Forming Successful Teaming and Subcontracting Arrangements
McLean, VA 22102
The increase in subcontracting and teaming arrangements has allowed companies to grow their business and win contracts by combining talent and resources. But with that comes risk. Thoughtfully negotiated teaming agreements and subcontracts can be key to managing changes and problems that occur during the course of these relationships. The purpose of this program is to help business people identify and understand the key issues when forming subcontracting and teaming arrangements that can help avoid problems down the road.
- Purpose and function of teaming agreements
- Key provisions that allocate future risk between parties
- Subcontracts: essential terms and conditions and what's at stake during negotiations
- Flow down issues
- Small Business Subcontracting Plans
- Compliance issues in subcontracting
- Recent developments
Both small and large government contractors will benefit from this discussion.
Richard O. Duvall, Partner, Holland & Knight
Michelle Hertz, Managing Counsel, CGI Federal
James S. Kennell, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, SAIC
James Thomas, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
David S. Black, Partner, Holland & Knight
Thomas M. Brownell, Partner, Holland & Knight
This event is sponsored by Holland & Knight and Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce.
Space is limited. Please RSVP using the link above by October 7, 2010.