“Other transactions” (“OTs”) are one of the most-talked about, but least understood, aspects of the Government contracting process, which is somewhat ironic since the authorizing statute makes it clear that these transactions can be entered into without the traditional solicitation, and most of the standard Federal acquisition statutes and regulations do not apply. PCI’s April 20 session of “The Professor’s Forum” will focus on this unusual process, and Professor Ralph Nash and Tim Sullivan will tell you what you need to know. What agencies have OT authority? What kind of work can be performed under an OT? What accounting requirements are imposed? Does the GAO get involved with protests? What rules do apply? Who is eligible for such transactions? Learn all of this and more in this very important session of The Professor’s Forum.
Professor Ralph Nash and Tim Sullivan are delighted to present the eighth year of “The Professor’s Forum,” a monthly virtual class designed to delve into some of the most challenging issues facing contractors and Government personnel alike. As always, each session will give you and your colleagues the opportunity to hear from two of the most experienced lawyers in the business of government contracting, and their discussion will very likely lead to you and your team applying what you just learned to the challenges your organization is currently facing. Looking for instant gratification? This is your chance!
The Professor’s Forum with Ralph Nash and Tim Sullivan 2023
Third Thursday of the Month, 12:00-1:30pm (ET)
6 Sessions, Every other Month from February to December
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