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Labor Rate Analysis

Comparative Rate Analysis

GSA CONNECTION II Labor Rate Analysis Update Volume II (O-Z) (Jul 2010)

This Labor Rate Analysis is an update to an analysis completed in March 2010. The update was completed following the release of the RFP on 7/2/2010, which provided labor categories and qualifications. This update includes more than 31,000 labor rates (2 volumes), based on the RFP labor categories and qualifications. Data is provided in a pivot-table format, providing flexibility for users accessing the data. All labor rates are effective in 2010 and 2011. This volume contains labor categories from Operations Systems Security Specialists to Webmasters. A summary sheet details min/avg/max rates for each category. This data can be manipulated by users for each category level (entry, mid, senior) to help determine price range and price reasonableness. Updated FPDS data for 2009 is included as well.

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More than 16,000 rates are included in this analysis to help users determine the price range and price reasonableness of labor categories listed in RFP documents.

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GSA CONNECTION II Labor Rate Analysis Update Volume II (O-Z)

Comparative Rate Analysis

  • Pub Date: Jul 2010
  • Issued by: GovWin
  • Type: Comparative Rate Analysis
  • Author: Bruce Thayer
  • Pages: 17
  • Format: Zip
  • Cost: $495.00

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