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cost

1. 
a. the amount paid for a commodity by its seller
b. (as modifier): the cost price
2. Law the expenses of judicial proceedings
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Assuming average prices of $1,400 per ounce of gold and $12.00 per pound of molybdenum for the second half of 2019 and achievement of current sales volume and cost estimates, consolidated unit net cash costs (net of by-product credits) for copper mines are expected to average $1.75 per pound of copper for the year 2019, (including $1.67 per pound of copper for the second half of 2019).
The Cost Guide provides best practices for the use of agencies' acquisition personnel to ensure that a cost estimate is precise and reliable.
More importantly, this feature allows us to bin acquisition programs into groups according to similarities in the behavior of their cost estimate error.
Additional activities to mature the engineering and cost estimates have been identified and will proceed commensurately with the commercial development of the project.
Recommendation: To improve the Navy's life-cycle cost estimate for the planned homeporting of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier at Naval Station Mayport, Florida, and to incorporate to a greater extent the best practices identified by GAO for developing a high-quality cost estimate in future revisions of its Mayport nuclear carrier homeporting cost estimate as part of the annual budgetary process or in response to future congressional requests, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Secretary of the Navy to (1) include all potential recurring costs, and (2) clearly describe the ground rules and assumptions underlying the estimation of each cost element to improve the comprehensiveness of its cost estimate.
Finnish energy company Neste Oil Corporation, formerly Fortum Oil Oyj, said on Thursday (4 August) that it had updated profitability and cost estimates of the ongoing upgrade (Diesel project) of the Porvoo refinery in Finland.
"So the planning-level cost estimate can lead to unrealistic expectations." By analyzing project risks and using appropriate contingencies, the goal is to be able to create an initial estimate that will not change significantly throughout the project's life.
But few of the security professional's assignments arouse as much anxiety or are the object of as much procrastination as preparing a construction cost estimate (CCE).
The correlation between the percentage of large projects that overrun their estimates and the percentage of those for which the same systems analysts and programmers, who eventually developed the system also prepared the initial cost estimate, was negative (as expected) and statistically significant at the 0.05 level.
He describes integrated planning; product cost planning, master data, configuration, and cost estimates; cost object controlling, including planned and actual costs, period-end processing, sales order controlling, subcontracting, the material ledger, delivery costs, templates, mixed cost estimates, and cost estimate user exits; and standard system-supplied reporting.
Cost growth implies an increase in the life-cycle cost estimate, which may or may not affect the cost performance of the current contract.
This article considers just two of the many processes that are critical for program success: conducting a sound program life cycle cost estimate and establishing a program's budget.

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