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subcontractor

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subcontractor

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subcontractor

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

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36, DCAA is responsible for "performing all contract audits for the Department of Defense, and providing accounting and financial advisory services regarding contracts and subcontracts to all DoD components responsible for procurement and contract administration.
obtaining the prices of materials and subcontract prices from suppliers or subcontractors.
Gordon argues that Section 19 created a condition precedent to the formation of the subcontract such that the subcontract did not come into existence until June 5, 1985, when the DPW approved Gordon as a subcontractor on the project.
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.
Next are the "Less Than One Hundred (100) Employees Certificate" and the "Less Than $1,000,000 Subcontract Certificate," each bearing a legend to the effect that any incorrect data "may result in criminal prosecution.
A further Japanese-inspired SBDC initiative designed to spur subcontracting was the founding of a special unit "to develop closer links between big and small business and to nurture new flows of subcontract work to new enterprises" (Anon, 1992, p21).
We'd been without a contract for a year, and they said if we didn't sign they'd subcontract on the spot.
Work under this subcontract will be conducted at Vought facilities in Dallas, and at ATK facilities in Clearfield, Utah; Rocket Center, W.
In December 1997, it reported to the Ehime prefectural government that it would subcontract part of the job to Tokyo-based Wakachiku Construction Co.
Both the general contract and the subcontract incorporated the American Institute of Architects' General Conditions (1976 ed.
The 1994 report indicated a decline in subcontract work for small businesses since implementation of the CSPTP.
In order to foster small business participation in subcontracting, government contractors with larger dollar value contracts are required to have subcontracting plans that establish goals for contractors to award small businesses a percentage of subcontract dollars.