Difficulty Level: Intermediate
The cost of the disruption caused by a change or changes to a contract may often be equal to or exceed the direct costs associated with the change or changes. Unfortunately, such costs are often overlooked or not claimed because they are hard to estimate or contractors do not know of their entitlement to them, or both. The speakers will present numerous methods for estimating and documenting disruption costs including the "Measured Mile" technique and the Line of Balances, as well as other techniques that have worked for them. They will include examples of what has worked for recovery and what has not and why.
James Vickers, CPCM, Fellow, Summit Contract Management LLC
Phil Kohn, Veritas Advisory Group
Recorded at World Congress 2012
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