Department of Defense contractors (1 - 4 of 4 items)
Pension Costs on DOD Contracts: Additional Guidance Needed to Ensure Costs Are Consistent and Reasonable
GAO-13-158: Published: Jan 22, 2013. Publicly Released: Jan 22, 2013.
Labor costs are included in the prices contractors negotiate with the Department of Defense (DOD), and include pension costs as these are a normal element of employee compensation. Contractors make two sets of calculations for their defined benefit pension plans, following two sets of standards: (1) Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), which determine how pension costs are allocated to government cont...
Retiree Health Benefits at Selected Government Contractors
GAO-03-412R: Published: Feb 27, 2003. Publicly Released: Feb 27, 2003.
Since World War II, some employers have voluntarily sponsored postretirement health plans as a benefit to their employees. According to government sources, these health plans constitute the primary source of health coverage for retirees aged 55 to 64 and supplemental coverage for nearly one third of retirees aged 65 or older with Medicare coverage. However, with costs already amounting to hundreds...
Review of Reimbursements to Contractors for Payments Into Private Pension Plans
089659: Sep 19, 1975
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Allocation of an Air Force Contractor's Pension Fund Assets May Be Inequitable
HRD-81-152: Published: Sep 23, 1981. Publicly Released: Sep 23, 1981.
The Air Force has contracted for services at the Eastern Test Range, Cape Canaveral, with Pan American World Airways for over 25 years. Pan American provided pension benefits for its employees through its Cooperative Retirement Income Plan and is reimbursed by the Government for contributions to the plan for employees working on the Eastern Test Range contract.During a review of contractors' compl...