Cost plus” contracts with the government frequently result in accusations of deceptive or unethical accounting

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  • Discussion Question 1: “Cost plus” contracts with the government frequently result in accusations of deceptive or unethical accounting—and sometimes in legal action. Why do you think that is?

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Cost plus entails a contract made by a client through an agreement to reimburse a
development project. The agreement terms are stated clearly in the contract manual which is
mainly expressed as percentage entailing the full contract prices (Atrill, Peter, & Eddie 28).
However, despite the strict rules and regulations governing the cost plus contract...

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