Other Transaction Authority (OTA): History and Current Structure

When considering if, how, when, and where to break into the federal market, small businesses, nontraditional contractors, and even large businesses may be quick to identify OTs as a way of doing so without signing up for some of the terms, conditions, and obligations that more traditional government contracting may impose. But, as the adage goes, buyer—or, in this case, seller—beware: before jumping on the OT bandwagon, it is critical to understand the origins, scope, and structure of OTAs to properly understand the potential risks and rewards of such vehicles. Click HERE to read more.