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Government Contractor vs. Subcontractor: What’s The Difference?


From developing the latest cybersecurity strategies to bolster the nation’s defenses to mobilizing teams of health care providers in response to the global health emergency, the federal government works hand in hand with its prime contractors and subcontractors.


The prime government contracts and subcontractors cooperate to ensure the success of the government contract. However, to guarantee that the federal project will come to fruition, the government contractor and federal subcontractor must perform their own set of duties while working in harmony together.


Each role entails the business duties and responsibilities that require mastering specific skillsets to execute. Learn about their fundamental differences in this detailed guide to know which fits you best. Scroll through to know more.


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