Government Accountability Office Reports and Comptroller General Decisions. Comptroller General Decision. Friday, May 23, 2008.
...Protester's contention that the agency failed to apply the Historically
Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) price evaluation preference is
denied where the solicitation did not include the HUBZone price evaluation
preference; to the extent the protester argues that the preference should
have been included in the solicitation, the protest is untimely as the
protester did not......
Government Accountability Office Reports and Comptroller General Decisions. Testimony. Wednesday, May 21, 2008.
...The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was created from a
disparate group of agencies with multiple missions, values, and
cultures into a cabinet department whose goals are to, among
other things, protect U.S. borders and infrastructure, improve
intelligence and information sharing, and prevent and respond to
potential terrorist attacks. GAO designated the implementation
Government Accountability Office Reports and Comptroller General Decisions. Comptroller General Decision. Monday, May 19, 2008.
...Agency had a reasonable basis to cancel small business set-aside and
resolicit its requirement on an unrestricted basis where the record
supports the reasonableness of agency's determination that prices offered
by eligible small business concerns were...
Government Accountability Office Reports and Comptroller General Decisions. Comptroller General Decision. Friday, May 9, 2008.
...Protest filed by Designated Employee Agent challenging agency's decision
to issue a solicitation for processing a backlog of Freedom of Information
Act requests without conducting a public-private competition is dismissed
where the protester represents a class of employees whose positions are
not at risk as a consequence of a contract awarded under the...
Government Accountability Office Reports and Comptroller General Decisions. Testimony. Thursday, May 8, 2008.
...The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for
overseeing direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising of prescription
drugs, which includes a range of media, such as television,
magazines, and the Internet. If FDA identifies a violation of
laws or regulations in a DTC advertising material, the agency may
issue a regulatory letter asking the drug company to take
specific actions. In......