cost adjustment

cost adjustment

On a construction project, a change (for any reason) in the total contract cost which is agreed to by the owner, the architect, and the contractor.
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0 percent NaCl will be accepted, however, a cost adjustment shall be taken based upon a 95.
5 million credit would reduce bill impact to customers; annual power cost adjustment surcharge also filed
today said the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission has approved the proposed Energy Cost Adjustment rate increase.
In order to maintain a reliable product quality for its customers and the company's margins, this also makes a cost adjustment absolutely necessary for Siegwerk in Europe.
ANA should resolve to seek the following changes to Medicare: expansion of its focus on prevention, wellness, and primary care services; a leveling of payments between traditional Medicare coverage and private Medicare Advantage managed care plans; preventing the start of the comparative cost adjustment "voucher" project; altering the Part D program to allow enrollees to change plans throughout each plan year, achieve lower beneficiary cost-sharing, obtain competitive drug pricing, and provide a public plan alternative; eliminate the arbitrary 45 percent "trigger mechanism" for Medicare revenue; and ensure that the essential care provided by nurses and nurse practitioners be adequately reimbursed.
HOLDEN - Because of the rising cost of oil and natural gas, the Municipal Light Department will increase its power cost adjustment factor by 2 cents per kilowatt hour, beginning with the bill for July.
The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to reinstate an Energy Cost Adjustment Factor, which will lead to slightly higher power and water rates.
A particular bone of contention has been a scheme called the Area Cost Adjustment, which provides extra money to some councils to help them recruit staff, such as teachers.
The Association of North-East Councils spent almost seven hours with the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister debating the future of the funding formula, known as area cost adjustment, to be told concerns about data could put back any review for at least three years.
Its main aim is to highlight the loss of funding suffered by councils as a result of 'area cost adjustment.
Yet, some hospitals believe that the labor cost adjustment applied to does not reflect the average wage in their labor market area.
Federal Tax Treatment of Ontario's Super Allowance and Current Cost Adjustment

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