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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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However, the certification requirement and penalties provisions do not apply to subcontracts, but only prime contracts.
Subcontracts also are subject to CAS but applicability is not automatic.
"No Delaware court appears to have construed general contracts or subcontracts which contain Article 1.1.2 of the AIA General Conditions or comparable language.
A multi-national, U.S.-based high-technology firm employed a number of procurement professionals in its subcontract management and purchasing function.
Later, in August 1998, a final, unconditional subcontract termination settlement was presented to the TCO for ratification.
Of the top 25 defense primes, only TRW, which received $1.1 billion last year to produce satellite and battlefield communication systems, exceeed the 5% goal-chalking up $27.4 million in SDB awards, or 6.6% of its subcontract total.
Small businesses received 35% of subcontract dollars in fiscal 2002, the latest available.
Galfar said, 'The value of the subcontract is US$50,618,491 subject to adjustment based on measurement and payment as per the priced bill of quantities'.
The Subcontract Agreement included a back-to-back clause, in which the Main Contractor will pay the Subcontractor's payments within (7) to (14) days from the date of receiving the equivalent payment from the Employer.
The two companies began negotiations for a subcontract, with FCi offering only a 22 percent workshare.
In addition, if FCi was awarded the contract, the teaming agreement provided a framework for the parties to negotiate a subcontract.<br />After three months of work with CGI, FCi submitted a proposal to the State Department.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 29, 2014-xG gets 2nd subcontract under multiple-award contract