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From OMB A-87 to the Age of CostTree


The Age of CostTree

Do you remember what computers were like in 1968? Did they even have Excel back then? Imagine writing the OMB A-87 guidelines by wonder it's confusing.

It has been almost 50 years since the original OMB guidelines for cost plans were created. We are talking about way back when. When apple was only just a healthy snack, gas was only 34 cents and the average price for a house was just under $5,000. Let's just say times have changed a LOT since then and so have our costs.

Which is why in 2014, a new guideline for cost plans and indirect cost rate proposals became effective, the 2 CFR Part 200 Uniform Guidance. Talk about a name with power.

It is time to get on board and fast. Indirect costs keep getting higher and YOU need to be able to get your full reimbursement.

So let's fast forward past the time of creating cost plans by hand (eww) into the age of technology. The age of CostTree.

CostTree makes cost plans easy. We are the premiere Web-based cost allocation plan system and your one-stop cost plan shop. It's time to start your CostTree cost plan today!

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