The Federal Circuit recently issued a decision in Kingdomware Technologies, Inc. v. US, resolving the two-year dispute concerning whether the Veterans Administration (VA) is required to invoke the “Rule of Two” before awarding a contract using GSA’s Federal Supply Schedule (FSS). In 2012, GAO held that the VA was required to first invoke the Rule of Two and, if satisfied, award a contract. The VA announced that it would not follow GAO’s recommendation, and Kingdomware, a service-disabled veteran-owned small business (SDVOSB), protested at the CFC. The CFC sided with the VA and held that the VA could order from the FSS without invoking the Rule of Two. This week, the Federal Circuit sided with the VA (over a dissent) and held that the VA is not required to first use the Rule of Two.