What Laws Impact Government Contractors?

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What Laws Impact Government Contractors?

Every industry has its specific laws and guidelines for hiring contractors. Whether a company is outsourcing work to a specific team or bringing on a single contractor, they follow a set of best practices to stay competitive in their industry. The same can be said when working with the federal government, except on a much larger scale. Along with overarching requirements, each agency has its own set of policies, and these firms can be audited at any time.