GAO/NSIAD-93-132R FAR Cost Principles Revisions
United States General Accounting Office Washington United States
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Prior to March 1989, the FAR cost principles did not treat severance pay for foreign nationals differently than severance pay for U.S. citizens. In general, severance pay was allowable if required by law an employer-employee agreement an established policy that was, in effect, an implied agreement by the contractor or circumstances of the specific employment. In addition, severance pay had to meet certain general allowability criteria, depending on whether the cost was normal turnover severance pay or abnormal or mass severance pay.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations