Contracts & Other Legal Agreements
Agencies rely on the private sector for the supplies and services they need, including construction, to carry out their core missions – the very functions they were created for. Most people think the government just uses contracts to get the goods and services agencies need. However, agencies use other legal agreements too, such as:
- Cooperative agreements
- Other transaction agreements
- Cooperative research and development agreements
The guidance for use of most of these agreements is not contained in the FAR.
What are the differences between these agreements? How are they used? Sign up today to get a strong overview of what these agreements are and how agencies use them in carrying out their missions.
- Susan J. Moser, CPA, CITP, Partner | Cherry Bekaert LLP
Founder of the Firm’s Government Contractor Services Group and Managing Partner of the Firm’s Washington, D.C. practice, Susan provides a unique insight into the needs and perspective of her clients. She assists government contractor and technology clients with a wide array of accounting and consulting services, including strategic assessment plans, business process reviews, regulatory guidance, proposal pricing and cost strategies.
- John N. Ford, JD, Senior Consultant | Cherry Bekaert LLP
John has 37 years of experience in government procurement. He has extensive knowledge of the FAR and DFARS and experience in contract litigation and administration. John consults on government contracts matters, including organizational planning, FAR, CAS and compliance issues, and DCAA issues. Prior to joining Cherry Bekaert, he served as the Deputy General Counsel for the DCAA specializing in procurement regulations, audit guidance and agency policies.