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Don't think it's really all that different. "Contractor" is the person or company that holds the actual contract to supply product or service. In DoD land, that's usually a company such as Lockheed-Martin, as opposed to a temp agency as it normally is for non-DoD, but it's not impossible for a temp agency or a single individual to be a defense contractor.
Confusion often arises because some people call themselves "contractors" when what they really are is employees of a company or agency that is a contractor
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