7 edition of Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government (GFOA Budgeting Series) found in the catalog.
June 1, 2004
by Government Finance Officers Association
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||221|
COUPON: Rent Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government 1st edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks. Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access! Activity-based costing is a more accurate method, because it assigns overhead based on the activities that drive the overhead costs. It can be concluded, then, that the cost and subsequent gross loss for each unit’s sales provide a more accurate picture than the overall cost and gross profit under the traditional method.
Every company and organization has activities that can be identified, measured and thus improved for better business performance. By using Time-driven Activity-Based Costing as a costing method, you can open up the way to variance analysis and capacity management for making activities more efficient and effective, and thus influence unit costs, cost prices and profits. Hello Select your address Best Sellers Customer Service New Releases Find a Gift Whole Foods Today's Deals Gift Cards Registry AmazonBasics Sell Coupons #FoundItOnAmazon Free Shipping Shopper Toolkit Disability Customer Support Customer Service New Releases Find a Gift Whole Foods Today's Deals Gift Cards Registry AmazonBasics Sell Coupons.
activity-based costing: Activity-based costing (ABC) is a secondary / somewhat complementary method to the two traditional costing techniques. While traditional methods classify costs into categories like direct materials, labor and other overheads, ABC considers all the costs associated with a single manufacturing task, regardless of whether. Activity-based management includes (but is not restricted to) the use of activity-based costing to manage a business. While (ABC) Activity-based costing may be able to pinpoint the cost of each activity and resources into the ultimate product, the process could be tedious, costly and subject to errors.
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I purchased this book several years ago (June ) on Amazon when I was doing Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing in government work. The book includes pages of knowledge value. In my MBA program several of the topics included in this book were covered.5/5(3).
I purchased this book several years ago (June ) on Amazon when I was doing Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing in government work. The book includes pages of knowledge value. In my MBA program several of the topics included in this book were covered.5/5.
Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Publisher: Edition: first/5. I have an earlier book written by this author entitled, "Activity-based Cost Management, Making It Work" that was written during earlier days of implementing activity-based costing.
Cokins' new book, while it addresses activity-based functionality for government, also presents some "matured" thinking and advice on ABC/M which I found to be Cited by: 5.
Start studying Cost Analysis and Activity Based Costing for Government. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Activity Dictionary: A list of particular activities that are utilized in activity-based costing (ABC) analysis.
The list consists of descriptions of a variety of activities, including a. Activity‐based costing (ABC) is at the center of the larger management perspective known as activity‐based management, or ABM. Despite its popularity in the literature, relatively little is still known about the details of ABC, especially in government circles.
This white paper was extracted from Gary Cokins’ book Activity-Based Cost Management in Government (Second Edition; Management Concepts,ISBN ).
Gary Cokins is a Principal Consultant with SAS. He is an internationally recognized expert, speaker and author in advanced cost management and performance improvement systems. In order to identify the unit costs of their activities, federal agencies are urged to consider activity-based costing (ABC) and activity-based cost management (ABC/M) as part of their GPRA performance measurement.
Several costing methodologies have been successful in the private sector and in some government entities. Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government (GFOA Budgeting Series) by R. Gregory Michel (J ) [R.
Gregory Michel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government Author: R. Gregory Michel. Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government This book shows how to use cost analysis for government decisions and analyses such as setting fees and charges, make-versus-buy decisions, changing the level of service, measuring efficiency, and life-cycle costing.
Salient Features of Activity-based Costing System; Implementation of Activity-based Costing System; Comparing ABC System with Traditional Costing System; Limitations of ABC System; Question Bank; Chapter 7.
Single Costing. Unit Costing; Features of Output Costing; Analysis of Cost; Cost Sheet; Production Account. ABC Usage In Government Agencies. A Real Life Example: Texas State Government. Conclusion / Recommendations. Appendix. References. Ã¯Â¿Â½. Executive Summary. Activity-Based Cost management is one of the most important methodologies in the managerial accounting for data analysis and decision making/5(6).
Study 84 cost analysis and activity-based costing for government flashcards from Denese W. on StudyBlue. In this book you will learn about process and activity-based costing.
Key costing concepts include: cost flows, equivalent units, cost allocation to completed units and units in process, journal entries, identifying activities, determining traceable costs and allocation rates, and assigning costs based upon predetermined overhead rates.
Since the s, activity-based costing (ABC) has enabled companies to identify the true costs of processes and products and to make sound decisions related to the profitability and expense of the.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: Part I: Fundamentals of cost analysis --Cost concepts --Cost allocation --Cost behavior --Time and cost --Part II: Using cost analysis for government decisions --Measuring and improving efficiency --Setting fees and charges --Make-versus-buy decisions --Changing the level of.
Target Costing Chapter Transfer Pricing Chapter Direct Costing Chapter Cost Object Analysis Chapter Activity-Based Costing Chapter Constraint Analysis Chapter Budgeting Chapter Capital Budgeting Analysis Chapter Cost Collection Systems Chapter Cost Variability Chapter Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis Chapter.
Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government: Michel, R. Gregory: Books - 5/5(2). Activity-based costing (ABC) is a costing method that identifies activities in an organization and assigns the cost of each activity to all products and services according to the actual consumption by each.
This model assigns more indirect costs into direct costs compared to conventional costing. CIMA, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, defines ABC as an approach to the. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Cost Analysis and Activity-Based Costing for Government by R.
Gregory Michel (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA) Benefit Cost Analysis (BCA) is a decision-making tool used to determine the feasibility of a project or investment, or the probability of its success.
BCA allows the manager to compare the ultimate cost(s) and benefit(s) of a proposed business activity or investment, prior to committing time and resources.This book is dedicated to the late Robert A.
Bonsack, a friend, a mentor, and a craftsman in the field of advanced cost management. Wiley Cost Management Series Activity Accounting: An Activity-Based Costing Approachby James A. Brimson Activity-Based Costing: Making It Work for Small and Mid-Sized Companies, Second Editionby Douglas T.