Events for November 16, 2017
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Summary Course participants will learn regulatory requirements and expectations related to cost and price analysis. Additionally, how and when to perform and document price analysis, how and when to perform and document cost analysis, and how and when to request performance of and incorporate results of a technical analysis. Participants will also learn how to document source selection, including justification for single/sole source acquisitions and related negotiations. This course consists of practical techniques for analyzing the reasonableness of proposed pricing and costs, and documenting the results of the analysis. This course may also be eligible for the following credits through The Public Contracting Institute: 13 CLEs, 16 CLPs Learning Objectives Identify cost and price analysis requirements and techniques for U.S. Government … Continue readingFind out more »
LEARN MORE & REGISTER Click Here to Learn About PCI's discounted OPEN PASS to Access 6 Different Webinar Series Summary Join Dixon Hughes Goodman's David Eck and Bill Walter for an interactive discussion of considerations in using cost analysis to support proposed pricing for prime and subcontracted goods and services. Among the topics to be discussed will be: Cost Analysis – When is it required? Cost or Pricing Data - How much is enough? What type of data is needed? Cost Realism – Critical in the cost reimbursement marketplace, Certification – Who should certify what? Tools available – Where can you find cost analysis resources. Documentation – How much is enough, again . . . David and Bill will answer these questions: Can a cost be realistic but unreasonable? … Continue readingFind out more »
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