FAQs

How do I find teaming partners?

You can easily find teaming partners on NSTXL Community. On NSTXL Community, you can search and filter through the membership database to identify potential teaming partners that can meet your project needs (i.e. based on technology area, compliance status, and more). Once you find someone that is a good ►

How do I find teaming partners?2021-09-20T15:02:09-07:00

What is NSTXL Community?

NSTXL Community is a members-only teaming platform giving you insider access to hundreds of like-minded innovators. You can join groups based on opportunities, ask questions, vet skills, curate connections, and find new partners all from your computer or smartphone. You can download the app on Google Play or ►

What is NSTXL Community?2021-09-20T15:01:17-07:00

Do I have to be a member to view prototype solicitations?

No. All prototype project requests will be publicly posted on the NSTXL and specific consortium websites. Non-members will be able to download and review the full request and requirement. However, membership in NSTXL is required to submit a response to any request. For information on NSTXL membership, click here:

Do I have to be a member to view prototype solicitations?2022-09-23T13:02:53-07:00

How can I track by my technology area contract opportunities?

Contract announcements and “Coming Soon” opportunities include technology areas that are defined and described by government clients and in alignment with technology areas listed above and on the NSTXL website. NSTXL will help to clarify matches with your technology capabilities when needed.

How can I track by my technology area contract opportunities?2021-09-20T14:59:56-07:00

What is cost sharing?

Cost sharing is a statutory requirement for an Other Transaction when a non-traditional contractor is not participating to a significant extent. Cost Sharing is when one-third of the total cost of the prototype project is to be provided by sources other than the Federal Government. Cost sharing can be represented ►

What is cost sharing?2021-09-20T14:59:05-07:00

Doing business with the Government is new to our company. What information should we include in our proposal?

Each Request for Solutions, or RFS, is deliberately tailored for each project and all instructions regarding your proposal’s content and format are contained within that document. Remember, there is a reason for each directive or request within the RFS. Ensure you take time to review and understand all RFS instructions ►

Doing business with the Government is new to our company. What information should we include in our proposal?2021-09-20T14:58:30-07:00

How do I know if I am a nontraditional defense contractor?

According to statute, a nontraditional defense contractor is defined as an entity that is not currently performing and has not performed, for at least the one-year period preceding the solicitation of sources by the Department of Defense for the procurement or transaction, any contract or subcontract for the Department of ►

How do I know if I am a nontraditional defense contractor?2021-09-20T14:57:46-07:00

How are IP and data rights handled under the OTA?

Under an OTA, IP and Data Rights are negotiated on a project-by-project basis prior to final agreement. Consideration is given to existing IP and data. Commercial and proprietary IP and data developed prior to engagement on specific prototype efforts remain the sole property of the vendor.

How are IP and data rights handled under the OTA?2021-09-20T14:57:19-07:00
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