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Guide To Contract Pricing: Cost And Price Analysis For Contractors, Subcontractors, And Government Agencies
by:John Edward Murphy
This master reference, now in its 3rd edition, puts everything you need to know about government pricing rules and regulations in one easy-to-use volume. Guide to Contract Pricing will help you learn how the government does business and help you perform every step of the contracting process successfully. You'll... Master the steps of the sealed bid...
This master reference, now in its 3rd edition, puts everything you need to know about government pricing rules and regulations in one easy-to-use volume. Guide to Contract Pricing will help you learn how the government does business and help you perform every step of the contracting process successfully. You'll... Master the steps of the sealed bid process Improve your skills at evaluating bids, proposals, and quotations Perfect your ability to analyze direct and indirect labor costs Grasp the fine points of GSA's structured profits guidelines Discover how to determine the current cost-of-money rate ... to improve your chances for securing a fair and reasonable price...or profit! Take the worry and guesswork out of the contracting process. This practical reference offers valuable insight and specific guidelines so you'll know: How to forecast the likely price of an acquisition How to calculate semi-variable costs How to allocate direct costs When cost accounting standards do - and don't - apply How to certify cost or pricing data How to estimate labor hours based on standards What factors to consider in analyzing an engineering labor proposal How to validate unit prices When to allocate overhead cost on material rather than labor How different allocation bases affect cost The two-step method for analyzing G&A rates Principles of structured profit guidelines Allowable profit adjustments for cost-reimbursement and fixed-price contracts
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