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In this procurement involving the testing of armor protective plates, the Army awarded the contract to incumbent IAP Worldwide Services, Inc. under a best value analysis. TCSI argued that its proposal was not properly evaluated and should have been given a strength under its technical proposal that would have placed it in line for award. Without conceding the merits of TCSI’s argument, the agency agreed to open discussions and allow offerors to submit final proposal revisions. The GAO dismissed ...

Atlanta/Washington, D.C. (October 2019) – Morris, Manning & Martin has elected eight attorneys to become partners on January 1, 2020. The class is notable for several reasons:

  • The large class demonstrates MMM’s commitment to its strategic plan; a key component of which is sustained organic growth and a commitment to diversity.
  • Five of the eight new partners are women.
  • Three of the new partners are in the firm’s fast-growing Washington D.C. office; the largest number ever for that office.
  • The cl ...

On behalf of a small business federal contractor, Morris, Manning & Martin’s, C. Kelly Kroll and Andrew J. Mohr successfully protested four awards by the U.S. Air Force (USAF). The USAF initially determined that MMM’s client was not highly rated enough to win one of the four Blanket Purchase Agreements being awarded to fulfill the USAF’s digital printing and imagining device needs. MMM protested USAF’s award decision arguing that its client’s proposal was unreasonably evaluated and that the USAF ...

Morris, Manning & Martin, on behalf of client Arch Systems, LLC (Arch), successfully protested the arbitrary finding by the U.S. National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) that Arch was ineligible for award of a coveted spot on the Chief Information Officer–Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Small Business Government-Wide Acquisition Contract for Historically Underutilized Business Zone businesses. Arch protested NITAAC’s non-award decision ar ...

Morris, Manning & Martin, on behalf of client Arch Systems, LLC (Arch), successfully defended the protest of an award of a $39M task order award by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for computer system security testing and monitoring. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) dismissed a protest filed by CompQSoft, Inc. of Houston, Texas, in which CompQSoft alleged that Arch Systems and one of its subcontractors had an unmitigable conflict of interest, the agency failed ...

Defense Information Systems Agency takes corrective action in face of a protest filed by Morris, Manning & Martin, on behalf of Total Computer Solutions, Inc. (TCSI).

In this procurement for Component Acquisition Executive Acquisition Support Services, TCSI was eliminated from competition during Phase I of a two part evaluation process. DISA had eliminated TCSI in Phase I for failing to meet minimum experience requirements for certain key personnel proposed by TCSI. TCSI argued not only that thi ...

  • MMM adds 11 attorneys and patent agents, and 7 staff members to broaden D.C. office
  • Launches Government Contracts Practice Group, acquiring 2 seasoned attorneys
  • Expands Intellectual Property Practice Group, adding 6 members
  • Firm’s growth underscores gains in revenue, jumping 8.4% to $129.8M from 2016
  • Net income increased 12.6% to $49.7M in 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP (MMM), a full service AmLaw 200 firm with national and international reach, has added 11 attorneys and ...