Recent civil rulings haven’t stopped Co. from a $66 million deal with the military

By Daniel Wilson (June 10, 2022, 8:35 p.m. EDT) — The U.S. Government Accountability Office has dismissed a protest against a $66 million Army logistics mission order, saying the winning bidder failed to make any material misrepresentation by failing to disclose recent information. civil judgments in its proposal.

The civil decisions involving Vanquish Worldwide LLC or its CEO were either unrelated to federal contracts or were ultimately resolved by no-fault settlements, meaning the company was not bound, under federal takeover regulations. , to disclose them in its proposal to the military, the GAO ruled, dismissing a protest from The Logistics Co. Inc.

“In sum, none of the judgments listed by the…

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