How Many Contractors Does It Take to Run the Government?
By: John Ford , Senior Consultant, Government Contractor Services Group For many years, there has been a debate as to how many contractors are performing work for the government. This issue has two components: (1) the number of entities holding contracts; and (2) the number of individuals who are actually performing those contracts. While the former is fairly easy to determine, the latter is more problematic. This article will discuss two of the tools available to the government to make this determination. These tools also help the government to know how much these employees are costing the government. The first tool, required. Read More.
Topics: Contractor Manpower Reporting Application "eCMRA", Contractor Performance Assessment Reports System “CPARS”, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement "DFARS", Department of Defense "DoD", Federal Acquisition Regulation "FAR", Government Contractors, Service Contract Act "SCA", System for Award Management "SAM"