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subcontractor

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subcontractor

see CONTRACTOR.

subcontractor

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

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Seeing such a norm in the labor market since time immemorial, President Duterte finally fulfilled his election campaign promise to stop the 'end of contract' or endo by signing Executive Order 51 on May 1, which disallows labor contracting or subcontracting. Since the Chief Executive does not have the power to implement a total ban on this, he urged Congress to pass a law to prohibit labor contractualization.
He said the EO has a 'provision against illegal contracting and subcontracting,' stressing the 'workers' right to security.'
The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) welcomed the adoption of the resolution, "in particular the call on the European Commission to take urgent action at EU level, including to draft a legal instrument introducing joint and several liability to deal with the cross-border dimensions of subcontracting".
If the make or buy analysis adequately supports why a large business intends to use its own employees to perform the required work (not offer any subcontracting opportunities) and determines that only various materials or supplies comprise the "subcontracting opportunities" for this project, the small business subcontracting plan should be approved, regardless of any of the various public laws and executive orders that establish goals for small business participation.
government is unable to meet its small business prime contracting goals mandated by law, the chances of them subcontracting with small businesses voluntarily are practically slim to none."
I think there's a lot of (subcontracting) opportunity there."
The deputy for small business of the Defense Logistics Agency -- Baltimore recognized ARINC efforts in awarding 51 percent of all DoD subcontracting dollars to small businesses in 2001, up from a record 36 percent in 2000.
be followed in estimating materials and subcontracting costs for landscape projects.
The central and Tottori prefectural governments ordered 14 contractors Friday to suspend business due to their involvement in illegal subcontracting in a major part of a public works project.
Gordon, a Maine corporation authorized to do business in Massachusetts, submitted quotes to Brox for subcontracting work, and Brox responded favorably on March 4, 1985, by mailing to Gordon a subcontract and various other forms, including a subcontractor's certification that Gordon would comply with certain antidiscrimination and affirmative action requirements.
In a splintered decision, the commission rejected the recommendation and held that subcontracting is permitted without bargaining as a management prerogative essential to the public employer's ability "to `determine unilaterally the purpose of its constituent agencies ...
The CBD, which is published every business day by the Department of Commerce, lists proposed government procurements, subcontracting leads and foreign business opportunities.