(4) The term form may be used only if the contractor is required by the contractor to make a certain effort within a certain period. (4) Prior to the award of the contract or contract, appropriate State resources are available for the award and management of a contract other than a fixed price (see 7.104(e)). This includes appropriate government oversight during implementation in accordance with section 1.602-2 to provide reasonable assurance that effective methods and cost controls are applied. (i) the contract applies to the performance of research or exploration or preliminary studies and the effort required is unknown; or (b) the use of refund contracts for the purchase of commercial goods and services is prohibited (see Parts 2 and 12). (b) The Customer must insert the clause under 52.216-8, Fixed Fee, in tenders and contracts when considering a contract at a cost plus fixed price (with the exception of a construction contract). (ii) The Contract is for development and testing, and the use of a Cost Plus incentive fee contract is not feasible. Fees can only be changed if the government changes the scope of work in the contract. (5) If the contract is with a non-profit organization that is not an educational institution, a state or local government or a non-profit organization excluded in accordance with the OMB uniform guidelines in Annex VIII of 2 CFR, Part 200, the contract agent shall use clause 52.216-7 with its variant IV. (1) A contract at a fixed cost plus price may be used: if the conditions of 16.301-2 are met and e.B. – (1) Circumstances do not allow the Agency to define its requirements sufficiently to allow a fixed-price contract (see 7.105); or (a) the Government shall not pay the Contractor any royalties for the performance of this Agreement.
(2) The term form describes the scope of work in general terms and requires the contractor to devote some effort for a certain period of time. If the performance is deemed satisfactory by the Government, according to this form, the fixed fee must be paid after the expiry of the agreed period, if the contractor declares that the effort specified in the contract has been devoted to the performance of the contractual work. The extension for other periods of service is a new acquisition that involves new cost and fee agreements. (a) Description. A fixed-cost plus-price contract is a cost reimbursement contract that provides for the payment of a negotiated royalty to the contractor, which is determined at the beginning of the contract. Fixed fees do not vary based on actual cost, but may be adjusted due to changes in the work to be performed under the contract. This type of contract allows contracts to be ordered for efforts that might otherwise pose too much risk to contractors, but provides the contractor with only minimal incentive to control costs. (g) The Customer shall include the clause under 52.216-15, the pre-established indirect cost rates, in tenders and contracts where a research and development contract with an educational institution for reimbursement (see 42.705-3(b)) is taken into account and predetermined indirect cost rates are to be used. Alternate I (APRIL 1984). In a research and development contract concluded with an educational institution or non-profit organisation for which the contracting entity has determined that part of the reimbursable costs is not necessary to maintain, point (b) of the policy clause shall be deleted.
(b) After payment of 80 per cent of the total estimated costs on the list, the contract agent may withhold payment of the eligible costs until a reserve is established at the level he deems necessary to protect the interests of the Government. This reserve may not exceed one per cent of the total estimated cost specified in the schedule or $100,000, whichever is lower. (i) at least one qualified representative of the contracting entity (RDC) has been appointed prior to the award of the contract or contract in accordance with Article 1.602(2); and (b) Implementation. A cost-sharing agreement may be used if the contractor agrees to assume a portion of the costs in anticipation of significant offsetting benefits. (2) The uncertainties associated with the performance of the contract do not allow costs to be estimated with sufficient precision to use any type of fixed-price contract. a) (1) Customer shall insert clause 52.216-7, Recoverable Fees and Payment, in claims and contracts if a cost reimbursement contract or a time and material contract (other than a contract for a commercial purpose) is considered. If the contract is a time and material contract, clause 52.216-7 in conjunction with clause 52.232-7 applies, but only to the part of the contract that provides for the reimbursement of materials (as defined in clause at 52.232-7) at actual cost. In addition, clause 52.216-7 does not apply to hourly employment contracts. (2) A written acquisition plan has been approved and signed at least one level above the procuring entity; (ii) adequate monitoring of the condition during execution in order to provide reasonable assurance that effective methods and cost controls are applied. (4) If the contract is land or a local authority, the contract agent shall apply clause 52.216-7 with his deputy III. The types of reimbursement of contracts provide for the payment of reimbursable costs incurred to the extent provided for in the contract.
Such contracts shall specify an estimate of the total cost for the purposes of the commitment and the setting of a ceiling which the contractor may not exceed (except at its own risk) without the consent of the procuring entity. a) A repayment contract can only be used if the type of contract is a term used to identify differences in the structure or form of the contract, including compensation agreements and the level of risk (either for the government or for the contractor). Federal government contracts are generally divided into two main types, the fixed price and the refund. (a) the contracting authority may use reimbursement contracts only if, as required by point (e) 16.307, the following clause is inserted in invitations and contracts, where a cost reimbursement contract is envisaged which does not provide for a fee and is not a cost-sharing contract; This clause may be amended by replacing $10,000 instead of $100,000 as the maximum reserve in paragraph (b) if the contractor is a not-for-profit organization. A cost-interest incentive fee contract is a repayment contract that provides that an originally negotiated fee is then adjusted according to a formula based on the ratio of total eligible costs to total target cost. .