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In this case too, there are not many details on the tariff agreement. Instead, this regulation requires the ACO to determine whether the benefits of the agreement are consistent with efforts to establish and control a FPRA, and adds that this is normally the case where the contractor has a large volume of public contract prices. It is interesting to note that the definition of “significant volume of contract prices of the state” is not defined (see the review of DFARS IGP (A) (S-75) for the definition of “significant volume of contract prices of the State”). The key here to provide this analysis to the ACO, or the cost monitor, and the listener. It will also help support the requirements of the ACO, monitor and monitor the FPRA, and put all parties on an equal footing to determine whether the FPRA is current, accurate and comprehensive. It also does not concern collective agreements, but one of the most important areas in which the DCAA has engaged in the search for a sufficient FPRP – that the proposal “must serve as the basis for assessing the adequacy of the proposed rates.” The contractor or the government may request a change to the FPRA, but this task can only be accomplished by the ACO that entered into the agreement or by the Defence Contract Management Agency (DCMA). However, if the volume increases or economic conditions change, you can always make changes that guarantee a fair price. The original FPRA serves as the basis for making the necessary changes and can improve the negotiation process with the DCMA. In addition, you should remember that if you certify that your costs or prices are current, accurate and complete (signing a truth in the trading certification), all data that supports your prices up front are included.

So even if you have a FPRA, you need to ask yourself if there is more recent support data that would impact your FPRA. As a proven method, we advise you to conduct a monthly analysis of your rates, which includes: One thing to remember is that once you submit your FPRP, you should use these prices in your individual price proposals, as this is more up-to-date cost or price data.

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