Centurion Research Solutions Releases Competitive Pricing Analysis & Best Practices White Paper to Help Federal Contractors Respond to Sequestration Budget Pressures

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Centurion Research Solutions shares best practices and detailed analyses to enable federal contractors to improve their probability of winning more government business

Federal Contractor Knowledge White Paper

Competitive Pricing Analysis & Best Practices White Paper

Centurion is committed to helping our almost 1000 clients respond to an increasingly lowest price technically acceptable federal contract bidding environment.
- Gary Loyd, CEO

Gary Loyd, CEO of Centurion Research Solutions, announced the release of a new Federal Contractor Knowledge white paper, "Competitive Pricing Analysis and Best Practices". This follows on the heels of a very successful competitive pricing webinar (may be viewed on Youtube).

This report focuses on the five competitive pricing analysis activities that should occur before a final government request for proposal (RFP) is released.

1. Customer's available funding for the opportunity
2. Customer's should-cost analysis for the opportunity
3. Customer's award history and tendencies
4. Contractor's estimation of the project scope and cost
5. Contractor's overall and opportunity-specific price competitiveness

The objective of these analyses is simple: to improve a federal contractor's probability of win.

About Centurion Research Solutions

Centurion Research Solutions, founded in 2003, is a business intelligence and analytics company with a simple mission: offer products and services that help federal contractors efficiently win more government business. To achieve this mission, Centurion provides online, subscription-based products, custom research and analysis, and in-depth training. Industry leaders such as Alion, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, InDyne, CACI and Raytheon rely on these products and expertise to help them identify, analyze and win more government contracts.

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