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Legal-Bid Protest Ruling: RMI.

B-405409 October 20, 2011

RMI, of Stafford Springs, Connecticut, protests its status as an approved dealer/distributor with respect to request for quotations (RFQ) No. SPM4A7-11-Q-9115 issued by the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) for a compressor shroud segment for the F-108 engine. RMI complains that it should be approved as a manufacturer of the shroud segment. We dismiss the protest as failing to state a valid basis of protest.

We dismiss the protest as failing to state a valid basis of protest.

Categories: Bid Protest, Air Force procurement, Aircraft components, Aircraft engines, Aviation, Competitive procurement, Defense procurement, Equipment contracts, Evaluation protests, Manufacturing contracts, Manufacturing industry, Qualified bidders list
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