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Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracts

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Taught in a straight forward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracting presents a thorough discussion of these concepts in practical and actionable terms. Participants will learn not only the 'why’s' but the 'how to’s.' The course objective, simply stated, is to have participants obtain a working level understanding of what the dual techniques of Cost Analysis and Price Analysis are, when they are to be used, and how to accomplish them. This objective is achieved through a thorough review and analysis of the regulations and illustrated through a variety of real world examples, scenarios and case studies. Fee per person: $1375

Federal Publications Seminars

Provider:


Federal Publications Seminars

Topic(s):


Finance & Accounting

Who Should Attend?


All contractors; professionals with 1 or more years of experience with cost and price information; those in accounting, finance, compliance, management, contracting personnel and anyone who must have a solid knowledge of cost and price analysis


What you will learn:

Government Contracting Officers are required to “purchase supplies and services from responsible sources at fair and reasonable prices”:

The CO is given the following additional guidance:

Cost Analysis and Price Analysis – two critical and essential tools used in assessing fairness and reasonableness of proposed prices – must be understood by buyers and sellers in all government contracting situations - government contracting officers, and contractors alike,

Taught in a straight forward manner from the perspective of the Buyer, Cost and Price Analysis in Government Contracting presents a thorough discussion of these concepts in practical and actionable terms. Participants will learn not only the “why’s” but the “how to’s”. The course objective, simply stated, is to have participants obtain a working level understanding of what the dual techniques of Cost Analysis and Price Analysis are, when they are to be used, and how to accomplish them. This objective is achieved through a thorough review and analysis of the regulations and illustrated through a variety of real world examples, scenarios and case studies.


Who should attend:

This key course is essential for all contractors. It is designed for professionals with 1 or more years of experience with cost and price information. Attendees include accounting, finance, compliance, management, contracting personnel and anyone who must have a solid knowledge of cost and price analysis.


DAILY SCHEDULE

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM - La Jolla, Hilton Head and Las Vegas September Weeklong Conference Locations

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM - Orlando, FL

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM - Las Vegas Platinum Hotel

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM - All other locations


AGENDA:

NOTE: The start and end times for the La Jolla, CA is earlier. Classes begin at 8:00 AM (breakfast/registration at 7 AM) and end at 3:00 PM.

DAY 1:

1. The Regulatory Framework

2. Cost Analysis and Price Analysis

3. Certified Cost or Pricing Data

4. Adequate Price Competition

5. Data Other Than Certified Cost or Pricing Data

6. Contingencies

7. Price Analysis Techniques

8. Analytical Techniques for Cost and Price Analysis

9. Cost Estimating Methods and Requirements

10. Prime Contractor’s Requirement for Submission of Subcontractor’s Certified Cost or Pricing Data

DAY 2:

1. Cost Analysis Techniques

2. Profit

3. Cost Of Money

4. Cost Realism Analysis

5. Overview – Contract Cost Principles

6. Overview – Cost Accounting Standards

7. Defective Pricing


Sponsor Background:

Federal Publications Inc., founded in Washington, DC in 1958, is recognized as the dominant force in providing Government procurement information to contracts professionals—the leader for high quality print publications, electronic materials, and educational seminars on Government contracting subjects. Construction contracting, immigration law, personnel and employment, international law and business, and environmental law are other areas in which Federal Publications has gained a reputation for high quality products.

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