Cost Realism Analysis & Price Evaluation in Government Contracting

Oftentimes bidders find that their cost realism evaluation in government contracting may be flawed and they may want to file a bid protest. A common problem in the evaluation process is when the agency fails to properly evaluate whether the number of hours proposed by each contractor is realistic from a cost standpoint. If… Read more »

Cost Evaluation Methods Cost Realism Evaluation Bid Protest

Oftentimes, government contracting agencies attempt to support their cost evaluation methods and ultimate award solely on the cost submitted by the contractor. However, a flawed evaluation can become target to a bid protest at the Government Accountability Office (GAO). Cost Evaluation Methods in Cost-Reimbursement Contracts When an agency evaluates pricing… Read more »