The fixed price with economic price adjustment (EPA) contract has a total estimated potential value of up to approximately USD285m, which includes the four-year base term with six additional option years.
What does EPA stand for?
EPA stands for Economic Price Adjustment
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 576 other meanings of EPA in our Acronym Attic
- Extensible PERL Pre-Processor
- Ubiquitin-Extension Protein 52
- East Palo Alto (California)
- Eastern Planning Area
- Eastern Psychological Association (Piscataway, NJ)
- Ecole des Pupilles de l'Air (French flight school)
- École du Patrimoine Africain (French: School of African Heritage)
- École Polytechnique d'Assurances (French: Polytechnic School of Insurance)
- Economic Partnership Agreement
- Economic Planning Agency (Japan)
- Economics and Public Affairs
- Edmonton Police Association (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Education Program Assistant
- Educational Paperback Association
- Educational Partnership Agreement
- Educational Policy and Administration (various schools)
- Educational Programs Abroad
- Effective Project Approval (Canada)
- Effective Projected Area
- Efficiency and Productivity Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
It provides in detail several fixed-price options, including but not limited to, fixed-price contracts with economic price adjustment, fixed-price incentive contracts and fixed-price contracts with prospective price redetermination.
Itasca, IL (SPM8EG-08-D-0011), are each being awarded a maximum $800 million fixed price with economic price adjustment contract for a tailored logistics support program for fire and emergency services for military installations in the capital/Great Lakes region.
TYPES OF CONTRACTS (DFARS CASE 2003-D078) Proposed change streamlines text on the use of economic price adjustment clauses; increases, from 3 to 5 years, the standard maximum ordering period under basic ordering agreements; deletes obsolete text on the use of cost-plus-fixed-fee contracts for environmental restoration; deletes unnecessary text on design stability and use of incentive provisions; and relocates to PGI, procedures for selecting contract type and for use of special economic price adjustment clauses, incentive contracts, and basic ordering agreements.