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Government Contract Pricing Blog

Does Abiding Cost Accounting Standards Have to Be Difficult?

Posted Aug 10, 2020  by  Holly DeHesa

Committing to Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) compliance is a step that prepares a contractor to compete on a new level and potentially receive larger contracts. However, if the company doesn’t invest time and resources in CAS compliance, then it has little to no chance of winning those new contracts.

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Why Pricing Federal Bids with Spreadsheets is Risky Business

Posted Jan 29, 2019  by  PROPRICER

A Better Way to Price and Analyze Cost Proposals for Federal Contracts

If you’ve prepared a response to a government RFP, you are aware of the struggles that come with the process. Developing and managing cost volume proposals can be long and tedious; however it is an absolute necessity to the company’s lifeblood. Estimating and pricing teams must work together to ensure that the company wins the business, ultimately helping to stay in business.

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4 Tips to Limit Excel Errors in Your Proposal Pricing

Posted Apr 10, 2017  by  PROPRICER

If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.
- Abraham Maslow

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7 Signs Your Homegrown Pricing Tool is Holding You Back

Posted Mar 24, 2017  by  PROPRICER

Computerized spreadsheets like Microsoft Excel are great for quickly and accurately manipulating large amounts of numerical data. Embedding such spreadsheets with formulas that reflect a company's costing methodologies can allow an enterprise to rapidly generate pricing figures for the business proposals and RFP responses they need to secure new customers. However, as a business grows, such "homegrown" pricing tools often become problematic. When this happens, a new solution much be found.

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PROPRICER’s Proposal Software Makes Bidding on Government Contracts Easy and Efficient

Posted Jun 9, 2016  by  PROPRICER

It doesn't matter if you agree with it or not, the fact of the matter is governments spend a lot of money. Therefore, bidding on government contracts can be a significant part of doing business in virtually any industry. 

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Don't Know About Proposal Pricing Software? Your Business Is Missing Out

Posted Jun 9, 2016  by  PROPRICER

There are approximately 26.5 million businesses in the U.S. and the vast majority (99.7%) employ less than 500 people. Businesses respond to Request for Proposals (RFP) every day to win lucrative government contracts, but bidding on government contracts can be competitive. 

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5 Ways to Stand Out in the Bid Process

Posted Oct 5, 2015  by  PROPRICER

The bid process is designed to generate competition in the marketplace. Cost/price analysts do their best to compare apples to apples when reviewing proposal submissions, but there are a few ways you can increase your chances of standing out in the process. Here are five of the most important things you can do to stand tall against the competition:

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