The government is a large purchaser of software and contracts related to software development for government entities carry a unique set of challenges and responsibilities. The complexity increases further when these contracts involve subcontractors, who work with a prime contractor to deliver services. Subcontractors play a pivotal role in fulfilling government contracts, and their responsibilities extend beyond mere execution of tasks. They must navigate a web of legal, technical, and ethical obligations, ensuring the project’s success and compliance with all applicable laws and standards. This post will give you a high level overview of the responsibilities of a subcontractor in government software projects.
The federal government is the largest purchaser of goods and services in the United States. This includes software development services, and software solutions that can be utilized by government entities. If you’re a Software as a Service company and new to the government contracting (GovCon) space, this article will give you a high level overview.