Article Date: 07/19/2013


Disappointed Bidder Did Not Challenge Decision Promptly Enough


A disappointed bidder did not seek injunctive relief promptly after learning of the public project owner’s intent to award the contract to a competitor. Consequently, even if the owner violated the procurement statutes, the disappointed bidder was not entitled to recover money damages in the form of bid preparation costs.

 

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