This master reference is essential if you contract with the government! Correctly pricing your goods or servicesaand making certain that those prices are in compliance with myriad federal rules and regulationsais essential to doing business with the government...and ensuring your commercial success. Cost-Based Pricing: A Guide for Government Contractors shows you how to appropriately estimate and price for government contracts and defend those estimates in a government contracting and subcontracting environment. This practical book includes coverage of all government pricing rules and regulations as well as pertinent aspects of related laws, such as the Truth in Negotiations Act. The book walks you through every step of the estimating process. From figuring direct labor costs to intra-company transfers to contract modifications, the coverage is extensive yet accessible for even those new to the process. Using Cost-Based Pricing, you will be able to: Develop more realistic estimates Enhance your support of those estimates in negotiations Avoid violations of the Truth in Negotiations Act Increase your chances of securing a fair and reasonable price Cost-Based Pricing: A Guide for Government Contractors can make the difference between your successaand profitabilityaand failure in the federal government arena. Contents Pricing Concepts ac Direct-Labor Dollars ac Direct Material and Subcontract Costs ac Indirect Costs ac Other Direct Costs ac Facilities Capital Cost of Money ac Profit or Fee ac Federal Acquisition Regulation Requirements ac Contract Modifications ac Improvement Curves ac Commercial and Market-Based Pricing ac Defense Contract Audit Agency Proposal Reviews ac The Truth-in-Negotiations Act (Public Law 87-653) About the Author Darrell J. Oyer, CPA, is president of Darrell J. Oyer Co., a consulting firm that provides services and training to government contractors and federal government employees. His wealth of experience includes developing and reviewing contractor estimating systems, cost accounting structures, and cost control systems to ensure compliance with federal procurement requirements. Previously he was a partner in the Deloitte a Touche government contracts advisory practice and worked for the Defense Contract Audit Agency and the U.S. Air Force Auditor Generalas office. He is also the author of Pricing and Cost Accounting: A Handbook for Government Contractors, Third Edition, from Management Concepts Press.Fixed NA NA $1, 185, 632 $1, 223, 572 |Prior year amount plus escalation 3.2% Labor SalariesaAccounting Fixed NA NA ... amount plus escalation E.0% Non- Labor Insurance-Auto Fixed NA NA 1, 467 1, 514 |Prior year amount plus escalationanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Do Sustainability - 2012-09-01|