On-Demand Webinars
Pricing Negotiated Contracts - Cost Based
Procurement University - 2017
This session will focus on the pricing issues related to a negotiated contract. We will discuss Table 15.2, DCAA's criteria for a negotiated cost based contract, challenges in subcontract pricing and the DFARs Checklist. Earn CPE credits if you attend this webinar live.
On-Demand Webinars
Subcontract Price Analysis
This webinar will provide an overview of the hands-on strategies and techniques for conducting an effective price analysis regardless of subcontractors' proposals. The session addresses each of the FAR techniques for price analyses. We will examine the process of performing a price analysis as well as the importance of drafting a good Request for Proposal that will allow the prime contractor the opportunity to collect the details required in order to perform an effective price analysis. It will discuss the 7 price analysis techniques with FAR Part 15.404 and will explain how each can be used in a practical manner. Topics will include:  What is a Price Analysis?  Overview of the 7 Price Analysis Techniques  Supporting Documentation Requirements for Price Analyses  The Relationship Between an Effective Price Analysis and the RFP/RFQ
On-Demand Webinars
Truthful Cost or Pricing Data
2018 Procurement University Online
A negotiated contract (or procurement) allows the government to select a contractor on criteria other than solely a formal price competition. The FAR provides guidance for conducting these types of procurements. Only certain contract types can be used such as fixed price, incentive or cost-reimbursement. In this FPSOnline webinar session, learn how these types of contracts can be both a challenge and an opportunity for contractors. 90 Minutes.
On-Demand Webinars
Understanding the Truthful Cost or Pricing Data's Application to Subcontractors
The intent of our session is to discuss the actual applications of the Truthful Cost or Pricing Data requirement as it relates to suppliers and subcontractors. In doing so, we will discuss the following: When does Truthful Cost or Pricing Data apply?  What are the exceptions?  What are the responsibilities of by Government, the prime contractor, and the subcontractor as they relate to this requirement?  What are some of the pitfalls associated with the requirement?