Cost-Reimbursement Contract

Cost-Reimbursement Contract

Definition

A type of government contract under which the government reimburses the contractor for reasonable incurred costs plus additional fixed, incentive, or award fees, depending on the type of cost-reimbursement contract. A cost-reimbursement contract is an alternative to a fixed-price contract, under which the contractor’s fee is fixed at the time of contracting.

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