Dissatisfied with an Unsatisfactory Rating? Contractor Options for Challenging CPARS

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In March 2014, PilieroMazza PLLC published a blog about challenging an unfavorable interim or final Contractor Performance Assessment Report System (“CPARS”) rating. Because of changes in the regulations, they updated that post for contractors interested in challenging their CPARS.

The FAR provides that contractors must be given a minimum of 14 calendar days to submit comments, rebutting statements, or additional information upon receipt of a CPARS. If you disagree with anything in a CPARS, you should take this opportunity because your response and comments will be retained as part of the CPARS. Your rebuttal should be uploaded into CPARS. In …read more

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