and Christopher Griesedieck, Jr
. published "My Proposal Has A Minor Error - Is It Fatal?" in the October issue of Government Contracting Law Report
. Contractors run the risk that agencies will reject their proposals if they do not comply with all proposal instructions. Even arguably minor or easily correctable errors may result in the elimination of a proposal if the error could affect the initial evaluation. The authors of this article discuss recently released advisory opinions from the U.S. Government Accountability Office on the issue of minor mistakes.