Bid Protests for Government Property Sales? Maybe . . . Sort of

January 31, 2016

When a bidder in a government real estate property auction feels in some way the victim of unfair or improper treatment by the government is there a remedy available? And by remedy, I mean some formal process that will subject the government agency’s action to an independent review. If you ask the General Services Administration (the seller of most surplus federal property), they will say there is no remedy.   But in my view, that is not quite the case. Read the rest of this entry »