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CSOD: WC12 - The Oxymoron of the 1099 Employee - Do They Meet the 51% Subcontracting Limit - D15
by Tom Reid, CPCM, Fellow and Cathy Etheredge, CFCM, CPCM, Fellow
Author / Presenter:Tom Reid, CPCM, Fellow and Cathy Etheredge, CFCM, CPCM, Fellow
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Many companies, especially new ones, prefer to bring in labor under an independent contractor basis and there are many valid business reasons for doing so. Although they are often colloquially called "1099 employees" the fact is that those are legally mutually exclusive terms. A person is EITHER an employee or an independent contractor. Does a "1099 employee" qualify under the subcontracting restrictions in the "Limitation on Subcontracting" clause? Are there other risks a company runs when using such labor? Are there any good solutions to the problems presented? This session will explore these issues and provide guidance to contractors and contracting officers.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Tom Reid, CPCM, Fellow, Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Cathy Etheredge, CFCM, CPCM, Fellow, UXB International, Inc.

Recorded at World Congress 2012

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- 1 Printable PDF file containing the certificate of completion and copy of the PowerPoint slides

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