicated and long-running protests. That’s what the Army found out when it wanted to buy mundane items such as PCs, tablets and printers. Three rounds of protests later, it ended up close to where it started. Federal Drive with Tom Temin heard about the lessons learned from procurement attorney Joseph Petrillo of Petrillo and Powell.
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