Fixed Fee definition

Fixed Fee means an agreed upon amount that is fixed at the inception of the Contract. In a cost reimbursable contract, the fixed fee includes the contractor’s direct and indirect administrative costs and profit allocable to the Contract.
Fixed Fee means any payment under this Specification for Contract Work on the basis of a specified fee rather than on Hourly Rates;
Fixed Fee means an amount specified in a SOW that is fixed and not dependent on the time spent or costs incurred by IHS in performing the Services.

Examples of Fixed Fee in a sentence

  • Cost Reimbursable Proposal/Contract: (delete this section for Fixed Fee Per Meal Proposal)1.

  • Three dependent variables are distinguished: the two main monetary provisions, and the performance indicator.The Royalty Rate is defined as the percentage of the downstream sales accruing to the franchisor.The Fixed Fee is defined as the upfront fixed amount paid by the franchisee when entering the network.As Network Performance variable, we use the market share, measured as the franchisor’s turnover divided by the sector turnover.

  • Payment of fee will be made in accordance with FAR 52.216-8, Fixed Fee.

  • In Fixed Fee Contracts: The SFA may permit a FSMC to pre-credit for donated foods.

  • In Fixed Fee Contracts: The Fixed-meal Fee contract bid Fee per meal must be calculated as if no donated USDA Foods were available.

More Definitions of Fixed Fee

Fixed Fee means the dollar amount per annum payable by the NCC to the Contractor for each Year of the Term of the Contract.
Fixed Fee this means a fixed fee in amount in the respective transaction currency as set out below: FIXED FEE IN TRANSACTION CURRENCY Australian dollars: AUD 0.30 Mexican pesos: MXN 4.00 Brazilian real: BRL 0.60 New Taiwan dollars: TWD 10.00 British pounds sterling: GBP 0.20 New Zealand dollars: NZD 0.45 Canadian dollars: CAD 0.30 Norwegian kroner: NOK 2.80 Czech koruna: CZK 10.00 Philippine pesos: PHP 15.00 Danish kroner: DKK 2.60 Polish zloty: PLN 1.35 Euros: EUR 0.35 Russian rubles: RUB 10.00 Hong Kong dollars: HKD 2.35 Swedish kronor: SEK 3.25 Hungarian forint: HUF 90.00 Swiss francs: CHF 0.55 Israeli new shekels: ILS 1.20 Singapore dollars: SGD 0.50 Japanese yen: JPY 40.00 Thai baht: THB 11.00 Malaysian ringgit: MYR 2.00 US dollars: USD 0.30
Fixed Fee has the meaning given to it in GC 13.1.
Fixed Fee means an agreed upon amount that is fixed at the inception of the Contract
Fixed Fee thereof that reads as follows: “‘Fixed Fee’ means (i) for the period beginning on the Effective Date and ending on June 30, 2015, a monthly fee of Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($700,000) and (ii) for periods from and after July 1, 2015, an amount to be determined in accordance with Section 4.1(b) and based on the parameters set forth in Schedule II.”
Fixed Fee means a definite and predetermined fee.