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DZSP plans to file additional protest over awarding of contract

Posted: May 18, 2018 1:55 PM Updated:

A dispute over the nearly $500 million Guam Base operation support services contract continues.

Former contractor DZSP says it's filing another protest at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims challenging the Navy's recent decision to re-award the contract to the Fluor company.

The Navy confirms that on May 4, 2018, Fluor Federal Solutions was chosen as "the best value contractor as its proposal provides the overall best value to the Government."

But in a statement, DZSP said it does not believe the Navy's decision is consistent with the Court's previous decision in favor of DZSP 21. DZSP says in a previous protest, the Court "ruled in our favor and left it to the Navy to decide whether to re-start the competition with a new Request for Proposal, or re-evaluate the 2014 proposals and make a new award decision."

DZSP had held the contract since 2005.

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