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In sustaining the second protest on past performance grounds filed by C&M on behalf of RGTS against the Air Force's $110 million award for F-15 support services, GAO held that the Air Force's purported corrective action and reevaluation was inconsistent with the solicitation because it improperly lumped together thousands of separate task orders under four IDIQ contracts, rather than reviewing past performance references for specific orders. Moreover, GAO held that the Air Force engaged in unequal treatment when it sought out and considered additional information for at least two other offerors, but refused to consider potentially mitigating information for RGTS that was readily available to the agency.

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