In the 1950s, he noted that cost-plus contracts
were the norm.
We will end unnecessary no-bid and cost-plus contracts
that run up a bill that is paid by the American people.
Another is the cost-plus contract
, which requires a slightly different pricing mindset than a firm-fixed-price contract.
When [Alpha] [is greater than] 1, the contract again becomes a sort of cost-plus contract
But, the actual contract costs on these fixed-price contracts ballooned by 36%, which is more than the average cost overruns on cost-plus contracts
for major weapons systems.
President Obama's first budget follows through on his campaign pledges to overhaul federal contracting, including an ongoing review of sole source and cost-plus contracts
The IRS recently issued taxpayer-favorable guidance, ruling that an accrual-method taxpayer recognizes income from the reimbursement of allowable costs under cost-plus contracts
when the amounts are billed and due, not when the taxpayer incurs the reimbursable costs.
These one-of-a-kind items are almost always cost-plus contracts
, with very little profit for the prime contractors.
The flawed assumption in the management of America's space program, according to Task Force leaders, is that centralized five and ten-year plans through cost-plus contracts
to selected contractors is the most efficient way to innovate and compete with the global space community.
Cost reimbursable contracts are a favorite target of politicians, who lament shameless cost overruns and declare that it is time to do away with cost-plus contracts
In a position paper during his campaign, President Obama also called for limits on cost-plus contracts
allow the government and contractor to share risk by giving the government the option to continue funding a weapon program above a contractor's initial estimate.