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What is a Government Contractor?

A government contractor is a private company that produces goods or services
under contract for the government. Often the terms of the contract specify cost plus
– i.e., the contractor gets paid for its costs, plus a specified profit margin. Laws
often require governments to award contracts to the low bidder. Some communities
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Contract means any Government contract or subcontract or any federally assisted
construction contract or subcontract.
Contractor means, unless otherwise indicated elsewhere in the regulations at 29
CFR 60, a prime contractor or subcontractor.
Prime Contractor means any person holding a contract and, for the purposes of this
definition, any person who has held a contract subject to the order (11246).
What Government Contractors can do:

Subcontract means any agreement or arrangement between a contractor and any
person (in which the parties do not stand in the relationship of an employer and an
employee):
For the purchase, sale or use of personal property or nonpersonal services which
in whole or in part, is necessary to the performance of any one or more contracts.
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