BSJM Defends GAO Bid Protest for Client
R. Marsil Johnson, along with US mainland counsel, intervened in a federal procurement bid protest in which BSJM’s client was awarded a $48 million procurement contract. The protester challenged the award of a HUBZone contract for services to be provided in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, arguing that the Navy improperly determined its proposal was technically unacceptable. The U.S. Government Accountability Office denied the protest.
Blair Sterling Johnson & Martinez provides client counseling in procurement bidding, and representation in procurement protests, under federal and Guam law.