A contract under, or subordinate to, a previous contract.
Term defined in the Model Contract as "an agreement to provide services, supplies or goods concluded between a contractor and one or more subcontractors for the specific needs of the project."(FR:Contrat de sous-traitance)
A formal arrangement by which responsibility for a sizeable portion of the scope of work is transferred from the University to a third party.
A secondary contract undertaking some or all of the obligations of a primary contract. Generally, at the University, subcontracts are formal collaborative teaching or research relationships with other organizations. See University of Washington Policies & Procedures, Purchasing Department, Procedure 8.17.
is a contract between the University of Missouri â€“ Rolla and other entity in the performance of a prime contract. UMR can either be the prime contractor or the subcontractor. These contracts can be for materials, equipment, or services.
a contract assigning to another party some obligations of a prior contract
arranged for contracted work to be done by others
a contract between a contractor (an organization or individual directly paid or funded to perform a service or deliver a product) and another organization or individual the contractor pays to provide part of the service or product in question
a contract executed between the department's performing entity and a third party in which the third party agrees to perform part of the work or services that the performing entity has agreed to perform
a contracting to other organization(s) of some scientific or programmatic aspect of the grant or contract made originally to Harvard
a contract used when an organization or individual that already has a contract to provide services or goods hires another to do some of the work under that contract
an agreement to engage a third party to perform all or part of the work or activity included in an original contract or agreement
a secondary contract to perform a portion of the scope of work of a larger prime or general contract
a written agreement between Marist College and a third party, sometimes issued under a sponsored project agreement to procure substantive programmatic effort
Any contractual agreement issued under a contract
An agreement entered into between a third party (known as a subcontractor) and a contractor who has a contract with the County (known as a prime contractor). Although the County is not a party to the subcontract, and the prime contractor is fully responsible for the subcontractor, the County may have certain control over the subcontract and subcontractor through the provisions of the prime contract. ()
A legal agreement to transfer part of a grant or contract from the awarded institution to another organization. Terms and conditions of the original contract/grant also apply to the subcontract and sub grantee. Subcontracts must be approved by Affinity Health Plan.
A formal cooperative research relationship with another organization, generally a university or non-profit research center, that is part of a sponsored agreement/proposal accepted by Spelman College and the other organization participating in the research project or provides a required service to complete the research project.
Delegating task s or sub- project s to smaller contractor s or to other organization [D01930] OTOB 271-4 contractual document which legal ly defines the effort of providing services, data, or other hardware, from one firm to another. [D01929] WST contract between the prime contractor and a seller to it. [D04246] CSM
a contract between OMNI GRAPHICS and a supplier.
Any contract entered into by a contractor to furnish supplies or services for performance of a prime contract or a subcontract. For purposes of the NISPOM, a subcontract is any contract, subcontract, purchase order, lease agreement, service agreement, request for quotation (RFQ), request for proposal (RFP), invitation for bid (IFB), or other agreement or procurement action between contractors that requires or will require access to classified information to fulfill the performance requirements of a prime contract.
A contract or contractual action entered into by a prime contractor or subcontractor for the purpose of obtaining supplies, materials, equipment, or services under a prime contract.
A contract between a prime contractor and a subcontractor to furnish supplies or services for the performance of a prime contract or subcontract.
Is a contract under which a contracted service provider for the Commonwealth contract is engaged to provide services to : another contracted service provider under the Commonwealth contract; or any agency for the purposes (whether direct or indirect) of the Commonwealth contract.
A contract issued under a prime contract, agreement, purchase order, or grant for the procurement of purchased program-related tasks. Issuance of subcontracts under federal prime award are subject to compliance with federal law and all subcontracts are subject to the terms and conditions of the prime award and the normal purchasing requirements of Berry College.
A subcontract is an agreement in which the university transfers some of funds from a grant or contract to another institution in exchange for specific services. If, for example, the University of Iowa receives a grant from the National Institutes of Health, but wants some of the research to be performed by the University of Wisconsin, the University of Iowa would negotiate a subcontract with the University of Wisconsin that specifies the research to be performed and the amount of funding that will be transferred.
Work done for the general contractor or owner by specialists in certain fields, such as plumbing, roofing, electrical, etc.