Government contractors that do not obtain federal agency approval of their purchasing and subcontractor systems often are subject to a consent to subcontract requirement when they contract under certain cost-reimbursement or similar types of government contracts and then, in turn, seek to subcontract under cost-reimbursement or similar types of subcontracts. Thus, under these circumstances, contractors must obtain a contracting officer's consent before they enter into the subcontract arrangement. In this edition of The GovCon Video Blog,™ we briefly discuss four things that contractors should know about consent to subcontract requirements.
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