Falls Church-based Computer Sciences Corp. won the original competition, and the FDIC confirmed the company won the recompete.
Logenix opens Afghanistan, Pakistan offices
Alexandria-based Logenix , which manages getting supplies to tough-to-reach places all over the world, has opened up two new offices, in Kabul and in the port area of Karachi, Pakistan, said Ron Cruse, chief executive.
Cruse said it may seem counterintuitive, given the military’s ongoing departure from the area, but Logenix expects development programs to arrive in the region.
Logenix has hired a longtime operator in the area and his staff to help it build local connections.
“This is not just hanging a shingle out because you want to be in an area,” Cruse said. “In a services business, the product is really the people.”
GAO backs Grunley protest
The Government Accountability Office earlier this year upheld in part a protest filed by Rockville-based Grunley Construction against a General Services Administrationcontract won by Bethesda-based Clark Construction Group.
Grunley had argued that the agency unreasonably evaluated its technical proposal for the contract, which covered replacing infrastructure at a District-based federal office building.
The GAO recommended the GSA reevaluate proposals and make a new selection. The report also recommended GSA reimburse Grunley for the costs of pursuing the protest.