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Dell Services Federal Government, Inc. (DSFG), of Herndon, Virginia, protests the issuance of a task order to SRA International, of Chantilly, Virginia, under request for quotations (RFQ) No. ED-CIO-17-Q-0002, issued by the Department of Education for information technology (IT) products and services.Did dsfg fail to evaluate quotes on a common basis?
DSFG argues that the agency failed to evaluate quotations on a common basis. According to DSFG, SRA's price was so low that the agency should have realized that the two firms were not competing on a common basis.Did dsdsfg fail to engage in meaningful discussions with SRA?
DSFG argues that the agency failed to engage in meaningful discussions with it. The protester has identified some nine areas where it alleges it did not receive adequate or equitable discussions. In addition, the protester argues that SRA was afforded an additional round of discussions after revised quotations were submitted.Did dsdsfg fail to perform a price realism evaluation?
DSFG's allegation essentially amounts to an argument that the agency failed to perform a price realism evaluation; such an evaluation would consider whether each firm's price was realistic in light of its proposed technical approach.