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Can adjust offerors’ prices as the result of your analysisFixed Price Incentive or other Fixed Price contract, you mayuse cost realism analysis to assess offeror responsibility andcontract performance risk.However, cannot adjust offerors’prices as the result of your analysis
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SUMMARYSome things to consider when performing cost realism:There are various sources of information at your disposal(IGE, CERs, audit reports, etc.).When necessary, obtain analysis supportfrom technical, DCAA, & DCMA.Perform cost realism IAW solicitationcontract award criteria.Realize that firms do not account foruncompensated OT in the same way.CO has the ultimate responsibility to perform cost realism andwhen not done properly may result in a protest.144
INDIVIDUAL GRADED ASSESSMENT145
CON 270 INCENTIVECONTRACTING (FPI-CPI-MULTIPLE)Lesson Overview
CON 270 INCENTIVE CONTRACTINGTLOS/ELOSTLO 1:Given an assigned incentive contract, successfully appraise the incentive provisions.ELO 1:Calculate appropriate final price determinationELO 2:Graphically summarize incentive provisionsELO 3:Detect aberrant FPIF contract geometryELO 4:Determine effectiveness of performance and technical incentive valuations and corollaryprohibitive cost incentive tradeoffs under multiple incentive contractsELO 5:Summarize acceptable contract change techniques on incentive contractsTLO 2:Given a potential incentive acquisition, formulate an effective incentive contracting strategy.ELO 1:Summarize pertinent regulatory guidelinesELO 2:Construct a target-centric incentive contract arrangement integrating pertinent profit/feepolicy and regulatory incentive guidanceELO 3:Construct a ceiling-centric incentive contract arrangement integrating pertinent profit/fee policy and regulatory incentive guidanceELO 4:Illustrate the effects of dollarizing risk for certain cost elements described in DFARS/PGI 216.403-1(3)ELO 5:Calculate the probability of contract completion within ceiling using quantitative risk analysisELO 6:Integrate reward pools with quantitative cost risk analysis to determine appropriate contracttype and share ratiosELO 7:ELO 9:Construct an effective cost limitation provision for multiple incentive CPIF contractsELO 8: Examine competing incentive contract proposals in a source selection environment147
INCENTIVE CONTRACTING INDEXINTRODUCTION/OVERVIEWPART I – THE BASICS1.Contract Types Review2.Cost Plus Incentive Fee (CPIF)3.Fixed Price Incentive Firm Target (FPIF)4.Graphically Analyzing another FPIF – Can this be right?5.Contract ModificationsPART II – POLICY AND DEEPER EXPLORATION6.Policy Directives7.Incentive Share Line Concepts148
INCENTIVE CONTRACTING INDEX CONT.PART III – COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS8.FPIF Objective Development, Target Centric Approach -Four Part Exercise (Structuring Technique #2)9.FPIF Objective Development, Ceiling Centric Approach –(Structuring Technique #1)10.Acquisition Planning Exercise11.Multiple Incentives (Adding a Performance Incentive)12.Competitive FPIF OffersPART IV – INTEGRATING CASE13. Provided Under Separate Cover149
CON 270 INCENTIVE CONTRACTING(FPI-CPI-MULTIPLE)THE BASICS
CON 270 INCENTIVECONTRACTING (FPI-CPI-MULTIPLE)Contract Type Overview

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