Then they subcontract, and that makes the process even more complicated.
Before that, in December 2011, it won a $691 million U.S. Navy subcontract for “combat and sonar systems” for submarines.
Another charge is that the subcontract made by Sanderson was filed September 18, 1878.
The subcontract was made with Sanderson, Sanderson got his own contract filed.
Of course, you want that made over again; of course, you would not make that kind of a subcontract.
How would you go to work to defraud the Government by filing a subcontract?
The difference between a contract and a subcontract is the territory of profit in which every American loves to settle.
When the subcontract was made, it was for the entire amount of the pay; not one dollar remained for the original contractor.
On the 17th day of May, I believe, 1878, the act was passed allowing the subcontractor to put his subcontract on file.
The next charge is that a subcontract was made for less than the original contract.