The complaint was filed by one of the contract contenders that was eliminated, "Sierra Nevada Corporation" in relation to it's "Dream Chaser" space plane, pictured above.
NASA has 30 days to respond to the accountability office of the US government, where a ruling will be issued January 2015.
Only a couple of weeks ago, NASA awarded contracts worth $4.2 billion to Boeing & Space X (Elon Musk's commercial space venture)
These are part of plans to bring back human space flight as part of America's space ability; which they currently rely on Russia to fly astronauts to the International Space Station.
If every country was funding a Global Space Agency, no one government would be responsible for holding the organization accountable. It would instead have to be held accountable by the United Nations to diminish a single country having more power and influence over the organization than another country.