Key Personnel: Can you Stand Silent If Your Proposal Is No Longer Accurate?

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According to a recent decision by the General Accountability Office (GAO) the answer is “No.” If you submit a proposal with a key personnel requirement, and one or more of your proposed key people are no longer available, your proposal is no longer technically acceptable. Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. (Booz Allen) just learned this the hard way when Paradigm Technologies (Paradigm) protested, alleging that Booz Allen had proposed a key person but knew, prior to the award decision, that she was no longer available. Paradigm Technologies B-409221.

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