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Other Transaction Agreements: An Analysis of the Oracle Decision and Its Potential Impact on the Use of OTAs

The Department of Defense (DoD), along with other federal agencies, continuously grapples with the question of how to acquire the newest, groundbreaking technology in a timely way, especially when that technology is produced by commercial companies that do not routinely contract with federal agencies.1 Many commercial companies hesitate to work with federal agencies because they perceive government contracting as a labyrinth of regulatory requirements and rigorous compliance obligations that are too costly and time-consuming to meet.2

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