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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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A list of contracts and subcontracts exempt from CAS is included in 48 CFR 9903.201-1.
ATAC argued that the GDLS/GEC & K settlement was based on STE fabrication costs not included in the subcontract price, thus barred by regulation.
Last December, 60 aerospace industry executives held a best practices forum in Washington, D.C., to discuss ways to increase subcontract awards to SDBs.
The company said that the completion period of the works of the subcontract is 23 months starting from October 7, 2018.
However, the Main Contractor rejected the request on the basis that it had not received the equivalent payment from the Employer, as per the back-to-back clause set forth in the Subcontract Agreement.
CGI appealed to the Virginia Supreme Court, but it rejected CGI's breach of contract claim, holding there was no enforceable agreement for a subcontract. Rather, the parties had expressly conditioned the formation of a subcontract on future events and good faith negotiations.
(NASDAQ: XGTI, XGTIW) said it was awarded a subcontract by CACI International Inc (NYSE: CACI) to provide communications and network services on CACI's prime contract with the US Army's Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center Space and Terrestrial Communications directorate.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 29, 2014-xG gets 2nd subcontract under multiple-award contract
Baltimore, MD, March 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The National Contract Management Association (NCMA) invited National Subject-Matter Expert and TargetGov President Gloria Larkin to speak at the Subcontract Management Training Forum taking place March 27-28 in San Diego California at the Westin San Diego.
WAI Stoller Disposal Operations has been awarded a subcontract worth up to $107 million to operate the lined landfill for low-level radioactive waste in at central Hanford nuclear waste site in Washington State.
As we grow, our main aim will always be to focus on the critical activity of the business and to subcontract the rest to local contractors," said Dr Ali.