The bill would also direct contractors
' relations with their subcontractors, mandating that contractors
perform at least 65 percent of the work on a given contract.
The proposed rule replaces existing DD Form 1662 reporting requirements with requirements for DoD contractors
to electronically submit, to the Item Unique Identification (IUID) Registry, the IUID data applicable to the government property in the contractor
Provide the contractor
with a copy and keep several for yourself.
USAID has three categories of personnel: direct hires, USAID personal services contract (PSC) employees and USAID-financed contractors
Lavallee says previously, when large mining companies conducted their own in-house contractor
training and record keeping, there were shortcomings.
is that the person to whom you shell out a gross payment (as in, no taxes taken out) on a regular basis may not always be considered an independent contractor
in the eyes of the IRS (see sidebar).
Lower tier contractor
receives assistance in understanding insurance requirements in the proposed contract or bid specifications.
Law enforcement officers and prosecutors mistakenly may believe that when a contractor
, either licensed or not, enters a contract and, subsequently, fails to perform the requested services in a workmanship-like manner, the matter is handled civilly.
The program is provided through contractors
who are paid on the basis of successful performance.
The debate over government contractor
oversight is not new.
Therefore, by investing only in the various jaw sets, the contractor
can save money vs.
Steven Kinzler of SK Landscape Design is a licensed contractor
and CLCA member.