Government & Organizations
Crowell & Moring’s “All Things Protest” podcast keeps you up to date on major trends in bid protest litigation, key developments in high-profile cases, and best practices in state and federal procurement. In this episode, hosts Olivia Lynch and Christian Curran cover a recent GAO decision that could have significant implications for awardee protesters.
Byte-Sized Q&A: Tell me about FedRAMP
All Things Protest: Evolving Developments in Awardee Standing (April 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What are the basics of NIST SP 800-53?
Byte-Sized Q&A: What About Controlled Technical Information?
All Things Protest: The Importance of Submitting a Complete Proposal (March 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What is Covered Defense Information?
All Things Protest: COFC Deems Small Business Ineligible for Failing to Recertify as Other than Small under FAR 52.219-8 While Proposal Was Pending Following an Acquisition (March 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What is Controlled Unclassified Information?
Let’s Talk FCA: Top False Claims Act Developments of 2020 and a Look Ahead
Byte-Sized Q&A: What is Federal Contract Information?
Byte-Sized Q&A: What is an APT?
All Things Protest: 2020 Protest Statistics and What to Watch for in 2021 (January 2021)
Byte-Sized Q&A: The CIA Triad
Byte-Sized Q&A: Why is I-O-T so H-O-T?
All Things Protest: Stay Override Challenge in a Pandemic-Related Procurement (December 2020)
Byte-Sized Q&A: What is NIST?
Let's Talk FCA: DOJ False Claims Act Investigations (Part 2)
All Things Protest: The Latest on Key Personnel (November 2020)
Byte-Sized Q&A: Why is Everyone Talking about November 30?
All Things Protest: Competitive Foosball Gets Procurement Kicked (October 2020)
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