Hi All, So, I helped a small private construction company jump into the world of government contracts. I wrote a bid package, used my skillset in understanding government and also as the lowest bidder received an award for some work to be performed. My fault in this and has led me to ask for advice is that I pursued this without coming into an agreement as a fair compensation prior to proceeding. After the award, his offer to me is 30% of net profit. Estimated profit is 20-30K depending on his ability to perform. The work is relatively easy and should take approximately 5 weeks. His rationale for not providing a 50:50 split is that it is his liability that is exposed. His equipment used. Plus, he said he will not count that towards the overall expense. So this should be a fair exchange. Thoughts? Is he right? My concern: I brought him in to this opportunity. I am establishing his reputation. Am I wrong? If so what should be fair? Help!