unit procurement cost

unit procurement cost

[′yü·nət prə′kyu̇r·mənt ‚kȯst]
(industrial engineering)
The net basic cost paid or estimated to be paid for a unit of a particular item including, where applicable, the cost of government-furnished property and the cost of manufacturing operations performed at government-owned facilities.
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John Cavedo, the former JLTV program manager, said the average unit procurement cost will be below the original 1399,000 acquisition report, when all the kits are included, in base year 2012 dollars.
With a targeted average unit procurement cost of $550 million, the Air Force is planning to procure 80 to 100 LRS-B aircraft.
MDA states that SM-3 Block IAs have a unit procurement cost of about $9 million to $10 million, that SM-3 Block IBs have an estimated unit procurement cost of about $12 million to $15 million, and that SM-3 Block IIAs have an estimated unit procurement cost of about $15 million.
In FY09 budget terms, F-35 A unit procurement cost (excluding development) is over $ 130 million, although the average for the US Air Force's 1763 aircraft is expected to be $ 96.