A practicability study on the development of a standard, stand-alone computerized contract pricing model for contract pricing and negotiations
Katz, Jonathan L.
Hart, E. Neil
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This thesis examines the practicability of developing a standard, stand-alone, computerized contract pricing model for contract pricing and negotiations. A functional description of a proposed framework for a standard, stand-alone. computerized contract pricing model is provided. The results of data collected from a survey of DLA, Navy, and Marine Corps field contracting activities are examined and the practicability of developing such a model is analyzed.
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