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May the Clause be With You: A NEW Podcast and Virtual Class exclusively on the PCI Channel! The first two sessions of this class are FREE! To learn more or register, click here! Clauses set forth in FAR PART 52, without doubt, establish a critical foundation in every Federal Government Contract. You might even say they’re the “Force” that binds a contract together! Thus, mastering when, how, and even if certain clauses should be referenced or used is a goal all should try to achieve. But due to the intimidation caused by the complexity of these clauses (especially for the beginner), that goal is often seen as impossibly out-of-reach. PCI and their expert FAR Clause Masters are ready to raise the level of your mindfulness … Continue readingFind out more »
To learn more or register, click here Other Transaction Authority agreements are increasingly becoming relevant for a number of U.S. Government agencies and contractors. With the flexibility to deviate from the Federal Acquisition Regulation and general procurement requirements, these types of agreements are attractive to both public and private personnel. However, the frameworks that apply to Other Transaction Authority agreements are continually changing and present novel considerations that are not immediately obvious to most individuals that participate in traditional government contracting, including individuals with years of experience in this space. In this series, our instructors will discuss the frameworks that apply to Other Transaction Authority agreements and differences between these forms of agreements and traditional government contracts. The series will focus on unique issues raised … Continue readingFind out more »
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