Primary Qualifying Agent Law and Legal Definition

A primary qualifying agent refers to a person whose technical and personal qualification is determined by investigation and examination by the concerned department. S/he must possess the requisite skill, knowledge, and experience in contracting activities of the business organization with which s/ he is connected.

A primary qualifying agent has the responsibility, to supervise, direct, manage, and control the contracting activities of the business organization. The concerned department issues a certificate of competency for the contracting activities.