FULL COST RECOVERY Definition

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FULL COST RECOVERY is adjusting fees/prices for goods/services to where all cost of operations and maintenance are covered for supplying the given goods or services.

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BILL OF MATERIALS (BOM) is a listing of all the assemblies, sub-assemblies, parts, and raw materials that are needed to produce one unit of a finished product. Each finished product has its own bill of materials.

JOB COSTING, generally, it is the allocation of all time, material and expenses to an individual project or job; specifically, JOB COSTING is normally software based and provides for budgeting, forecasting, collecting and reporting on the expenditure and revenue associated with specific projects or jobs.

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