Detica – b-400523 (Dec. 2, 2008)

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Conflict of Interest – Protest Decision Summaries
Point of Contact: Darryl Grant

Date Prepared: December 24, 2008

Detica – B-400523 (Dec. 2, 2008)

The existence of an OCI must be supported by hard facts, not mere suspicion. Protest that successful vendor has an impermissible “biased ground rules” type of organizational conflict of interest is denied, where record shows that, contrary to protester’s assertion, former agency official working for successful vendor did not participate in planning the acquisition or preparing the solicitation. Protest that agency evaluator was biased in favor of successful vendor is denied where protester presents no evidence to support its assertion and record shows that evaluator in question rated protester’s and successful vendor’s quotations consistently. The protestor must show that the alleged bias translated into action that unfairly affected the protester’s competitive position.

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