Introduction

This reference lays out the filing deadlines, jurisdictional requirements, stay rules, and appeal process for each place a bid protest can be filed: the Government Accountability Office, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the procuring agency.

The rules differ by type of procurement. Chart 1 lists the rules for protesting contracts awarded under FAR Parts 13, 14, and 15. Chart 2 lists the rules for protesting task and delivery orders issued under most IDIQ contracts. Chart 3 lists the special rules that apply to protests of task orders issued under the General Service Administration’s Federal Supply Schedule contracts.

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Chart 1 (Contracts)
Chart 2 (IDIQ Task Orders)
Chart 3 (GSA FSS Task Orders)
 
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