Teaming Agreements that Work Right and Avoid Litigation?

  |  February 12, 2019

Tony Franco, Esq. — Representing government contractors for more than 25 years, I still find many who do not realize that certain terms in a teaming agreement may not be enforceable. Surprised, they ask, “What is the point of a teaming agreement if I can’t get the subcontracting work I was promised?” Not wanting to... Read More

Contracting Officer Gives Tips on Winning Proposals

  |  November 28, 2018

Anthony Maggert — a former Contracting Officer (CO) Evaluating thousands of federal proposals I’ve seen a lot of bad. As a Contracting Officer (CO), my job was to weed out the bad and embrace the good. What does bad look like? Easy. Remember your 8th grade English class? Bad grammar, misspelling, punctuation, miss alignment —... Read More