Disgruntled RAC contractors cry foul
Protests by firms that submitted bids for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Recovery Audit Contractor program but weren't among the final four permanent auditors selected have thrown RAC into a 100-day hiatus. The two unsuccessful bidders—Vaperville, IL-based Viant and Atlanta-based PRG-Schultz International—have filed protests with the Government Accountability Office.
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