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The Seven-Day Time Limit to File a Bid Protest Begins to Run when the Protestor Knew or Should Have Known a Basis for a Bid Protest

The Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals (“MSBCA”) determined that it did not have jurisdiction to hear the Supplemental Bid-Protest Appeal (the “Protest”) because the protestor did not file the Protest in a timely manner.  That is, the protestor did not file the Protest within seven days’ time, as required by COMAR 21.10.02.03B.  MSBCA stated…

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“Good Faith” Efforts to Include MBE Goals in a Bid

In Turlington Valuation Associates, Inc., MSBCA No. 2959 at 1 (May 11, 2016), the Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals (“MSBCA”) denied the appeal of Turlington Valuation Associates, Inc. (“Turlington”) after Turlington failed to make good faith efforts to meet the Minority Business Enterprise  (“MBE”) goals.  In its appeal, Turlington sought a waiver for the…

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