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Jackson Moore Offers Lessons in Government Teaming Agreements at 2013 FEDCON

November 18, 2013

Raleigh, N.C. Jackson Moore, a partner within Smith Anderson’s Government Contracts practice, provided an update on Teaming Agreements as part of a panel discussion at the annual North Carolina Federal Construction, Infrastructure & Environmental (FEDCON) summit in Wilmington, N.C. on October 17, 2013. During the panel discussion, Jackson highlighted the importance of developing enforceable teaming agreements and the advantages and pitfalls of teaming relationships. 

Jackson publishes and speaks regularly to members of the business community on government contracting and other legal issues.  During the presentation, he discussed recent court decisions regarding the enforceability of teaming agreements as contracts; the Federal Acquisition Regulations; and bid protests from the United States Government Accountability Office.

About Smith Anderson’s Government Contracting Practice

Smith Anderson has extensive experience in government contract formation and administration, compliance requirements and dispute resolution for a range of contracts, including federal military and nonmilitary and state, local and public construction. Our Firm represents long-time federal, state and local government contractors, subcontractors and grantees and we have been integrally involved with some of the largest government contracting and infrastructure projects in North Carolina. For more information, please visit www.SmithLaw.com.

About FEDCON

The North Carolina Federal Construction, Infrastructure & Environmental (FEDCON) Summit is presented by The North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC) each year at the Wilmington Convention Center. More than 700 representatives of construction-related federal agencies and installations, general and specialty contractors, designers and construction suppliers in North Carolina convene at FEDCON to network, market their services and products, and discuss timely issues affecting government contractors. For more information, please visit http://www.ncmbc.us/2013NCFEDCON.php.

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