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Cost-Plus-Incentive-Fee Contract

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***Cost-plus-incentive-fee contract: Target Cost --$5,000,000: Target Fee --$350,000: Maximum Fee --$537,500: Minimum Fee --$162,500: Adjustment Formula --85/15: If actual allowable costs upon completion are $5,000,000, what is the amount of the contractor’s fee? ***Cost-plus-incentive-fee contract: Target Cost --$5,000,000: Target Fee --$350,000: Maximum Fee --$537,500: Minimum Fee --$162,500: Adjustment Formula --85/15: If actual allowable costs upon completion are $5,000,000, what is the amount of the total price to the Government? ***Cost-plus-incentive-fee contract: Target Cost --$5,000,000: Target Fee --$350,000: Maximum Fee --$537,500: Minimum Fee --$162,500: Adjustment Formula --85/15: If the actual allowable costs upon completion are $4,000,000, what is the amount of the contractor’s fee? ***Cost-plus-incentive-fee contract: Target Cost --$5,000,000: Target Fee --$350,000: Maximum Fee --$537,500: Minimum Fee --$162,500: Adjustment Formula --85/15: If the actual allowable costs upon completion are $4,000,000, what is the total price to the Government? ***Cost-plus-incentive-fee contract: Target Cost --$5,000,000: Target Fee --$350,000: Maximum Fee --$537,500: Minimum Fee --$162,500: Adjustment Formula --85/15: If the actual allowable costs upon completion are $6,500,000, what is the amount of the contractor’s fee? ***Cost-plus-incentive-fee contract: Target Cost --$5,000,000: Target Fee --$350,000: Maximum Fee --$537,500: Minimum Fee --$162,500: Adjustment Formula --85/15: If the actual allowable costs upon completion are $6,500,000, what is the total price to the Government?