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GAO Gives Deference to Decision to Exercise Option

Contrary to a common misconception, GAO has jurisdiction to consider a protester’s challenge to the exercise of an option in a competitor’s contract. But GAO’s review is largely deferential to the agency: it will uphold the exercise of an option unless a protester is able to show the agency failed to follow applicable regulations or otherwise should have conducted a new procurement.

Source: GAO Gives Deference to Decision to Exercise Option – SmallGovCon

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