Teaming Agreements

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Considering the GSA Schedule? What You Need to Know

In this presentation: - A Brief Overview of GSA Schedule - Terms and Conditions - Advantages for Government and Industry - The Most Favored Customer Pricing, Economic Price Adjustments, and the...more

What is a teaming arrangement?

A teaming arrangement is a form of business arrangement that involves two or more companies coming together and combining resources for a specific purpose. Companies sometimes utilize teaming arrangements when bidding for...more

The 60-Second Construction Journal

The law contains many pitfalls for contractors. Important contractual rights and remedies can be lost, hard-won statutory protections waived, and serious liabilities incurred – all through ignorance of the law. This...more

Guilt by Affiliation: A Recent Court Decision that Every Government Contractor Should Consider

One of the many business strategies to win more government contracts is to “team” with other companies that provide specific specialties or qualify for socio-economic benefits. Sometimes, these partnerships are formal through...more

Is Your Teaming Agreement Enforceable?

Teammates who pursue a federal contract should agree up front and in detail regarding their respective obligations if the contract is awarded. Only agreeing to negotiate specific terms after an agency award is unlikely to...more

What's Next for Teaming Agreements After Cyberlock?

A recent federal District Court decision holding a teaming agreement between two contractors unenforceable under Virginia law raises questions about the usefulness of these commonly employed agreements—and not just in...more

The Cyberlock Decision: District Court Rules That Non-Specific Teaming Agreements Are Unenforceable

Government contractors will want to review their teaming agreements following the recent decision in Cyberlock Consulting, Inc. v. Info. Experts, Inc.. In Cyberlock, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of...more

Teaming Agreements Called Into Question Under Virginia Law

In 1997, the Virginia Supreme Court sent a chill down the spines of many companies operating under teaming agreements with a Virginia choice of law provision. In W.J. Schafer Associates, Inc. v. Cordant, Inc., 493 S.E. 2d 514...more

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