Cost Allowability - FAR Part 31, Contract Cost Principles

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When pricing US Government contracts based on cost, a contractor must identify and segregate unallowable costs, regardless of the contract type. When billing flexibly-priced contracts, unallowable costs must be excluded from all claimed cost – both direct and indirect costs. FAR Part 31, Contract cost principles and procedures proscribe the requirements for cost allowability. In this course, you will gain an understanding of FAR Part 31 applicability, record keeping requirements, and key points associated with contract cost principles.


Course Topics Include:

  • Personnel and business contracts
  • Professional services associated with contract cost principles
  • Selling related requirements
  • Assets management

Speaker and Presenter Information

Deborah Nixon is a nationally recognized expert advising on strategic positioning and risk mitigation, she enables executives and their attorneys’ decision-making to achieve Government contracting objectives. As a consultant, executive, teacher and mentor, she has honed her skills and applied an exceptional depth and breadth of knowledge of the statutes, regulations and business practices governing organizations contracting with the Federal Government. Her experience, insight and passion have made her a sought-after speaker and advisor for those charged with navigating complex Government contracting challenges. 

Relevant Government Agencies

GSA, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government

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Wed, Jan 19, 2022, 1:00pm - 2:30pm ET


Registration:  $99.00

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