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This document previously has used a simple, but typical example cost structure for a services organization. Other examples are provided below:

Two Overheads, and G&A

Labor Cost Elements:

CONUS Labor (Continental US)

OCONUS Labor (Outside Continental US)

Indirect Cost Elements:

CONUS Overhead (includes Fringe)

OCONUS Overhead (includes Fringe)

G&A

Fringe, Two Overheads, and G&A

Labor Cost Elements:

Direct Labor - Company Site, commonly called offsite

Direct Labor - Client Site, commonly called onsite

Indirect Cost Elements:

Fringe

Overhead Company Site

Overhead Client Site (recognizing that employees located at client site have lower overhead costs)

G&A

Fringe, Overhead, Subcontract/Material Handling Overhead, and G&A

For situations where contracts are material intensive:


Labor Cost Elements:

Direct Labor

Indirect Cost Elements:

Fringe

Overhead

Subcontract Material Handling Overhead

G&A

Fringe, Two Overheads, Subcontract/Material Handling Overhead, and G&A

For situations where contracts are material intensive:


Labor Cost Elements:

Direct Labor - Company Site

Direct Labor - Client Site

Indirect Cost Elements:

Fringe

Overhead Company Site

Overhead Client Site

Subcontract/Material Handling Overhead

G&A



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