You’ve done your homework on OTAs and now you’re ready to connect the dots. But how do you choose which OTA collaboration is best for your company to join?
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The flexible contracting process under OTAs allows the government and industry to refine project ideas before beginning technical work.
Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs) offer agencies ready access to cutting edge technologies only available from companies that don’t typically work with the government.
Other Transaction Agreements improve Government/Industry Communication
Other Transaction Agreements give Government access to groundbreaking R&D in a fraction of the time it takes under the FAR.
Through OTA consortia, small businesses and academic institutions can bring innovative technologies to the DoD to advance critical defense capabilities.
The flexibility of OTAs makes it possible for the government and industry to use a single consortium management firm for all of their contracting and administrative needs—meaning government and industry can focus on building better technologies.