Companies Participating in the Department of Defense Subcontracting Program. First Three Quarters Fiscal Year 1988
WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES (DOD) DC DIRECTORATE FOR INFORMATION OPERATIONS AND REPORTS
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This report presents a variety of subcontract data collected from Department of Defense DOD large business firms that have received at least one award in excess of 500,000 1,000,000 for construction. Public Law 95-507 requires that these contractors establish a small business and small disadvantaged business subcontracting program and report to DOD quarterly, using Standard Form 295, on subcontract awards made to these types of firms. Table II- 1 shows the dollar amounts and percent distribution of awards from DOD contractors to large, small, and small disadvantaged businesses for First Three Quarters FY 1988 and First Three Quarters FY 1987. Table II-2 summarizes DOD subcontracting program commitments, while Tables II-3 and II-4 summarize small and small disadvantaged business subcontracting goals and achievements for First Three Quarters FY 1988. Detailed information from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Defense Logistics Agency DLA is presented in Part III, Sections 1 through 4. These listings include all of the statistics submitted by each contractor and subcontractor on the Standard Form 295.
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