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subcontractor

see CONTRACTOR.

subcontractor

see CONTRACTOR.

subcontractor

One who performs services under the supervision of a general contractor. Also called a “sub.”

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This program has resulted in reducing small business subcontracting by close to 50 percent and almost $50 billion.
There are even additional contracting and subcontracting opportunities in recent months, with ongoing efforts to rebuild Iraqi infrastructure, he said.
The official said the ministry judged that the contractors assigned the main part of the project to other construction companies and this amounted to a de facto subcontracting practice.
Rather than balance the parties' interests in subcontracting on a case-by-case basis, the commission in HARTA decided that in all cases a public employer's interest in unilaterally deciding to subcontract outweighed the collective bargaining interests of public employees.
With each successful lawsuit, the ASBL has forced the release of contracting and subcontracting reports.
Under the Freedom of Information Act, the American Small Business League (ASBL) requested the page out of GE Aviation's Small Business Subcontracting Plan that would indicate their company-wide small business subcontracting goal for fiscal year 2014.
The eSRS is a development that will substantially improve accountability, transparency and communication about small business subcontracting," said GSA Chief Acquisition Officer Emily Murphy.
The project will set up an industrial and business subcontracting online network for industry and businesses from Northern Ontario.
A construction firm owned by former Home Affairs Minister Mamoru Nishida is suspected of gaining some 380 million yen in illegal profit through subcontracting work on a tunnel construction project ordered by Ehime Prefecture, the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry said Wednesday.
President Obama has extended a 21-year-old defense program that allows large defense contractors to withhold subcontracting information from the public, media and Congress.
April 22, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pentagon is facing a new legal challenge to their refusal to release any data on the controversial Comprehensive Subcontracting Plan Test Program (CSPTP) that has survived over 25 years.