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overhead cost

[′ō·vər‚hed ‚kȯst]
(industrial engineering)
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The City of Union City is requesting proposals for a Comprehensive Fee and Rate & an Overhead Cost Allocation Study.
The study also calculated the annual overhead cost per newly insured individual.
3) to evaluate the contractors' perceptions of the level of use of project overhead cost allocation methods by companies in South-South of Nigeria.
The aim was not only to learn about the rules and methods of overhead cost calculation but also to know whether a ten-year-period of new principles of cost calculation functioning influenced a different method of cost calculation by the contractors.
An empirical investigation of symptoms of obsolete costing systems and overhead cost structure, Managerial Auditing Journal 18(2): 81-89.
These changes made lowering of direct cost shares, material and wage costs, on the other hand they made increase of overhead cost shares (Cokins, 2001).
The Machine-dependent manufacturing overhead cost (Mach.
MDT submitted vouchers seeking reimbursement of the difference between actual incurred overhead cost and the lower overhead amounts previously reimbursed at the billing rate.
The accountant believes that overhead costs are driven by either units of output or machine hours.
The CITY is inviting qualified firms to conduct an Overhead Cost Allocation Study and Development Services Fees and Charges Study.
One of them states that an overhead cost can be defined as a cost that cannot be identified with or charged to a construction project or to a unit of construction production (Coombs, Palmer 1989).
The ABC system has five overhead cost pools (engineering, receiving, setup, packing and all other) and corresponding cost drivers (engineering change orders, receiving orders, setups, shipments and machine hours).