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Complexity of Pricing in the Commercial Marketplace
Program Code: 170076
Seminar Date: Thursday, April 11, 2013
Start Time: 12:00 PM EST
Registration fee: $189.00
Spend 90 minutes with a practicing professional—a contractor selling commercial items to the U.S. government, directly and indirectly. Learn from years of research and practice on how to navigate and negotiate commercial items and pricing. Hear the answers to the questions asked by buyers. Apply the principles and resources provided to leverage your commercial product or service.
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Participants will learn about:
- How to determine if you are selling a “commercial item;”
- How to establish the selling price;
- What is “price reasonableness” and how to support it;
- Learn about discounts and negotiated prices;
- Learn about why there is currently so much scrutiny of commercial items; and
- Find out why, if the rules are laid out in the Federal Acquisition Regulation and other regulations, so much confusion still surrounds commercial item acquisition.
This fast-paced webinar will address the above issues and more while giving you the opportunity to ask our experts for advice about your unique concerns.
Robert Jones, CFCM, CCCM
Robert Jones, Contracts Manager at Pole/Zero Corporation (A Dover Company), has over nine years of DoD contracts & accounting experience with both service and manufacturing environments, with over five years in aerospace. Robert has a BA and MS in accounting, his CFCM & CCCM through NCMA and his PHR through SHRM. He is an exports Empowered Official and responsible for all export compliance and government contract compliance, customer negotiations, and DCAA/DCMA audits. Robert serves as the Project Manager for an ERP implementation focused on FAR Part 31 cost accounting compliance, has led two other implementations, and participated in numerous process automation and workflow improvement initiatives. He is a past chapter officer, and is experienced in a variety of contract types, NDAs, cradle-to-grave contracting, proposal pricing and development, cost and price analysis, incurred cost proposals, budgets, and a broad spectrum of compliance including Sarbanes-Oxley, FCPA, exports, counterfeit parts, and conflict minerals.
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