Assume that your company is working under a fixed-price-incentive contract. It has a target cost of $100,000, a target profit of 10%, a price ceiling of $120,000, and a share formula of 80/20. Assume that your company completes all of the work but has actual costs of $110,000. What is the final value of this procurement?In this situation, there is a $10,000 overrun from the target costs. Applying the 80/20 share ratio, the sellerÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s share of the overrun is 20% of $10,000 or a minus $2,000 in earned fee. The final value of this procurement is $110,000 in costs, plus a seller fee of $10,000 less $2,000, or $8,000 for a final price of $118,000.

**Question:**

### What is the final value of this procurement?

**Options:**

$120,000

$132,000

$118,000

$110,000

### Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

**$118,000**