This episode of The PCI Network focuses on Suspension and Debarment. David Drabkin, Director and Faculty at PCI discusses, how to maintain compliance and avoid suspension and debarment. Mr. Drabkin is currently the Director of Acquisition Policy with Northrop Grumman Corporation. There he works with Congress, Executive Agencies and Industry Associations to evaluate and promulgate acquisition policy for Federal programs ensuring the interests of the Northrop Grumman are represented in the process.
This blog does not provide any legal advice regarding any particular transaction.
- COURT OF FEDERAL CLAIMS HAS JURISDICTION OVER PROTESTS IN OTHER TRANSACTION AGREEMENTS (“OTA”)
- “IMPLICIT PROMISE” IN FEDERAL SUPPLY SCHEDULE NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO MEET SOLICITATION REQUIREMENTS
- CONTRACTING OFFICER’S CLAIM WAS NOT “FINAL DECISION” BECAUSE IT INVITED CONTRACTOR TO SUBMIT FACTS AND DOCUMENTATION BEFORE FINAL DECISION
- PROTEST TO GAO IS UNTIMELY IF PRIOR AGENCY LEVEL PROTEST WAS UNTIMELY
- DON’T BUY SOFTWARE OR OTHER NEEDS FOR AN OPTION BEFORE IT IS EXERCISED