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(b) Page 2 of Optional Form 59.

IV. HAVE YOU BEEN AWARDED ANY CONTRACTS OR SUBCONTRACTS FOR SIMILAR ITEMS WITHIN THE PAST THREE YEARS?

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cost element may be found. No standard forleat is prescribed; how.
ever, the cost or pricing data must be accurate, complete and current,
and the judgment factors used in projecting from the data to the esti.
mates must be stated in sufficient detail to enable the Contracting
Officer to evaluate the proposal. For example, provide the basis used
for pricing the bill of materials such as by vendor quotations, shop
estimates, or invoice prices; the reason for use of overhead rates which
depart significantly from experienced rates (reduced rolume, a planned
major rearrangement, ek.): or justification for an increase in labor rates
(anticipated wage and salary increases, etc.). Identify and explain any
contingencies which are included in the proposed price, such as antic.
ipated costs of rejects and defective work, anticipated costs of engineer.
ing redesign and retesting. or anticipated technical difficulties in
designing high-risk components.

NOTE 4. Provide a list of principal items within each category of material indicating known or anticipated source, quancicy, unit price, competition obtained, and basis of establishing source and reasonableness of cose.

NOTE 3. Include material for the proposed contract other than ma. terial described in the other footnotes under the cost element entitled "Direct Material."

NOTE 6. Include parts, components, assemblies, and services to be produced or performed by other than you in accordance with your designs, specifications, or directions and applicable only to the prime contract.

NOTE 1. Include raw and processed material for the proposed con. tract in a form or state which requires further processing,

See Reverse for Instructions

OPTIONAL FORM 59 (10-17)

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§ 1-16.902-OF 60 Optional Form 60, Contract Pricing Proposal (Research and

Development). (a) Page 1 of Option Form 60. CONTRACT PRICING PROPOSAL

OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

APPROVAL NO. 29. RO 184 (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)

PAGE NO.

NO. OF PAGES This form is for use when (i) submission of cost or pricing data (see FPR 1-3.807-3) is required and

(ii) substitution for the optional Form 59 is authorized by the contracting officer. NAME OF OFFEROR

SUPPLIES AND/OR SERVICES TO BE FURNISHED

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TOTAL DIRECT LABOR 4. LABOR OVERHEAD (Specify Department or Cost Center)

EST COST (S)

TOTAL LABOR OVERLEAD 5. SPECIAL TESTING (Including field work at Gorernment installations)

EST COST (S)

TOTAL SPECI11. TESTING

6. SPECIAL EQUIPMENT (If direct charge) (ltemize on Exhibit A) 7. TRAVEL (I/ direct charge) (Gore details on attached Schedule)

a. TRANSPORTATION

EST COST (5)

b. PER DIEM OR SUBSISTENCE

TOTAL TRA'EL

8. CONSULTANTS (Identify-purpose-rate)

EST COST (S)

TOTAL CONSULT.4 VTS

9. OTHER DIRECT COSTS (Itemize on Exhibit A)

10.

TOTAL DIRECT COST AND OVERHEAD % of cost element Nos.

1. GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSE (Rate

12. ROYALTIES

13.

TOTAL ESTIMATED COST

14. FEE OR PROFIT

15.

TOTAL. ESTIMATED COST AND FEE OR PROFIT

OPTIONAL FORM 60
OCTOBER 1971
GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
FPR 1.16.806
5060. 101

(b) Page 2 of Optional Form 60.

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II. WILL YOU REQUIRE THE USE OF ANY GOVERNMENT PROPERTY IN THE PERFORMANCE OF THIS PROPOSED CONTRACT?

YES NO (If yes, identify on reverse or separate page)
III. DO YOU REQUIRE GOVERNMENT CONTRACT FINANCING TO PERFORM THIS PROPOSED CONTRACT?

YES NO (If yes, identify.): ADVANCE PAYMENTS PROGRESS PAYMENTS OR GUARANTEED LOANS
IV. DO YOU NOW HOLD ANY CONTRACT (Or, do you have any indipendently financed (IR&D) projects) FOR THE SAME OR SIMILAR WORK CALLED FOR BY THIS
PROPOSED CONTRACT?

YES O NO (If yes, identify.):
V. DOES THIS COST SUMMARY CONFORM WITH THE COST PRINCIPLES SET FORTH IN AGENCY REGULATIONS?
YES NO (If no, explain on reverse or separate page)
Sec Reverse for Instructions and Footnotes

OPTIONAL FORM 60 (10-71)

(c) Page 3 of Optional Form 60.

INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS. 1. The purpose of this form is to provide a standard format by which 3. When attachment of supporting cost or pricing data to this form is the offeror submits to the Government a summary of incurred and impracticable, the data will be described (with schedules as wppropriuke). estimated costs and attached supporting information) suitable for de- and made available to the contracting officer or his representative upon tailed review and analysis. Prior to the award of a contract resulting request. from this proposal the offeror shall, under the conditions stated in FPR 1-3.807-3 be required to submit a Certificate of Current Cost or 4. The formats for the "Cost Elements" and the "Proposed Contract Pricing Data (See FPR 1-3.807-3(h) and 1-3.807-4).

Estimate" are not intended as rigid requirements. These may be pre

sented in different format with the prior approval of the Contracting 2. In addition to the specific information required by this form, the Officer if required for more effective and efficient presentation. In ali okror is expected, in good faith, to incorporate in and submit with other respects this form will be completed and submitted without this form any additional data, supporting schedules, of substantiation

change. which are reasonably required for the conduct of an appropriate re. view and analysis in the light of the specifc facts of this procurement.

5. By submission of this proposal the offeror grants to the Contracting for effective negociacions, it is essential that there be a clear under. Oficer, or his authorized representative, the righe to examine, for the standing of:

purpose of verifying the cost or pricing data submitted, those books,

records, documents and other supporting data which will permit adr: a. The existing, verifiable data.

quale nsluation of such cost or pricing data, along with the computa 6. The judgmenal factors applied in projecting from known data cions and projections used therein. This right may be exercised in conto the estimate, and

nation with any negotiations prior to contract award. c. The contingencies used by the offeror in his proposed price. la short, the oferor's extimating process itself aeeds to be disclosed.

FOOTNOTES

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1 Enter in this column sboue necessary and resonable costs wbicb in tbe
judgment of the offeror will properly be incurred in tbe efficient performance
fine contract. When any of the costs in Ibis columu bare already beer
incurred (es. On a letter contract or change order), describe ibem ante
attached supporting schedule. Identify all sales and transfers berperten bei
plants, divisions, or organizations under a common control and
duded al ber than ibe lower of cost to be original fremferry
market price.

Wben space in addition to that arailable in Exhibi muires aly lach separate pages as necessary and identify in tbildelare con ibe attacbmeni in which tbe information supporting the city was clement may be found. No standard format is prescribed; bowel ik cost or pric. ang dala must be accurate, complete and current, and the judgment factors used in projecting from the data to the estimates must be sated in sufficient detail to enable ibe Contracting ofar to eraluate the proposal. For ex ample, proride the basis used for pricing materials such as by rendor, quolutions, shop estimates, or inroice prices; the reason for use of orerbead rates wbich depart significantly from experienced raies (reduced rolume, planned major rearrangement, etc.): or justification for an increuse in labor rates (anticipated wage and salary increases, etc.). Identify and ex. plain any contingencies which are included in the proposed price, such as anticipated cons of rejects and defective work, or anticipated technical dificulties.

wia proride an appropriate explanution. Where hadi w yeach w Gorerament representatires on the use of

A for bribe the nature of the agreement. Proride the

withion and application of your crerhead expense, including bond showing trends and budgetary data as necessary to

wels for ereluation of the reasonableness of proposed rates. I The toll cost entered bere is in excess of $250. proride on a separule puke he following information on each separate item of reyalty or license fame and address of licensor; date of license agreement: potent www. ben, potent application serial numbers, or other basis or wbich ibe royalty is puiwhle: brief description, including any part or model numbers of cach control item or component on which the royalty is payable: percentage or dollar wie of royalty per unit: unit price of contract item; number of www.wed total dollar amount of royalties. In addition, if specifcall, re. yested by the contracting of cer, a copy of the current license agreement mod wewtipation of applicable claims of specific patents shall be provided.

Provide a list of principal items within cach category indicating known oriolusputed source. quantity, wnit price, competition obtained, and bursis osshlibing source and reasonableness of cost.

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CONTINUATION OF EXHIBIT A-SUPPORTING SCHEDULE AND REPLIES TO QUESTIONS HI AND V.

OPTIONAL FORM 60 (10-71)

[37 FR 612, Jan. 14, 1972)

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