Subcontracting Opportunities

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Subcontracting Opportunities

Prime contractors are required to offer subcontracts to small businesses. Learn how to access these subcontracts, compete for them, and win. Subcontracting can be an easier process than winning government subcontracts once a relationship is built with a prime contractor. Our guide will show you where the opportunities are and how to successfully access those opportunities. Entire businesses have been built on subcontracts through the government, prime contractors, universities and private corporations. Find out what business growth opportunities are available for you in subcontracting.

Get started today with the guide brought to you by NAGC Press, the publication arm of the National Association of Government Contractors.

Guide Index:
Introduction
Chapter 1: What is Subcontracting?
Chapter 2: Understanding Subcontracting Laws
Chapter 3: The Benefits of Subcontracting
Chapter 4: Defining the Market for Subcontractors
Chapter 5: Protocol and Politics
Chapter 6: The Subcontracting Agreement
Chapter 7: Reporting and Accountability
Appendix 1: Sample Subcontracting Agreement
Appendix 2: Sample Subcontracting Management Plan






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