Governor didn’t trick Research Co. into $22 million bid, GAO says

By Nicole Rosenthal (July 6, 2022, 12:41 p.m. EDT) – The Government Accountability Office has rejected a bid challenge from a North Carolina-based research firm that claimed the government sabotaged its $22 million proposal , finding a lack of evidence that the government held “misleading discussions” during its selection process.

GAO General Counsel Edda Emmanuelli Perez has refuted claims by RTI International that the government ordered the research firm to make a specific change to its staff to deliberately increase the cost of the management proposal fishing in Indonesia. Perez wrote that the agency fairly rejected RTI’s proposal because the agency’s technical evaluators believed that having a key staff member – known as…

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