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Synonyms for subcontract

a contract assigning to another party some obligations of a prior contract

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arranged for contracted work to be done by others

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work under a subcontract

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The Subcontract Management Training Forum is held on March 27-28 and features breakout sessions, networking time, and keynote speakers covering relevant subcontracting topics.
The fundamental reason for his decision was that there was no need to imply a performance term in relation to interim progress of the subcontract works if the terms of the subcontract expressly dealt with performance and default of the same.
Categories: October 29, 2010, Competition, Conflict of interests, Contract administration, Contract oversight, Contract performance, Decision making, Defense industry, Defense procurement, Department of Defense contractors, Prime contractors, Prime contracts, Prioritizing, Schedule slippages, Subcontractors, Subcontracts, Systems integration, Weapons systems
State officials are hopeful the company will provide opportunities through subcontracts for work to be done in California.
The head of an agency, acting through an authorized representative, is authorized, for the purpose of evaluating the accuracy, completeness, and currency of certified cost or pricing data required to be submitted pursuant to section 2306a of this title with respect to a contract or subcontract, to examine all records of the contractor or subcontractor related to--
It is probably best for landscape contractors to prepare forms for subcontract quotation confirmation instead of having subcontractors do so.
Gordon began its work under the subcontract on November 19, 1985.
Within the management rights provision of the predecessor contract was a clause that limited the employer's right to subcontract to only newly created positions.
Within a vertically disintegrated system, this would include the SMEs which subcontract for larger enterprises and would facilitate greater integration between organizations[12-14].
Again, there are impeccably detailed record-keeping requirements, including, most notably, "the reason for such decision" when any of the required discussions with MBEs and WBEs fails to result in a joint venture, partnership, or subcontract.
Finally, mandatory obligations could be enacted to make it obligatory for large enterprises, particularly those in the public sector, to subcontract part of their work out to small industrial enterprises.
The district shall not contract or subcontract bargaining unit work out of the school district if subcontracting or contracting work out would result in layoffs or reduction of hours of bargaining unit employees.
of New York, New York, was awarded a temporary protection and rough carpentry subcontract for the Courthouse by Component Assembly Systems, a subcontractor to LMB.
of Huntsville, Alabama, protests the decision of Battelle Memorial Institute (Battelle), Pacific Northwest Division, of Richland, Washington, a prime contractor with the Department of Energy (DOE), not to award it a subcontract under request for proposals (RFP) No.
Under this proposed rule, subcontract management efforts will be recorded for use in past performance evaluations during source selection.