The Issue: Having a federal government contract or subcontract can obligate a business to comply with substantial affirmative action obligations. Knowing whether such a contract triggers these obligations is critical and allows a business to properly evaluate the contract’s true benefits and burdens. A business should not learn of these obligations for the first time in a government audit that could result in significant financial costs.
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A guide to determining covered federal government contractor status
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