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GAO Faults Corrective Action Reevaluation

August 27, 2015

In eAlliant, LLC (Jan. 14, 2015), GAO demonstrated that reevaluations based on "corrective action" must independently pass muster. Here, the record contained no rational basis or explanation for why the official who had previously credited the protester's technical proposal with multiple strengths had allowed the removal of all but one strength during subsequent reevaluations when there were no material revisions to the RFP's technical requirements or to the protester's proposal.

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