Agreements with Federal Agencies | Practical Law

Agreements with Federal Agencies | Practical Law

A Practice Note discussing agreements between federal agencies and any other entity to accomplish their missions. This Note addresses two common types of agreements, memoranda of understanding (MOUs) and memoranda of agreement (MOAs), used for formalizing the exchange of information, requests for products or services, or coordinating programs to optimize benefits between organizations. It also details the process of selecting, drafting, and reviewing these agreements, as well as common terms and prohibited clauses.

Agreements with Federal Agencies

Practical Law Practice Note w-039-5273 (Approx. 8 pages)

Agreements with Federal Agencies

by Practical Law Government Practice
MaintainedUSA (National/Federal)
A Practice Note discussing agreements between federal agencies and any other entity to accomplish their missions. This Note addresses two common types of agreements, memoranda of understanding (MOUs) and memoranda of agreement (MOAs), used for formalizing the exchange of information, requests for products or services, or coordinating programs to optimize benefits between organizations. It also details the process of selecting, drafting, and reviewing these agreements, as well as common terms and prohibited clauses.