Protest of Air Force Contract Award for Fuel System, B-258544, U.S. GAO, January 17, 1995.

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A firm protested an Air Force contract award for a fuel system, contending that the Air Force should have rejected the awardee's bid, since it did not meet the solicitation requirements. GAO held that the: (1) Air Force reasonably determined that the awardee's product met the solicitation's technical requirements; and (2) protester failed to provide evidence that the Air Force.

equal" basis by the Department of the Air Force for a refuse derived fuel system at Eiolson Air Force Base (AFB), Alaska. SWIS argues that Warren & Baerg's "equal" cuber, a component of the system, does not satisfy the requirements of the IFS and that Warren & Saerg's bid should therefore have been rejected.

We deny the protest A firm protested an Air Force contract award contending that it should have received the award because the equipment offered by the low offerer was rebuilt, not new.

In addition, it questioned whether the two lowest offerers were qualified for award of this small business set-aside and complained that the contracting officer acted untimely in providing abstracts of the offers. A firm protested an Air Force contract award for fuel cargo tank trucks, contending that the Air Force: (1) conducted an improper cost realism analysis and performance risk evaluation of January 17 awardee's bid; (2) conducted a flawed cost-technical trade-off; and (3) improperly accepted the awardee's below-cost bid.

Matter of: Solid Waste Integrated Systems Corporation File: B Date: Janu Protest challenging the acceptability of the awardee's "equal" product in a brand name or equal procurement is denied where the procuring agency reasonably determined that the product met all the solicitation's technical requirements as set forth in the stated salient characteristics of the.

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A firm protested two Air Force contract awards B-258544 support services, contending that the Air Force: (1) improperly imposed a requirement that was not stated in the solicitation; (2) unreasonably evaluated its bid in terms of its proposed personnel experience; and (3) made an unreasonable cost/technical tradeoff decision.

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Inc. protest the awards to ITT Barton and Engineering Design Grotu under request for proposals (HFP) No, FR, issued by the Department of the Air Force for auto-matic tank gauging (ATG) systems for usse on fuel storage tanks at various locations, Sci-Tec protests the award to ITT Barton, and Sarasota protests the awards to ITT Barton.

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that was in effect when Jones filed this protest was not a viable option, the Air Force overrode the stay of performance under the Competition in Contracting Act, citing the best interests of the government.2 See 31 U.S.C.

§ (d)(3)(C)(i)(I) (). 2 The Air Force and the protester both requested that our Office provide alternative. Contract Award / Length. February / 5 years. Page KUWAIT BASE OPERATIONS. AND SECURITY SUPPORT SERVICES. supply, fuel services, airfield management, weather The only contractor in the U.S.

Air Force to achieve.

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