The Government Accountability Office sustained IBM’s protest of the Environmental Protection Agency’s $84 million award to CGI-Federal to upgrade the agency’s financial-management system. The decision remains under protective order, but Mike Golden, GAO’s associate general counsel, said the agency found fault with EPA’s price and cost evaluations.
Golden would not say what recommendations GAO offered EPA to fix the procurement.
EPA has until Aug. 3 to decide how it will proceed.
-Jason Miller, FCW.com