Raleigh, N.C. – On November 21, 2013, Jackson Moore, a partner at Smith Anderson, served as a panelist at the 2013 Scholarship Small Business Workshop hosted by the Fort Bragg Post of the Society of American Military Engineer’s (SAME). As part of the panel discussion, Jackson provided an update on teaming agreements and subcontracting in federal contracting, the implications of the recent Cyberlock decision from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia; and guidelines for drafting an effective teaming agreement.
Jackson participated on the panel with representatives of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), United States Small Business Association, and the North Carolina Military Business Center (NCMBC).
About Jackson Moore
Jackson is the head of Smith Anderson’s Government Contracting practice group and a member of the firm’s Data Use, Privacy and Security practice group. His dispute resolution practice also focuses on litigation, mediation and arbitration involving businesses. Jackson speaks and publishes regularly on issues affecting government contractors. In addition, he authored “Cybersecurity, Counterfeit Parts and the Government Contractor,” a chapter in the 2013 edition of Inside the Minds: Government Contracts Compliance. For more information, please visit Jackson’s bio on SmithLaw.com.
About the Society of American Military Engineers
The Society of American Military Engineer’s (SAME) unites more than 25,000 members, including architecture, engineering, construction, facility management and environmental entities and individuals in the public and private sectors to prepare for natural and manmade disasters, and to improve security at home and abroad. For more information on SAME, please visit www.same.org.