Managing Indirect Rates to Maximize Profitability and Optimize your Competitiveness Part 2: Budgeting and Forecasting

Event Date
February 8, 2012, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

The first webinar in this two part series looked at Calculating and Monitoring Indirect Rates. 

 

This webinar will focus on best practices in budgeting and forecasting to determine the direct costs which are a key component of determining future rates and variances. 

 

Join industry experts, Aronson and Unanet, as they discuss key issues surrounding this important topic and its impact on your business. The web seminar will examine: 

 

  • using structured project proposals to reflect real costs 
  • evaluating differences in costs from initial estimates due to changes in either direct or indirect rates 
  • monitoring contract budgets, funding and ceiling 
  • using performance in 2011 to project for 2012 

Who should attend: COOs, CFOs, Controllers, Project and Program Managers.

 

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