Index Digest of the Published Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978 - Finance, Public
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Page 285 - ... is involuntarily separated from the service, not by removal for cause on charges of misconduct, delinquency ? or inefficiency ; is entitled to be paid severance pay in regular pay periods by the agency from which separated.
Page 337 - Where a written protest against the making of an award is received, award shall not be made until the matter is resolved, unless the contracting officer determines that : (i) the items to be procured are urgently required; or (ii) delivery or performance will be unduly delayed by failure to make award promptly ; or (iii) a prompt award will otherwise be advantageous to the Government.
Page 675 - Utah and elsewhere, each user? of power and electric energy for pumping irrigation water; that defendant is a corporation, organized and existing under the law...
Page 271 - ... at, or within the confines of, his station", in 550.141 mean one of the following: (1) At an employee's regular duty station. (2) In quarters provided by an agency, which are not the employee's ordinary living quarters, and which are specifically provided for use of personnel required to stand by in readiness to perform actual work when the need arises or when called.
Page 538 - ... be solicited from the maximum number of qualified sources consistent with the nature and requirements of the supplies or services to be procured, and written or oral discussions shall be conducted with all responsible offerers who submit proposals within a competitive range, price, and other factors considered: Provided, however.
Page 579 - ... protests based upon alleged Improprieties in any type of solicitation which are apparent prior to bid opening or the closing date for receipt of initial proposals shall be filed prior to bid opening or the closing date for receipt of initial proposals.
Page 155 - All or none qualifications. Unless the Invitation for bids so provides, a bid is not rendered nonresponsive by the fact that the bidder specifies that award will be accepted only on all, or a specified group, of the items included in the Invitation for bids. However, bidders shall not be permitted to withdraw or modify "all or none" qualifications after bid opening since such qualification is substantive and affects the rights of other bidders.
Page 745 - USC 49 and 314), authorize a principal officer to procure legal services whenever such services are required for the protection of the interests of the Government or to enable an officer or employee of the Service to carry on his work efficiently.
Page 453 - ... engine is modified version of baseline engine listed in solicitation. Also, record indicates Navy did not improperly estimate offerers' engine modification costs. 9. Navy's cost evaluation of competing proposals was conducted in accordance with proper procedures and established criteria since the Navy's development of its own estimates in determining cost credibility was consistent with sound procurement practices and award of contract to higher priced offeror was not improper. 10. Restriction...
Page 49 - ... since protest raises significant issues concerning relationship of Congress and Executive on procurement matters. Issues regarding evaluation and competition will also be considered since they are substantially intertwined with first issue and since GAO has continuing audit interest in NACF program. 2. Navy is not required as matter of law to expend funds provided in lump-sum appropriation act for a specific purpose when statute does not so require, notwithstanding language contained in Conference...

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