COFC


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AcronymDefinition
CofCCollege of Charleston
COFCChamber of Commerce
CofCChurch of Christ
COFCCertificate of Conformance
COFCCourt of Federal Claims
COFCChampion of Champions (philatelic competition for national winners)
COFCcontainer on flatcar (US DoD)
COFCConsumption of Fixed Capital
CofCCouncil of Colonels
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2011) (affirming COFC decision finding GAO decision to be irrational where the GAO did not apply the proper deference to the KO's OCI determination).
This, in effect, is what GAO's bid protest process represents relative to the COFC.
Given that the bulk of contract claims under CAS 413 relate to pension surplus attributable to inactive participants, the COFC decision will have significant financial impact on contractors that have overfunded pension plans.
In Brickwood, the contractor filed a bid protest in the COFC regarding a Navy procurement for repairs to elevated water storage tanks.
Similarly the COFC has jurisdiction to hear suits by contractors objecting to a solicitation by a Federal agency for bids or proposals for a proposed contract or to a proposed award or the award of a contract or any alleged violation of statute or regulation in connection with a procurement or a proposed procurement.
I remember back in 2003, CofC judge, Sir Jeremy Isaacs said: "If one had to say one thing that swung it for Liverpool it would have to be there was a greater sense there that the whole city is involved in the bid and behind the bid.
Co: Cordoba, Fuente de la Raja, 30SUG4099, 366 m, 29-VIII-2013, Lopez-Tirado, COFC 61064.
Over the last three years seven published COFC opinions involved
The article concludes that the GAO and the COFC decisions reflect institutional differences: GAO focused its efforts on meeting the spirit of the Competition in Contracting Act of 1984's (CICA) enhanced competition mandate, (2) while the COFC adopted a plain-meaning judicial interpretation of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).