Law360 (August 18, 2020, 7:23 PM EDT) — The U.S. Court of Federal Claims axed Glocoms Inc.’s challenge to being passed over for a $3.7 billion contract to service a Texas short-term detention facility, disagreeing with claims that the government gave a rival an edge in contract bidding.
Though U.S. Customs and Border Protection accepted Coastal Clinical and Management Services Inc.’s price revisions for the multibillion-dollar contract, it also gave every competitor — including Glocoms — the chance to amend its pricing plan when the agency redid bidding on the contract, the federal court said in a July 7 decision made available Monday.
According to the opinion, Glocoms had…
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