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Labor Rate Analysis

Comparative Rate Analysis

STOS LABOR CATEGORY RATE ANALYSIS (Jul 2010)

These rates are taken from INPUT's Federal Labor Pricing Solution for dates effective 1/1/2010 - 12/31/2011 for the twenty-one (21) labor categories listed in the current program (TSSOS Opportunity 11358) RFP documents. More than 58,000 labor rates have been gathered for this analysis and organized in pivot table format for each of the labor categories. The Pivot Table format will allow users to sort by these filters as well as by vendor, education levels and geographic location. The search results are based on labor title searches so all education levels and experience levels are included with the results. Several labor categories have multiple levels (Sr. Project Coordinator, Project Coordinator), so their data is included on same sheet but can be sorted by experience level or education level by the user. An update to this analysis may be completed upon release of Draft RFP or RFP documents, expected in Q42010.

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More than 58,000 labor rates are available for review to help determine the competitive range of price reasonableness for the upcoming STOS opportunity.

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STOS LABOR CATEGORY RATE ANALYSIS

Comparative Rate Analysis

  • Pub Date: Jul 2010
  • Issued by: GovWin
  • Type: Comparative Rate Analysis
  • Author: Bruce Thayer
  • Pages: 20
  • Format: Zip
  • Cost: $495.00

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