Carmon Construction, Inc., B-292387; B-292387.3, September 5, 2003 * REDACTED DECISION
B-292387,B-292387.3: Sep 5, 2003
Carmon contends that its offer should have been selected for award because it represents no significant risk to the government and is lower in price than Batson-Cook's after application of the 10 percent HUBZone price evaluation preference provided for in the RFP. Which was issued on an unrestricted basis on November 15. Technical factors and their corresponding weights were as follows: experience (20 percent). The price of each non-SDB offeror was to be evaluated by adding a factor of 10 percent to the actual price offered. " was to be evaluated by adding a factor of 10 percent to the actual price offered. FAR Sec. 52.219-4(b)(3) further states that "[a] concern that is both a HUBZone small business concern and a small disadvantaged business concern will receive the benefit of both the HUBZone small business price evaluation preference and the small disadvantaged business price evaluation adjustment.".