JV and Teaming

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This session was recorded on May 8th, 2024

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Government contractors routinely team with other contractors to compete for and perform contracts awarded by the federal government. This briefing will explain the various ways contractors can team up such as prime/sub relationship, a joint venture, or a Small Business Administration (SBA) Mentor/Protégé Program JV; in addition, the briefing will cover the pros and cons of each method, and how those methods interplay with the FAR and other sources of procurement law.

Recommended attending personnel:

Recommended attendees for this briefing include senior vendor leadership, business development, proposal writers, contract managers, and contract officers.


11:00 AM Topical Overview

- What is a Teaming Agreement?

- Why Team up?

11:15 AM Welcome and Introductions

11:25 AM Types of Teaming Adjustments

- Prime/Sub contractor

- Joint Venture

- Mentor/Protégé Agreement through the SBA

11:30 AM Pros and Cons of the Types of Teaming Agreements

11:40 AM How Types of Teaming Arrangements are Treated Under the FAR

11:50 AM Common Contract Provisions

- Defining the Relationship via the contract

- Exclusivity

- Guarantees regarding workshare

- Non-disclosure

- Choice of Law

12:15 PM Q&A

12:25 PM  Final Remarks & Additional Resources


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Jason Moy

Cordatis LLP

OF Counsel