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Ratio of Major (Class I) to Minor (Class II) changes

Ratio of Major (Class I) to Minor (Class II) changes

Ratio of Major (Class I) to Minor (Class II) changes

Does anyone have a ratio of Class I to Class II changes that is reasonable for use in a proposal to the DoD?

RE: Ratio of Major (Class I) to Minor (Class II) changes

That is the issue, the customer has no goals or expectations. They simply don't like the ration we are providing which is 90% Minor and 10% Major. It is an initial production program having over 5K units delivered over three years.

RE: Ratio of Major (Class I) to Minor (Class II) changes

Sounds to me that they do have expectations, otherwise "like" is irrelevant. Is there a development phase to cover the changes? Can you sharpen your pencil and "find" mis-categorizations such that Class I are actually Class II? Is it FFP or CPFF?
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