In the February 2019 issue of Government Contracting Law Report, Douglas Proxmire and Christopher Griesedieck published "Between a (CDA) Rock and a (FASA) Hard Place: Court of Federal Claims Decision Highlights Difficulties in Challenging Government Actions Related to Task Orders." Here is an excerpt.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims recently dismissed a bid protest for lack of jurisdiction. The protester’s allegation highlights the difficult position the Contract Disputes Act and the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act of 1994 put contractors in when they believe the government has engaged in serious wrongdoing related to a task order procurement. The authors of this article explain the decision and its implications.