Computer Associates International, Inc., B-292077.2, September 4, 2003 * REDACTED DECISION
B-292077.2: Sep 4, 2003
Protester's argument that the solicitation is defective in that it fails to set forth the agency's actual minimum requirements is in essence a challenge to the evaluation of vendor responses. Thus is premature where award has not yet been made. 2. Corrective action taken by the agency in response to a suspected procurement impropriety is unobjectionable where the agency has a reasonable basis for restricting the scope of revisions that vendors may make to their quotes. CA argues that the solicitation is defective in that it fails to set forth the agency's minimum requirements. Advised that "[i]t is only essential that the functional requirements [of the proposed software] be satisfied in the same manner for each participating platform.".