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  1. siwilliams

    Overruns CPFF

    My company has a government contract with several different CLINS mostly CPFF with an EVMS requirement. For the CPFF portion of the contract it looks like we will exceed the estimated costs for one of the CLINS and come in lower on some of the others. The overall CPFF estimate will not change. How is this handled? My assumption is that the funding for each of the CLINS should each be managed separately - must request reallocation of funds by the customer. It seems though that as long as we don't exceed the total estimate this may not be required but that doesn't seem right to me either. Any help would be appreciated.
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