Subcontracts and Teaming Agreements
Subcontracting and teaming are integral aspects of the federal procurement industry. Whether the relationship is formulated in order to meet small business subcontracting goals or to take advantage of a teaming partner’s complimentary capabilities, the success of each arrangement depends largely on the functionality and effectiveness of the agreement that governs the relationship between the parties. Indeed, the relationships between the federal government, prime contractors, subcontractors, and teaming partners are complex. Beyond the drafting and preparation of the agreements themselves, there are unique regulatory hurdles that can cause everlasting conflict and problems in the contracting relationship. In addition to the crucial application of contract flow-down clauses in subcontracts, contractors must understand the effects and importance of executing comprehensive teaming agreements and subcontracts that include all of the terms, conditions, and provisions that are essential to a successful partnership for government business.
Centre’s Expertise in Subcontracts and Teaming Agreements:
- Protecting workshare through negotiation of enforceable teaming agreements
- Assessing litigation risk and return on investment
- Beyond the courts – representation in mediation and arbitration
- Advising on rights and responsibilities with respect to subcontracts impacted by COVID-19
- Analyzing subcontractor rights and remedies regarding claims, appeals and disputes provisions
- Preparation of joint ventures and related corporate documents
Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience in Subcontracts and Teaming Agreements and are ready to assist you today.
Our Subcontracts and Teaming Agreements Experts
Barbara Kinosky is the Managing Partner of Centre Law and Consulting and has more than twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of federal government contracting. Barbara is a nationally known expert on GSA and VA Schedules and the Service Contract Act, and she has served as an expert witness for federal government contracting cases. She has a proven track record of solving complex issues for clients by providing strategic and business savvy advice. Barbara was named a top attorney for federal contracting by Smart CEO magazine in 2010, 2012 and 2015. Prior to establishing Centre, Barbara was the head of a government contracts practice group at a major law firm. She started Centre in 2002 to provide integrated legal, GSA consulting and training services.