Federal Contractor or Subcontractor? Why This Is Important

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What is a Federal Contractor?

Individuals or employers who enter into a contract with the United States (any department or agency) to perform a specific job, supply labor and materials, or for the sale of products and services, hold government bills of lading, serves as a depository of federal funds, or is an issuing or paying agents for U.S. savings bonds and notes, enters into a direct construction contract or a federally assisted construction contract. If a contractor is providing construction services on a contract in which a federal agency is not one of the contracting parties but the source

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