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Collaborative contracts are a category of contracts under the Government Procurement Rules.  There are a broad range of these contracts available for public sector agencies to use.  While they are often referred to as "all of government" contracts, AoG contracts are in fact only one category of collaborative contracts currently in place which public sector entities can use.  Not all collaborative contracts operate the same way and it can be challenging to identify what is available, how they can be used and what that means for procurement processes.

In this webinar, Amy Ryburn (partner) and Damien Steel-Baker (special counsel) discussed the different types of collaborative contracts available.  This included:

  • What are the characteristics of the various types of collaborative contracts and how do they operate?
  • What is their status under the Procurement Rules?
  • How do agencies go about signing up to/using these contracts?
  • What do agencies need to consider when reviewing these contracts and what are the pitfalls to avoid?

Below is the recording of the webinar and you can download a copy of the PowerPoint presentation here

If you have any questions or feedback, or you need further guidance, please reach out to Amy or Damien.