Teaming Agreement (Joint Preparation of Proposals)
You can use this Teaming Agreement if you’re collaborating with a business associate on proposals that are jointly prepared and submitted. It strives to set out each party’s rights and obligations, clarifying the services that each party is required to perform.
(Joint Preparation of Proposals)
Summary This Teaming Agreement may be considered should you wish to contract with a business associate in order to collaborate on proposals that are jointly prepared and submitted. It strives to set out each party’s rights and obligations, establishing boundaries on the services that each party may be required to perform.
Why do I need a Teaming Agreement? A Teaming Agreement assists you in setting out the terms of your relationship with your business associate, including intellectual property, confidentiality, and financial arrangements. Any two persons or entities that wish to collaborate on the joint submission of proposals and/or tender responses, and/or the offering of their products on a combined basis to customers may consider using this Teaming Agreement. The Agreement also identifies who will be the main contractor and who will be the subcontractor in the event that the proposal is successful.
What does the Teaming Agreement say? The Agreement consists of: Definitions; Appointment; Project Specifications; Duration; Obligations; Remuneration; Relationship; Intellectual Property; Confidentiality; Implementation; Review; Operational Agreement; Breach; Force Majeure; Dispute Resolution; Domicilium; General
What does the Teaming Agreement look like? This template Teaming Agreement can be printed onto fourteen A4 pages.
What do you need to do to use the Teaming Agreement?
- Read the template Teaming Agreement to ensure that it suits your requirements. Make changes as required.
- Ensure that all the blanks have been filled in.
- Get both parties to sign the completed contract.
Collaboration Agreements – what other documents do I need? When you’re entering into a collaboration with a business associate it is generally recommended that you get a Confidentiality Agreement signed. (Also known as a Non-Disclosure Agreement)
Also known as: Collaboration Agreement; Collaboration Contract; Joint Proposal Submission
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