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subcontract

a subordinate contract under which the supply of materials, services, or labour is let out to someone other than a party to the main contract

subcontract

[¦səb′kän‚trakt]
(engineering)
A contract made with a third party by one who has contracted to perform work or service for whole or part performance of that work or service.

subcontract

An agreement between a prime or general contractor and a subcontractor for the execution of a portion of the contractual obligation of the prime contractor to the owner.
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Critics have also pointed out that the government's pledge was only extended to subcontracted workers in the public sector, and that for the hundreds of thousands of workers employed by subcontractors in the private sector, nothing will change regarding their employment status.
Nishida Kosan in turn allegedly subcontracted the work save the paving to Wakachiku for 1.
Unbundled, subcontracted, executable directly by the contractor even if deprived of its classification;
In response to recent industry news activity regarding the threatened release of UCSF patient files by a subcontracted offshore transcriptionist, the Company has also remained vigilant in enforcing medical industry security requirements, including those set forth by HIPAA, MTIA and other professional organizations.
For Contracts in excess of $250,000, at least 35% of the dollar volume of the contract shall be subcontracted in accordance with Section H.
Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the company's expectations include market acceptance of the "procure-and-subcontract" model for smaller, more traditional steel construction projects, the availability of sufficient capacity at subcontracted fabrication facilities, and the ability of the company to attract and retain skilled management to effect OTSM's expansion.
Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the company's expectations include market acceptance of the `procure-and subcontract' model for smaller, more traditional steel construction projects, the availability of sufficient capacity at subcontracted fabrication facilities, the ability of the company to attract and retain skilled management to effect On-Time's expansion, the impact on steel prices due to changes in government policy regarding the steel industry, such as an increase in tariffs and the possibility that other Schuff International subsidiaries will not realize increased business due to competitive conditions in the steel industry.
All of On-Time's fabrication work will be subcontracted, which we believe will make us more competitive on the many small, less-complex projects that Schuff Steel has avoided as it focused on more complex design/build work.