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e-CFR Data is current as of October 22, 2014

Title 4Chapter ISubchapter BPart 21


TITLE 4—Accounts

CHAPTER I—GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE

SUBCHAPTER B—GENERAL PROCEDURES

PART 21—BID PROTEST REGULATIONS

rule
§21.0
Definitions.
§21.1
Filing a protest.
§21.2
Time for filing.
§21.3
Notice of protest, submission of agency report, and time for filing of comments on report.
§21.4
Protective orders.
§21.5
Protest issues not for consideration.
§21.6
Withholding of award and suspension of contract performance.
§21.7
Hearings.
§21.8
Remedies.
§21.9
Time for decision by GAO.
§21.10
Express options, flexible alternative procedures, accelerated schedules, summary decisions, and status and other conferences.
§21.11
Effect of judicial proceedings.
§21.12
Distribution of decisions.
§21.13
Nonstatutory protests.
§21.14
Request for reconsideration.


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