Government Contracts & Investigations

Category: State and Local Procurement

Recent Trends in Missouri Procurement Law Highlight Importance of an Early Protest Strategy

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When vying for a government contract, vendors hope to avoid the need for protest and litigation. But solicitation documents aren’t perfect. Often, the evaluation process isn’t either. When issues arise, vendors are left in a tricky position: Do you dispute the issue during the procurement process, possibly angering the people tasked with evaluating your bid?Read More

Topics: Bid Protests and the Contracting Process, State and Local Procurement

Wyoming Supreme Court Rules that Airport Operator Is Subject to Open Records Law

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Seeking to avoid an “absurd result,” the highest state court in Wyoming has ruled that the Jackson Hole Airport cannot refuse to produce airport-related documents by claiming that the airport is not subject to the state’s open records law: the Wyoming Public Records Act (WPRA). This decision is important for airports, governments that own airports,Read More

Topics: Aviation, State and Local Procurement, Statutes and Regulations